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Our mission is to become the premier provider of top quality NDT inspection, testing, and consulting services. ACNDT will seek to provide these services by providing cost effective and timely services with an ongoing comprehensive quality control program to provide 100% customer satisfaction. We will apply advanced technology, state-of-the-art equipment and knowledgeable professionals. ACNDT is committed to growth and technological advancement in a planned and controlled manner.


Our objective is to build quality, full-service Nondestructive Testing that will command the approval of the existing and planned industrial facilities of Florida, as well its neighboring states.

Industries we serve:

AviationWeldingMetal Shops
MilitaryStructural Steel WeldsNon-Metallic Production
AutomotiveElectronicsPressure Vessels
FoundriesFood ProcessingOrdnance
Chemical & PetroleumMarineSlings, Hoist, & Lifting Devices
Automobile RacingMaterial JoiningShip Yards
TransportationUtilitiesBridge Erection
Pulp & Paper MillsLaw EnforcementAttorneys
Capabilities we provide:
RadiographyLiquid PenetrantHardness Testing
UltrasoundVisual InspectionsConsulting
Eddy CurrentCoating Thickness TestingRe-Certification
Magnetic ParticleConductivity TestingTraining
Composite Bond TestingLeak TestingDelamination Testing
Magnetic Rubber InspectionsWeld Inspections

NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING is defined as: Any method of examining an object or material in a manner which will not impair its future usefulness. NDT (as it is abbreviated) provides the means to assure the detection or measurement of significant properties or performance capabilities of materials, parts, assemblies, equipment or structures without impairing their usability.


There are NDT applications at almost any stage in the production or life cycle of components.

  • To assist in product development
  • To screen or sort incoming materials
  • To monitor, improve or control manufacturing processes
  • To verify proper processing such as heat treating
  • To verify proper assembly
  • To inspect for in-service damage
  • Detect internal or external flaws,
  • Measure geometric characterstics,
  • Determine material structure or composition,
  • Measure some of the object's or material's properties

Some Uses of NDT

  • Flaw Detection and Evaluation
  • Leak Detection
  • Location Determination
  • Dimensional Measurements
  • Extent of Fire Damage
  • Estimation of Mechanical and Physical Properties
  • Stress (Strain) and Dynamic Response Measurements
  • Material Sorting and Chemical Composition Determination

Today there are many different Nondestructive Testing methods employed. The following are the most widely known and applied:

  • Radiography
  • Ultrasound
  • Eddy Current
  • Magnetic Particle
  • Liquid Penetrant
  • Visual Inspections
  • Coating Thickness Testing
  • Conductivity Testing
  • Hardness Testing
  • Leak Testing