Stationary sample, high-speed X-ray CT scanner
Computed tomography (CT) for materials science
- Ultra-high-speed CT scan and image reconstruction
- High-resolution wide field-of-view measurement
- Incorporating the “Sample-Stationary Method”
- Low running cost
CT Lab GX
Introducing the CT Lab GX series, for ultra-high-speed, high-resolution 3D X-ray micro CT. Using the Sample-Stationary Method, these new devices can perform CT scans in 8 seconds at top speed, with a minimum resolution of 4.5 μm.
High resolution 3D CT
The CT Lab pursues high-speed, high-resolution, and quick sample-mounting in order to be used for R&D purposes as well as at production sites. The field-of-view and resolution can be selected at will to observe even fine structures. The maximum number of pixels is 8000×8000. High-definition 3D observation is possible at the highest level compared with other products in the same class. The maximum diameter of a measurement subject is 72 mm×36 mm. After the wide field-of-view imaging, the image of fine structure can be reconstructed in details by specifying the ROI area in the newly incorporated “wide view imaging function".
Live mode for in-situ imaging
A 2D high-resolution Live mode with recording function is integrated to allow usage as an even faster computed radiography. The distinctive feature of this mode is that the structural change of the subject can be observed under in-situ in real time. This feature is effective for observing the change in battery cells during charge and discharge, status of cooling water hose when liquid flows through, or for measurement of structural change while heating. The observation result can be recorded so the scene when the change occurred can be checked afterwards. Note that since the power supply cable and hoses of the measurement subject can be wired outside the equipment through the insertion port on the side area, the power of the measurement subject can be turned on and off even while the measurement is in progress.
Two variations: GX90 and GX130
Two models are available: the low-powered CT Lab GX90, suited for observation of subjects such as resins, and the high-powered CT Lab GX130, suited for subjects more difficult to transmit X-ray beams such as metals.
Low running cost
The equipment operates by 100 V power supply, and cooling water is unnecessary. The equipment has casters to make it easy to move within factories and warehouses. X-ray radiation safety officer is unnecessary to operate this equipment.
|Product name||CT Lab GX|
|Technique||X-ray computed tomography scanner|
|Benefit||Ultra-high-speed, high-resolution 3D X-ray micro CT|
|Technology||X-ray source with flat panel detector|
|Core attributes||Perform CT scans in 8 seconds at top speed, with a minimum resolution of 4.5 μm|
|Core options||90 kV or 130 kV X-ray source|
|Computer||External PC, MS Windows® OS,|
|Core dimensions||980 (W) x 1535 (H) x 963 (D) (mm)|
|Mass (core unit)||450 kg|
|Power requirements||Varies with configuration|
|Booth number||Date||Location||Event website|
|ACS Fall 2019||-||San Diego, CA||Website|
|JASIS 2019||-||Chiba, Japan||Website|
|GSA 2019||-||Phoenix, AZ||Website|
|MS&T 2019||-||Portland, OR||Website|
|ACS - MWRM 2019||-||Wichita, KS||Website|
|ACS-SERMACS 2019||-||Savannah, GA||Website|
|AAPS PharmSci 360 2019||-||San Antonio, TX||Website|
|ACS - SWRM/RMRM 2019||-||El Paso, TX||Website|
|MRS Fall 2019||-||Boston, MA||Website|