Universities and Research

Non-destructive testing is often a necessity when working with delicate materials or when engineering the world of tomorrow. Engineers in general industry and scientists conducting clinical research can validate their work using X-ray technology.

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Universities and research institutions worldwide use X-ray to radiate tissue samples for cancer research and YXLON Copenhagen portables are often integrated into the systems used in this type of research.

The general industry and universities also use X-ray to assess the quality of casting processes, helping to avoid faulty and potentially hazardous designs.

The SMART EVO 160D with 1.0 mm focal spot and 20-160 kV range, is the preferred X-ray source of leading researchers because it can produce images in soft tissue and low density material, capitalizing on the option to work with digital solutions, such as computed and digital radiography.

YXLON portable devices are well suited for small cabinet solutions. By using these it is possible to avoid costly and space-consuming bunkers or radiation rooms.