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MicroFocus for Sharper X Rays

MicroFocus for Sharper X Rays

Microfocus X Ray sources allow increased clarity of radiographic images. As the name indicates, small focal points minimize blurriness transferring from object to image.

Micro Focus X-Ray Tube

If an application requires recognition of very small details, the Micro Focus X-Ray Tube is a great option. It can accommodate a high-voltage power supply equipped with an appropriate cable and a silicon capsule.

The Micro Focus X-Ray Tube has a focal spot that is only 5 microns. A beryllium window affords a 60-degree field of vision.

Applications of X-Ray Fluorescence

X-ray fluorescence, or XRF, is a tool to analyze the elemental structure of a substance. When an object absorbs radiation energy and re-emits it as a form of radiation with lower energy, it is said to be fluorescing. Materials can be assessed or appraised by measuring fluorescence once the process has been initiated by the primary X-ray source.

Micro XRF allows both two- and three-dimensional images. This flexibility of imaging provides a wealth of information useful for chemical analysis.

Forced air cooled modules

These modules shield the Micro X-Ray tube from extremes in environmental temperatures. Specifically, an internal sensor is designed to keep temperatures from rising too high. The unit allows air to circulate through the oil and can handle up to 150 watts of power.

Silicon Encapsulated X-Ray Tube

A silicon housing for the X-ray tube isolates it from high voltage. It also allows convenient mounting of the heat sink. The main use of the electron gun is to measure thickness. The unit is designed to operate at low kV (Kilovolts which determine X-ray penetration) and high mA (milliamperes or quantity of X-ray photons).

Microfocus X Ray Sources present more compact styles and much smaller foci than their counterparts. Micro X-Ray Inc. makes a crystal-clear image out of every radiograph with several pieces of equipment available at online.

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