Non- Destructive Testing – X-Ray Radiography
We are a weighing solution manufacturer and provider. In India, we represent a number of foreign firms and their product lines.
MQS adopts an Integrated Management Policy that takes into account all of the company’s stakeholders while adhering to the Quality Management System, Occupational Health and Safety Management System, and Environmental Management System Standards.
MQS is a growing company. We deliver peace of mind to the world’s infrastructure with our years of combined experience. We sense, monitor, regulate, and inspect consumer results through intelligent, linked technology.
For various applications, we respond to the needs of industry and laboratories. Our product line can be divided into the following categories.
- Industrial Weighing: Weigh scale, weighbridge, filling system, tank weighing system, and batching system are all examples of weighing systems.
- Precision Weighing: Microbalance, analytical balance.
- Packaging: Flow wrap machines, solid and liquid filling.
- Inspection: Flow wrapping machine, Pick Fill Seal Machine, Check Weigher, Metal Detector, X-ray Inspection
- Coding, Marking & Labelling: Label Print and Apply systems, CIJ printers, DoD printers, Hires printers, Thermal Transfer Printers
- Color, light, and display measurement: Colorimeter, spectrophotometer, color reader, illuminance meter, display analyzer, video signal generator, and protocol analyzer are all examples of chroma meters.
- Textile Laboratory Solution: Infrared dyeing machine, color dispensing system
- Moisture measurement: Moisture analyzer with halogen.
- Spray Drying: Spray Dryer for the Lab.
- Torque measurement: Torque and power are measured on a rotating shaft.
- Digital Printing Solutions: Textile digital printers and RIP software
Radiographic Testing and Industrial CT Solutions
Fast, precise, and reliable inspections for total confidence
Radiographic Testing (RT) and Computed Tomography (CT) solutions have been made more accessible to the industrial world by Amravati Tech System, allowing you to achieve peace of mind while simultaneously utilizing the power and cost benefits of Non-Destructive Testing (NDT).
We’ve brought X-ray and CT inspections and metrology to the production floor, designed the most rugged, productive, and reliable X-ray scanning solutions, and more with the widest range of x-ray inspection and CT solutions available today – from the mobile conventional film, computed, and digital radiography solutions to 2D X-ray inspection systems and 3D computed tomography. All of this is done to save you time and money while providing the safest and most dependable product possible.
Automating Inspections on the Production Floor
The powerful X-ray inspection and CT technologies from Amravati Tech System are no longer limited to lab environments.
We can help you integrate 2D and 3D inspections into your manufacturing processes with the help of our professional team to swiftly discover hidden faults, changes in thickness, assembly details, and other components that are otherwise unseen.
Reducing errors, increasing productivity, enhancing quality, and saving time.
NDT Solutions for Peace of Mind
Our extensive and globally-proven array of mobile and stationary industrial radiography testing systems deliver rapid, dependable results even in the most demanding industries and conditions.
Wherever your Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) requirements take you: in the lab, on the factory floor, or in the field, Amravati Tech System has a solution that will help you achieve the highest level of accuracy in the shortest amount of time.
You can acquire the precise inspection findings you need for the greatest levels of both safety and productivity with high X-ray dosages and shorter exposure durations.
Providing both expertise and technology When and where you require it
At our Customer Solutions Centers (CSC) around the world, Amravati Tech System also provides on-demand usage of our proven, state-of-the-art industrial radiography equipment.
See and check out our newest X-ray 2D and 3D CT inspection technologies, or send us your parts and we’ll take care of the rest.
We can assist you with everything from a single part or prototype inspection to training and data analysis.
Solving the toughest Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) challenges in your industry
Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) is a technique for non-destructively examining, analyzing, and assessing the interior structures of products or materials in two or three dimensions.
Amravati Tech System, a pioneer in X-ray systems, continues to lead the way in industrial X-ray testing systems that meet the needs of a variety of industries, including automotive, batteries, electronic components, materials, foods, medicines, and so on.
We provide a large selection of X-ray NDT inspection systems, including 2D and 3D microfocus, as well as non-destructive X-ray testing and inspection systems. The inspection SMX-225CT FPD HR Plus high-performance microfocus X-ray CT system, which allows for CT images with a large field-of-view, high resolution, and high contrast, is included in this portfolio. The Xslicer SMX-1010/1020/6010 X-ray inspection systems, which have a user-friendly interface and sharp, high-contrast images; and the XDimensus 300 dimensional X-ray CT system, which can measure the internal and external geometry of samples in 3D while providing a wide field of view at high resolution.
Inspection and NDT solutions for the aerospace industry
Precision inspections are more important than ever in the aircraft sector due to tightening compliance rules. At the same time, there is a lot of demand to cut operating costs. Amravati Tech System, which has been trusted by the aviation and space industries for over a century to inspect everything from plane motors to rocket components, has the smart, productive, and lean inspection solutions that aerospace requires to meet these dual challenges in manufacturing and maintenance.
