When x-ray enclosure dimension requirements are smaller we can supply a radiation shielded cabinet instead of a room. This has the advantage that we can build it at our factory and deliver to site as a completed unit. We can also take on the role of equipment integrator so a finished system arrives on site ready
for use.

As with a shielded room we work together with the customer to define the optimum specification and design before commencing manufacture. Cabinet shielding material is lead with painted steel inner and outer cover panels. Doors can include lead glass viewing windows and can be sliding or hinged, manual or powered.

Each cabinet has an integral safety system which links the x-ray equipment to warning lamps, E-stop and door interlock switches. As well as compliance with the current radiation regulations (IRR2017) cabinets can also be designed and built to meet additional standards such as specific IP ratings.

Blade x-ray inspection cabinet

200kV Lead Panelled Room

This x-ray room was constructed with lead steel panels mounted onto a rigid steel frame.
The rooms primary use is for the x-ray inspection of aircraft jet engine parts.
Located in Hong Kong.

Box X-ray Cabinet

75kV Box X-ray Cabinet

This 1m x 1m x 2m high box x-ray cabinet is used for the inspection of large area scintillators. Twin compartment design separates x-ray from sample and imaging.

160kV Double Door Cabinet

160kV Double Door Cabinet

1.5m x 1m x 2m high walk-in x-ray cabinet with double hinged full-height doors. This cabinet weighs 2.6 tonnes and is used for x-ray development in the food industry.

Sliding Hutch X-ray Cabinet

40kV Sliding Hutch Cabinet

The x-ray cabinet has two shielded hutches with lead-glass viewing windows. The hutches sit on rails which allows them to slide apart to give full access to sample parts and x-ray equipment. The cabinet was designed for Research & Development work in the food and farming industries.

Automated 320kV X-ray

This X-ray cabinet has been designed to provide automated x-ray inspection of artificial replacement human joints. The cabinet uses a barcode reader to select the inspection routine.

Sample feed system cabinet

Sample feed system

This 130kV x-ray cabinet is a rock core inspection system. The samples feed through automatically from the loading arms. The cabinet is a modular construction with leaded steel panels secured an aluminium framework. It has an integrated safety system with warning lamp and safety interlocks. 

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