Universities and research institutions use X-ray to conduct clinical research and validation. X-ray produces high quality images of soft low-density material like tissue.
Combining X-ray systems with computed digital radiography creates a smart workflow in a laboratory setting, resulting in an agile system producing high quality images directly transferred to a lab computer for analysis.
In cancer research X-ray is use to irradiate tissue for the purpose of study the positive impact of the irradiation on the cancer cells.
- Irradiation of biological items for cancer research
- Blood irradiation
- Verification of prototypes
- Identification of flaws in welds
- Real-time evaluation of material flow in castings
SYSTEMS SUITED FOR IRRADIATION APPLICATIONS
COMET X-ray inserts and tubes are well-suited for irradiation applications - either as a part of the iXRS 160 - 225 kV modules or as systems, like the PXS EVO - the key is the right combination and configuration.
The PXS EVO 160D with a 1.0 mm focal spot and 20 - 160 kV range meets the requirements of any lab set-up. The option to combine the EVO 160D with computed digital radiography in a cabinet eliminates the need for a large bunker solution or radiation room.
CUSTOMIZED SOLUTIONS FOR SYSTEM INTEGRATION
COMET’s manufacturing structure means that we have a unique ability to create customized products. Whether we need to customize existing modules or create a new solution, we will ensure that you get the ideal solution for your application. You can read more about our customized solutions here.