Inspection and NDT solutions for the automotive industry
From castings and composites to weld and bond seam inspection to general electronics, sensors, and battery scanning, Amravati Tech System provides industry-leading solutions for the automotive industry’s stringent quality needs. Bring NDT solutions to your plant floor that are quick, precise, and cost-effective.
Inspection and NDT solutions for the electronics industry
Solder joints, semiconductor packages, and electrical components are essential to many of our most significant products, from smartphones and computers to electric automobiles and airplanes. To assure the safety and integrity of components, Amravati Tech System delivers high-resolution 2D X-ray and 3D Computed Tomography (CT) inspection solutions to the electronics production line and the research and development lab.
Inspection and NDT solutions for the energy industry
Amravati Tech System is collaborating with the energy sector to improve the future of energy. Coal-fired, nuclear, natural gas, hydroelectric, wind turbine, and other power generation plants benefit from our solutions. Our solutions help the energy industry maximize asset integrity and prevent costly shutdowns, using software that lets customers discover problems before they happen and hardware backed by decades of ingenuity.
Inspection and NDT solutions for the manufacturing industry
Manufacturers are producing more complicated parts than ever before, which makes inspections more difficult. Manufacturers can check and measure these sophisticated components and assemblies at the speed of production with Amravati Tech System’s industrial non-destructive testing solutions, allowing innovation to continue.
Oil & Gas
Inspection and NDT solutions for the oil and gas industry
Amravati Tech System collaborates with industry experts to streamline complicated inspections, increase production, and make refineries safer. With industry-leading NDT systems ranging from field-tested defect detectors to lightweight yet durable scanners to state-of-the-art inspection software, you can have complete trust in every inspection.
Research and Development
Inspection and NDT solutions for research and development
Amravati Tech System has been at the forefront of nondestructive testing solutions for laboratories and academic research since the discovery of X-rays 125 years ago. Nanofocus X-ray tubes, micro-, nano-computed tomography, and ultrasonic inspection are just a few of the technologies we’ve pioneered. Leading scientists from all around the world rely on our outstanding imaging capabilities to make the unseen visible in subjects ranging from materials science to geology to archaeology.
Inspection and NDT solutions for the transportation industry
In a time when the transportation industry is undergoing fast development, Amravati Tech System is happy to assist in achieving the most crucial goals: safety and reliability. With our industry-leading NDT solutions, our partners can be confident in every inspection they undertake, from solid axle automated testers for rail to X-ray detectors for infrastructure corrosion monitoring. We can also assist you in moving your transportation operations ahead.
Discover Our Products
Industrial X-ray & CT Scanners
From precision nanoCT® and metrology jobs in the lab to high throughput inline CT inspections on the production floor, a variety of 2D X-ray inspection and 3D computed tomography (CT) systems are available for a variety of inspection applications.
With ease and precision never previously conceivable, inspect raw materials, prototypes, light metal castings, batteries, electronics, plastic injection moldings, additively produced parts, and final assemblies.
Digital Radiography Equipment and Software
DR (Digital Radiography), CR (Computed Radiography), and FS (Film Scanning) equipment and software provide quick and consistent imaging results.
Improve inspection accuracy and throughput while lowering expenses and eliminating safety concerns.
Industrial X-ray Tubes and Generators
Seifert X-ray equipment includes mobile and fixed X-ray sources and generators that are engineered to last and increase field productivity.
High X-ray doses and shorter exposure times result in increased inspection productivity and lower operational costs while also providing the most accurate results.
Industrial X-ray Film, Equipment, and Supplies
No matter how difficult your testing challenge is, radiographic films, processing equipment, chemicals, and quality assurance tools all work together to ensure high-quality, repeatable inspections.
We have X-ray film for both regular and specialty applications, as well as a variety of tubes, generators, and scanners to cover any Radiographic Testing (RT) scenario.
Radiographic Testing – A Guide
Radiographic Testing/X-ray Inspection
Radiographic Testing (RT)/X-ray Inspection is a non-destructive testing (NDT) procedure that examines the target sample by piercing it with X-rays and highlighting material density discrepancies that may indicate a flaw that has to be corrected.
To ensure the highest levels of quality and safety in your production, radiography uses X-rays and gamma-rays to create a radiographic image of the target sample, allowing the technician to observe any changes in material thickness, internal and surface defects, and even assembly details (i.e. welds, joints, connectors).
One of the most important advantages of Radiographic Testing (RT) is that it creates a permanent, hard-copy (in the case of x-ray film) record of the scan for a specific target sample. A digital sensor/detector, for example, creates a digital record that may be kept locally or remotely and does not require the processing and storage requirements of x-ray films.
