Film Radiography is Declining in Industrial Testing Applications

DODGED THE DIGITAL DILEMMA

The shift from analog to digital technology has given a new lease of life for NDT applications in the industrial radiography market, thus, broadening the scope beyond traditional applications. Digital X-ray systems are proliferating with increased acceptance across all industry verticals, including highly regulated and traditionally conservative aerospace and automotive industries. The most significant contributing factor for this paradigm shift to digital X-ray systems is the cost-saving, which is 5-6 times more (in both computed and direct radiography) when compared to film-based systems. Read More

The Benefits Of A Fiber Optic Cable

Let us begin with understanding what exactly these fiber optic cables are; it is firstly a cluster of network cables that contains certain glass fibers in the form of strands that are placed inside an insulated casing. They are specifically designed for long distances, a performance data networking that is very high as well as telecommunications.

If you compare the function and potential of these with the wired cables, these optic cables have a much higher bandwidth and thus have the capability of transferring data over long distances.

Of course there are a certain reasons behind companies making use of this material of fibers rather than any else.

Let us have a look at the advantages:

• LESS EXPENDITURE TO BE TAKEN CARE OF

Of course the amount of money needed matters a great deal. Read More