Security x-ray

Security x-ray imaging is based on an x-ray’s ability to pass through materials. This varies with different the material.  Wood and plastic are easy to penetrate with x-rays.  Metals are more dense and thus harder.  An x-ray’s penetrating power also depends on its energy. Hard x-rays are more energetic and penetrate further.  Lower energy “soft” […]

Thames Valley Police Employ the Latest X-Ray Technology to Keep the Public Safe

3DX-Ray Ltd are pleased to announce the sale of a ThreatScan®-LSC system to the UK’s Thames Valley Police. The ThreatScan®-LSC system has been purchased to support the Thames Valley Police Specialist Search Unit, for operations at public events. This system provides the unit with the capability of identifying the contents of suspect bags and packages […]

X-ray scans FAQ

This article covers x-ray scans FAQ (s).  It includes mail, baggage or industrial scanners. Q: Will using an x-ray scanner leave residual radiation?A: No. I it will not leave any trace or residue of radiation. Q:  Should workers wear a “radiation badge”?A: For people using our x-ray inspection equipment this is not normally required.  The […]