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Industrial X-Ray Film

INDUSTRIAL X-RAY FILM

Fujifilm industrial x-ray film feature revolutionary new film technolgy. The combination of the latest in emulsion making science and computerized manufacturing processes assure consistent batch to batch performance, optimum image quality and compatibility with all NDT chemistries and current brand tank /automatic processing conditions.

The Fujifilm family of films incorporate unique speed, and grain technologies thus permitting their use over a wide range of applications with consistent high quality regardless of the material examined and the source of radiation employed.

 

IX20

Applications - Micro-electronic parts Neutron radiography Critical investment castings Ultra-fine ceramic parts Graphite composite parts

Features - A single emulsion, ultra-fine grain, medium high contrast film suitable for critical imaging quality applications. Its single emulsion feature minimizes parallax and permits extremely sharp magnified viewing. IX20 is generally used in direct exposure techniques or with lead screens.

 

IX25

Applications - Micro-electronic parts Fine ceramic parts Castings: low to medium atomic number metals Applications requiring the highest of contrast High-output supervoltage X-ray exposure

Features - Fujifilm`s finest grain, high contrast ASTM special film having maximum sharpness and discrimination characteristics. It is suitable for new materials, such as carbon fiber reinforced plastics, ceramic products, and micro electronic parts. IX25 is generally used in direct exposure techniques or with lead screens. IX25 is recommended for automated processing only.

 

IX50

Applications - Electronic parts Graphite epoxy composites High curie isotope exposures Castings: low to medium atomic number metals

Features - An ultra-fine grain, high contrast ASTM Class Ι film having excellent sharpness and high discrimination characteristics. It is suitable for use with any low atomic number material where fine image detail is imperative. Its ultra-fine grain makes it useful in high energy, low subject contrast applications where high curie isotopes or high output X-ray machines permit its use. Wide exposure latitude has been demonstrated in high subject contrast applications. IX50 is generally used in direct exposure techniques or with lead screens.

 

IX80

Applications - Welds: low to medium atomic number metals Castings: low to medium atomic number metals Aircraft construction and maintenance Graphite epoxy composites

Features - An extremely fine grain, high contrast ASTM Class Ι film suitable for detection of minute defects. It is applicable to the inspection of low atomic number materials with low kilovoltage X-ray sources as well as inspection of higher atomic number materials with high kilovoltage X-ray or gamma ray sources. Wide exposure latitude has been demonstrated in high subject contrast applications. IX80 is generally used in direct exposure techniques or with lead screens.

 

IX100

Applications - Welds: medium to higher atomic number metals Castings: medium to higher atomic number metals Aircraft construction and maintenance Ordnance inspection

Features - A very fine grain, high contrast ASTM Class II film suitable for the inspection of light metals with low activity radiation sources and for inspection of thick, higher density specimens with high kilovoltage X-ray or gamma ray sources. Wide exposure latitude has been demonstrated in high contrast subject applications. Although IX100 is generally used in direct exposure techniques or with lead screens, it is suitable for use with fluorescent or fluorometallic screens.

 

IX150

Applications - Heavy, multi-thick steel parts Steel reinforced concrete Low curie isotope and low-output X-ray exposures

Features - A high speed, fine grain, high contrast ASTM Class III film suitable for inspection of a large variety of specimens with low-to-high kilovoltage X-ray and gamma ray sources. It is particularly useful when gamma ray sources of high activity are unavailable or when very thick specimens are to be inspected. It is also useful in X-ray diffraction work. IX150 is used in direct exposure techniques or with lead screens.

 

IX29

Applications - Castings and other multi-thickness subjects

Features - An ultra-fine grain, medium-high contrast ASTM Class W-A film suitable to inspect wide range thickness subjects such as precision cast parts with X-ray or gamma ray sources. IX29 can be used in direct exposure techniques or with lead screens.

 

IX59

Applications - Castings and other multi-thickness subjects

Features - An extremely fine grain, medium contrast ASTM Class W-B film suitable to inspect multi-thick, low-atomic number metal, and steel cast parts. IX59 can be used in direct exposure techniques or with lead screens.

 

 


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