X-rays – An Overview
X-rays are a type of high-energy electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength of 1nm to 1 PMS, which is 1000 to 1,000,000 times smaller than the wavelength of light. X-rays can pass through materials that absorb regular visible light due to their tremendous energy.
Radiographic Testing/X-ray Inspection – The Working
In general, an X-ray inspection system consists of a radiation-safe enclosure, the radiation protection cabinet, which houses the X-ray tube, and the X-ray detector in linear alignment. The user can position the sample within the beam using a remotely controllable manipulating mechanism. For computerized image processing, the final X-ray image is shown on a monitor. Furthermore, the X-ray system could be equipped with an electronic program control that allows for automated sample inspection. The X-ray picture depicts object features based on material density differences.
When traveling through an item, a portion of the X-ray spectrum is absorbed. The more X-rays are absorbed and do not pass through an object, the thicker or higher in density it is. The X-rays that travel through the object collide with a detector, which produces an X-ray image. Depending on the intensity of the incident rays, this image is composed of several hues of grey: Parts of the object that are thicker or made of denser materials, like iron, copper, and lead, seem darker than less dense materials, such as plastics, paper, or even air.
The varying degrees of radiation acquired by the film are then reproduced as varying values of white and black in a dark room, much like traditional photographic film. The radiographic detector will be exposed to X-rays that are not absorbed by the target material. These regions will appear to be dimly lit. Due to higher absorption or more dense substance, areas that absorbed higher levels will seem bright.
As a result, portions of your target sample whose homogeneous density has been altered by faults such as porosity, cracks, or misalignment will appear as black lines, making them simpler to notice by a qualified technician.
Radiographic Testing Applications
Welds on pipework, pressure vessels, storage containers, pipelines, and structural welds are typically tested and graded using radiographic testing (RT).
To ensure the integrity of the welds, anything that is connected with a weld and is anticipated to carry some type of pressure or stress is subjected to radiographic testing.
Machined parts, plate metal, and pipe walls are among the other items that have been evaluated (especially where corrosion is a concern).
Radiography is also used to test ceramics, light metal castings, and additive parts utilized in the aerospace and automobile industries.
Rays are Used in Radiographic Testing
X-rays or gamma rays can be used for radiographic testing. An X-ray tube is used to generate X-rays, while a radioactive isotope is used to generate gamma rays.
The energy levels used by these radiation sources are substantially higher than those used by electromagnetic waves.
Because radiography testing involves ionizing radiation, it is critical to ensure that correct safety rules are conveyed and followed to avoid exposure.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Radiographic Testing
Radiographic Testing (RT) has various advantages over other types of nondestructive testing (NDT). The following are some of the advantages:
- a scan record that can be stored on film or digitally.
- the ability to examine the entire sample
- a higher level of defect identification
- Operators and inspectors are needed to have a lesser level of ability.
With RT, a well-trained radiographer may not only properly locate but also identify the type, size, and location of a lesion.
When it comes to drawbacks, the most obvious is that you’re working with potentially hazardous compounds that can have long-term health consequences when exposed to radiation.
Furthermore, typical RT solutions, particularly those based on the film, need a significant amount of time before producing a passable image, lengthening your production cycle.
This is one of the reasons why digital detectors, which eliminate the processing time associated with traditional x-ray film, are being used by so many businesses today.
Types of Radiographic Testing Equipment
X-ray generators create X-rays by emitting electrons in a vacuum. X-rays are released and directed towards your target sample after hitting a target material. The x-rays are absorbed or scattered in the sample depending on the target’s substance and density. The photons are then collected by a detector, such as an x-ray film or a digital detector, after passing through your target material.
To save time, cut costs, and improve overall NDT performance, many enterprises are switching from traditional film-based radiography to a digital sensor-based system.
Ultrasonic vs. Eddy Current vs. Radiographic Testing
Due to improved signal quality, flexible probing possibilities, and the fact that they do not use radioactive materials or harmful chemicals, ultrasonic testing (UT) and eddy current testing (ECT) are two of the most used NDT procedures today.
Ultrasonic waves are used in UT to probe through your target sample and identify any abnormalities, whereas an electron current is used in ECT to generate magnetic fields that highlight material density and thickness deviations.
Both ECT and UT (especially phased array ultrasonic testing) are much safer than RT, and in some cases, they can save time.
ECT and UT solutions are also known for their portability, as they are smaller and easier to handle, making them ideal for use in the field, whereas RT is more suited to laboratory or production line applications. Having said that, there are several portable RT solutions available today that can be successfully installed in the field.
Computed tomography (CT) creates a three-dimensional spatial image of the thing being examined.
Distinct materials are represented as different degrees of grey in the CT image (or as different colors). A huge number of two-dimensional X-ray images (or slices) are taken around a single axis of rotation (360 °) to form a three-dimensional image.
Using a complicated reconstruction process, these X-ray pictures are then reformatted as volumetric representations of structures (3D).