This industry is projected to be at $11.7 billion by 2025

Non-destructive testing (NDT) instruments are used to scan, inspect, and quantify flaws, corrosions, and other material conditions without permanently damaging or altering the examined product. Non-destructive testing equipment encompasses a broad set of equipment, such as flaw detectors, thickness gages, material condition testers, visual inspection devices, acoustic emission testers, and eddy current instruments, along with devices that measure resistivity, conductivity, and corrosion.

The NDT industry is expected to grow simply by virtue of the number of industries requiring this testing equipment including:

nondestructive ultrasonic testing
Oil & gas
Aerospace & defense
nondestructive testing power generation
Power generation
Non-Destructive Testing Equipment Manufacturing
Security applications


The global non-destructive testing equipment market was valued at USD 8.4 billion in 2020, and it is projected to be worth USD 11.7 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 7.0% from 2020 to 2025.


About registered buyers

Registered buyers include:

  • Large strategic companies seeking to grow through acquisition
  • Equipment manufactures not currently in this space
  • Family offices
  • Private equities
  • Individuals in the industry seeking to acquire their way into entrepreneurship

These buyers have gone through our rigorous vetting process:

  • Financial statements provided showing adequate funds for purchase
  • Professional qualifications and/or experience owning similar businesses
  • Geographic regions identified for purchase
  • Plans for business growth, opportunities for employees, operations and sales and marketing skills explained

Revenue range

Buyer acquisition target criteria range is companies with $5MM-$30MM in revenue.

The minimum EBITDA requirement is $750K.

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Why choose us?

  • You never pay money upfront
  • We sell over 98% of businesses we list
  • We’ve got a 25-year track record selling in the manufacturing sectors
  • Consultations are always non-pressure, complimentary, and confidential

Are you thinking about selling?

Whether you’re ready to step down now or planning for future retirement, our team knows how to get you started.

How do I get started?

Follow these steps

  1. Fill in the form to schedule a call

  2. Introductory call

    The sensitive information you provide in the form is securely transmitted to our valuation team who will then contact you to set up an introductory phone call. At Accelerated, we practice what we call “No pressure – No obligation” conversations.

  3. Determine if we’re right for you

    We know that every manufacturing company has a unique story and value proposition that extends far beyond an EBITDA multiple. Our goal is to better understand your manufacturing business and determine if your company is a good fit for our program.

  4. Protect your confidentiality

    Your staff may not know that you’re considering selling. Don’t worry; we’ll never call your office without your permission. We understand your confidentiality concerns. We’ll only use your preferred method of contact.

  5. Valuation & price

    If after speaking with us you would like to proceed, we will perform a detailed business valuation and provide you with a probable sale range and a recommended list price. This is done for you at no cost as described in more detail in our “Manufacturing Business Owner’s Bill of Rights.”

Even if you’re not ready to exit, but need to partner with someone to facilitate growth, we can help.

Consultations are always confidential, complimentary, and with no pressure.

If you have questions before filling out this form or would like us to sign an NDA, send us an email at or call us at 908-387-1000. We review every seller form submission.

We keep all information strictly confidential.

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