IPs are reusable
What is Computed Radiography?
Computed Radiography (CR) is the production of a digital image by using a Phosphor Imaging Plate (IP) in place of conventional film.
No dark room or chemicals required
Exposure and process times reduced
Easy work flow and image optimisation with D-Tect software
Simple to share digital information and archive
What is important?
With film radiography the only variable is the film, with CR we have different IP's and the ability to adjust multiple scanner parameters to suit the required inspection task and optimize the image quality.
High definition Computed Radiography
DÜRR NDT is the first company worldwide that has developed a 12.5μm laser spot scanner that, with correspondingly high resolution phosphor storage imaging plates, has met all of the stringent requirements of EN 14784 and ASTM 2446. The combination of high resolution Imaging Plates and this HD-CR device achieves the unique Basic Spatial Resolution of 30μm over all system classes for the first time. (Certified by BAM)
The HD-CR device gives the user the choice to select a 20 μm scan resolution for weld inspection or 100 μm scan resolution for a CUI application where speed and a short exposure really are the prime requirements. The stepless scan resolution ensures that the correct settings can be set to suit the application and inspection needs.
Why CR-Technology from DÜRR NDT
DÜRR NDT is committed to deliver products perfectly tailored to meet the needs of the market.
Through the continuous optimisation of existing products and development of new solutions, DÜRR NDT has rapidly become one of the market leaders in non-destructive testing.