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February 10, 2016

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These articles will provide you with professional information regarding the different applications and the usage of Digital Radiography in those industries.

 

What Is Digital Radiography in security applications?

From bomb detection through Special Forces to counter surveillance and customs, the security sector is facing ever growing challenges. Throughout the years, radiography has been a common imaging method for inspecting suspicious articles and explosive devices.

Digital Radiography uses X-ray digital detectors instead of traditional film or Phosphor Plates (also known as Computed Radiography or CR). DR yields immediate and superior quality X-ray images at minimum time on target, with minimal radiation levels.

  

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Concrete Inspection with Digital Radiography

 

Many consider Radiography to be the best method for inspecting concrete. Most other inspection techniques display hard-to-interpret signals whereas Radiography displays easy-to-understand images which can be understood even by people without background in Radiography.
The old film based radiographic inspection technology enabled viewing the insides of the material without damaging or changing its qualities. However, this technology is cumbersome, requires powerful sources of radiation (Ir-192 or Co-60), film developing (use of chemicals) as well as long exposure times. This means the time since the equipment is deployed until the Image is acquired, is very long.

 

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Pipe Inspection with Digital Radiography

 

Digital Radiography or DR is an advancement of traditional Radiography. This technique utilizes DDAs (Digital Detector Arrays) instead of Film or CR (Computed Radiography) in order to create an instant Image.

 

Why do we inspect Pipes?
Pipes, whether in service, in production or during installation, have a variety of potential problems which can lead to failures. Typical inspections of pipes are performed in order to inspect the welds, measure wall thinning, Corrosion and clogging due residue build-up.

What would I gain by using Portable DR for pipe inspection?
The advantages are enormous in almost every aspect. Starting with the time needed to acquire an image, from setup until the interpretation stage, no need for returning to site for re-shoots, the added safety due to significantly lower dose and exposure time and the fact that consumables no longer take part. 
It is no longer necessary to use neither a Dark room nor Chemicals with this technology.

 

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