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The History of X-ray

In today’s world, manufacturers order X-rays to detect the defects such as cracks, porosity, slag inclusion, incomplete fusion/penetration, mismatch, and much, much more. Digital radiography, the standard inspection method for flaw detection, uses X-rays. So, are you planning to use an X-ray to inspect your products before manufacturing? Smart choice!

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What is Computed Radiography?

Digitization enters every sector. We find uninterrupted advancements in technology to improve the quality of manufactured products. Have you ever wondered why computed radiography is highly recommended nowadays? This article will highlight the importance of computed radiography in the inspection of manufactured products.

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CCD vs CMOS – Which is Better?

Lot many articles have been penned about the importance of CMOS (complementary metal oxide semiconductor) and CCD (charge coupled device) imagers. Even a debate is going on regarding the topic of which one is better. However, there is no definitive conclusion to date as the subject is quite complicated.

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How To Use The X-ray To Inspect Pcb?

When it comes to electronics, these days most people lean towards gadgets whose function is easily understandable: a washing machine or an electric chainsaw, to give two random examples. But how do you explain to someone everything that is needed to make their equipment work?

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Application of X-ray Machine in Food Inspection

Usually, the food industries rely on X-ray technology to inspect harmful things like metal or glass. But can X-ray technology inspect more? Moreover, few manufacturers have issues with implementing X-ray technology to inspect food products. Either their staff may object to using X-rays in the working place.

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The Importance of X-rays in Industry

This industrial X-ray machine can precisely determine the internal defects such as cracks, porosity, misalignments, missing components, etc. in a test object. At the same time, this X-ray test does not modify the properties of the test object while taking the radiological image.

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Radiation Protection In X-ray Inspection

The right radiation dose plays a vital role, which is commonly expressed in millisieverts. The Environmental Protection Agency sets appropriate regulatory limits and strictly recommends the quantity well below 100 millisieverts (10 rem) to protect the people from overall radiation dose over the lifetime followed by the rising risk of cancer.

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What is Industrial Radiography?

Industrial radiography is a type of non-destructive testing that utilizes ionizing electromagnetic radiation to inspect the test components or materials. With the help of industrial radiography, the inspectors can figure out and enumerate internal and external defects and degradation in the sample material that may cause the failure of engineering structures.

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How to Calculate the File Size for a Digital Image?

You should consider and calculate these parameters carefully when choosing industrial x-ray equipment for adequate image handling. Improved image quality often ends up with two divides. On one side is the improved bit depth of the digital detector and on the other side is the increased file size.

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