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NDT Digital Radiography Calibration Devices

NDT Digital Radiography Inspection Technologies  >  NDT Digital Radiography Calibration Devices
CR Test Phantom

CR Test Phantom


According to the EN-14784 standard, CR phantom is defined as - "a device containing an arrangement of test targets to evaluate the quality of a CR system as well as monitoring the quality of the chosen system". As it is a combination of all commonly used quality indicators in a single instrument, it enables satisfactory and repeatable results to be obtained economically.
The CR Phantom provides measuring of shading, central beam alignment, contrast sensitivity, radiograph setup unsharpness, linearity, converging line, MTF and jitter
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Radiograph Film Digitisation Reference Film

Radiograph Film Digitisation Reference Film


The reference film provides a set of targets suitable for evaluating and quantifying the performance characteristics of a radiographic digitising system. The reference film is suitable for evaluating both processes namely - radiographic film digitisation and electronic image reconstruction. It is to be used prior to conducting digitisation process to assess performance characteristics of the digitising system. It will evaluate the system for spatial resolution, contrast senstivity, dynamic range, and spatial linearity.

The reference film complies with the ASME V Article 2 as well as ASTM E1936 - 03(2007) standards.
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EN 462-5 ASTM 2002-98 Industrial Radiography Duplex IQI

EN 462-5 ASTM 2002-98 Industrial Radiography Duplex IQI


For measuring image unsharpness, it is a particular useful tool for establishing and monitoring the performance of radioscopic (real time) systems, computed radiography and digital radiography system. The CEN standard, prEN 13068 makes its use mandatory in certain case.
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BAM Snail Tapes

BAM Snail Tapes


In Industrial Radiography, the angular alignment of the radiation source is critical. Many defects, such as cracks and root pass flaws in pipe welds, are made easier to detect when the radiation is as closely aligned as possible to perpendicular. One of the major tools for ensuring this alignment is the BAM ‘Snail’, which uses the principles of a Soller Diaphragm to show deviations from perfect alignment.

A further development of the BAM Snail uses multiple devices at fixed intervals along a flexible tape. As the position of the snail deviates further from the beam centre, a visible pattern is produced on the radiograph. Comparison of this pattern with reference templates allows diagnostic measurement of the beam angle and thus either definition of measurement limits, or rejection of the image if the deviation is too high.

Different BAM Snails Tapes Available:
  • CIT/BAM7/5deg
  • CIT/BAM5/2deg
  • CIT/BAM3/2deg
  • CIT/BAM7/2deg
  • CIT/BAM1/2deg




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