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Computed Tomography

Three-dimensional, non-destructive testing

For Computed Tomography (CT) the sample is x-rayed while turned by 360° in usually several hundred steps. From the images gahtered, a three-dimensional model of the sample can be reconstructed, that can be viewed slice by slice and therefore reveals – non-destructively – the complete inner structure of the sample. The electronic model can be virtually manipulated, which allows characteristics, features and defects of the structures to be displayed and evaluated without overlapping.


TEST SPECTRUM

  • Quality assessments (e. g. porosity analyses)
  • Production and First Article Inspection (FAI)
  • Process optimization
  • Comparison between simulation and CT
  • Reverse Engineering (stl file gneeration)
  • Target / actual performance comparison
  • Certified personnel according to DIN EN ISO 9712 Level 1
  • Assessment according to standard VDG P202 and BDG P203

APPLICATIONS

CT is a three-dimensional, non-destructive testing method which can be used to inspect a wide variety of materials, for example: 
Metals, polymers, ceramics, wood, construction materials, composites and compounds, rock, powder material, food

EQUIPMENT
GE/phoenix v|tome|x c
  • 240 kV Microfocus-X-Ray Tube
  • Focus 4 – 200 μm
  • Resolution > 5 μm
  • Flat panel detector with 4000 x 4000 px
GE/phoenix x|argos|compact
  • 320 kV X-Ray Tube
  • Focus 1 mm
  • Voxel size > 65 µm
  • Resolution > approx. 180 μm
  • Line detector with 5000 px

Maximum sample dimensions:
- Max. sample diameter: 380 mm
- Max. sample height: 550 mm
- Max. sample weight: 50 kg

Max. wall thickness:
- Steel: approx. 25 mm
- Aluminium: approx. 200 mm
- Polymer: approx. 300 mm



















 

 

RADIOSCOPY

Radioscopic inspection is an industry approved testing method. It can be performed perfectly on the v|tome|x c.

We offer:

  • Certified personnel according to DIN EN ISO 9712 Level 1
  • Quality assessment
  • Production and First Article Inspection (FAI)
  • Inspections according to EN 13068 and EN 12681-2
  • Analyses according to different ASTM-catalogues, such as ASTM E155 


Additional measurements and investigations are possible on request.

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