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Radiographic Film Digitisation Technology

Radiographic Film Digitization Technology

The Introduction Of Radiograph Film Digitization Into The Major Utilities Such As Construction, Industrial Projects Enables The Owners Of The Process/Plant/Products To Have Electronic Records In Permanent Archives.

Key Benefits:

1. Eliminates Ageing Of Films, Retaining Image Quality

2. Physical Archive Storage To Computer Data Cabinets

3. Deliverables Are Electronic Data Media With 25-50 Years Of Data Life

4. Full Traceability Is Integral To The System, With Tamper-Proof Designing At Each Stage

5. Radiographs Can Be Electronically Reported And Archived

6. Online Information At Different Pcs In Different Parts Of World

7. Low Cost Of Ownership

The Longevity Of The NDE Data Life Ensures That All The Information Becomes A Part Of The Product Life Cycle Of That Entity. With Radiograph Film Digitization Solutions, The Owners Can Receive Their Hardcopy Radiographs (X-Rays, Gamma Rays, Neutron Radiography) And Reports As Electronic Records.

1. Computed Radiography (CR)

Computed Radiography (CR) Provides The Digital Equivalent Of The Conventional X-Ray Film While Simultaneously Providing The Enormous Advantages That Consumables Are Virtually Eliminated And The Time To Image Is Reduced Considerably. In Addition, The Digital Images Can Easily Be Archived And Shared Freely With Other Users. It Emphasizes The Easy Work-Flow And The Ability To Optimize The Images By Means Of Image Software, Thereby Assuring Improved Analysis. Basically, The CR Technology Is Understood To Be The Digital Replacement For Film. In Conventional X-Ray Different Resolutions Are Due To The Film Type. In CR The Design Of Imaging Plate, The Resolution Of The Scanner And The High-Quality Software Are Combined To Achieve Incredible Performance. It Is The Careful Combination Of All Three Components That Makes A State-Of-The-Art System.

2. Profile Radiography

Profile Radiography Is A Powerful, Effective And Simple Technique For Inspection Of Piping Susceptible To Internal And External Corrosion. During Inspection There Are Situations Where It Is Not Possible To Cut Open The Piping Or Remove The External Insulation Of The Piping For Inspection. In Such Circumstances This Technique Comes Handy. This Technique Was Used To Inspect Hydrogen Reformer Outlet Pigtail /Weldolet For Determination Of Remaining Pipe Wall Thickness, As Conventional UT Thickness Measurement Was Not Possible (Due To Geometry Of The Weldolet). This Technique Was Also Employed For CUI (Corrosion Under Insulation) Study Of Insulated Piping To Detect Any Deterioration By External Corrosion. In Both The Cases, This Technique Gave Excellent Results, Which Were Crosschecked With Visual Findings.