Meyer Tool, Inc. utilizes a variety of X-Ray technologies to ensure final products meet all of the customers' requirements, whether inspecting weld seams, braze joints, casting wall thickness, core shifts, etc.
The benefit to Meyer Tool, Inc. of having multiple X-Ray technology options, is the ability to match the proper technique with the right application.
Computed Radiography (CR): Filmless X-ray using a phosphorus coated panel that is converted into a digital image for review and interpretation.
Digital X-Ray (DR): Filmless X-Ray process where the penetrating radiation projects an image on a digital panel, converting the data into pixels that are viewed as a representative image of the product.
Real Time X-Ray: Filmless X-Ray process providing the inspector with a real time X-Ray image of the product as it is scanned.
Film X-Ray: Conventional X-Ray imaging process that provides the inspector with a clear image of the interior and exterior surfaces of the products.