Digital Radiography (DR)

MME Group offers Digital Radiography (DR) services for a wide range of industrial applications. Traditional radiography, that uses film which is developed with chemicals still plays an important role. However, there are some advantages that make it worthwhile to consider Digital Radiography.

Savings on time and consumables

As anywhere in industry, time is money. Digital Radiography allows for a quicker and  more efficient workflow. Acquiring an image takes less time and the result is displayed on screen immediately. Furthermore, there is no extra expenditure for film and chemicals as is the case with traditional radiography.

Applications

MME Group Digital Radiography services are highly suitable for application in Civil Engineering, Construction, Aerospace, Shipbuilding, Oil & Gas, Power & Nuclear and Chemical & Process industries. Digital Radiography can be used for on-stream wall thickness measurements, inspection of corrosion under insulation (CUI), castings, welds, art objects and electronics parts.

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Advantages of Digital Radiography:

Time & Cost

  • Shorter image acquisition times
  • No need to return to office for film development
  • No expenditure for film & chemicals
  • Digital archiving & reporting possibilities

Workflow

  • Brightness, contrast and magnification adjustable during / after shooting
  • Apply image processing, measurements, calculations and annotations
  • Resolution comparable to or higher than HQ film
  • Higher dynamic range than film (easier to get good shot the first time)
  • Remotely operated with tablet

Flexibility & Safety

  • Significantly lower radiation dose and exposure times
  • Highly mobile system usable in combination with Rope Access
  • Rugged & weather proof
  • Battery operated (16 hrs / 1000 images with single charge)
  • Compact & portable

Henk Schroots

Area Sales Manager NDT & Laboratory

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