Eddy current testing or ECT is a testing technique that has its roots in electromagnetism. Making use of non-destructive testing, it is used in non-destructive testing in a bid to characterize surface and detect sub-surface flaws in conductive materials.
The main applications of ECT include tubing inspections and surface inspection. This sensitive technique can locate tight cracks of various types of surface. Surface inspection can be done on both non-ferromagnetic and ferromagnetic materials. The application of tubing inspection, however, is confined to non-ferromagnetic materials.
The factors that are driving Eddy Current Testing Market are advancements in eddy testing technologies. The development in this technology has encouraged customers to adopt this technology. Increasing infrastructural development and safety regulations by government in emerging economies are responsible for the growth of the market.
However, since ECT is electrical in nature, it’s usage is limited to conductive material. There are also physical limits pertaining to the generation of eddy currents and depth of penetration.
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The market is segmented by technique, service, end-use and by region. By technique, the market is divided into conventional eddy current, remote field testing, alternating current field, eddy current array and others. By service, the market is segmented into inspection services, equipment rental services, calibration services, training services. The market is also segmented by end-use industry namely oil and gas, manufacturing, aerospace, automotive, power generation and others.
The global market of high voltage ECT is fragmented with many large and well-established players occupying a strong position. Also, many new players are also trying to enter the high voltage ECT market owing to the expected high growth of the market.
Some of the major players of the high voltage ECT market are Mistras Group Inc. (U.S.),Magnetic Analysis Corporation Inc. (USA) ,Ashtead Technology Ltd. (U.K.), Ether NDE Limited (U.K.), Zetec Inc. (U.S.), Olympus Corporation Fidgeon Limited (U.K.), General Electric Company (U.S.), Ibg NDT System Corporation (U.S.), Eddyfi NDT Inc. (Canada), (Japan), TUV Rheinland AG (Germany) amongst many others.