Metallic and non-metallic materials, steel substrates, plastics, castings, joints and the examination of welded joints up to 30mm thickness. RT-1 and RT-2 material examinations.
- x-ray machine
- x-ray machine YXLON SMART300PC circular radiation, capacity 300Kv
- x-ray machine ERESCO 300 s/l line radiation capacity 300Kv
- x-ray machine MXR 300 line radiation capacity 300Kv
- x-ray machine MXR 200 line radiation capacity 200Kv
- x-ray machine MXR 150 line radiation capacity 150Kv
The industrial radiographic testing is one of the most important fields of non-destructive material examination. Joints, castings, plastic tubes, and the rough texture of concrete constructions can all be securely examined with gamma radiation. The radiograph uses ionising radiation to penetrate the material, which displays any breaks in continuity that are contained within the material. Using ionising radiation for a defectroscopic analysis is made possible by the interference between the radiation and the analysed material. One of the basic requirements for the foolproof operation of a contraption is that the contraption be free of dangerous inner material failures. It’s a known fact that there is the potential for introducing material failures in every step of the production process, and as a result of this the above mentioned basic requirement can only be fulfilled in a properly working quality-control system. Therefore, the radiographic examination is one non-destructive examination method, by way of which we can determine the exact size, shape, location, and place of any potential failures within the material without harming the material to be examined. We can perform the above mentioned examinations with different types of x-ray machines on special industry x-ray film.Our examinations are recorded on x-ray film.
Films we use:
- KODAK x-ray film
- FOMA x-ray film
- AGFA x-ray film