Flexray X-ray Image Plate Mounting Systems provide the ability to combine multiple CR image plates into a variety of formats to inspect larger surface areas in a single x-ray shot. The ability to examine large objects or surface areas in a single x-ray shot, reducing your returns to the target area and ultimately your time on task.
The Flexray kit can fix two or more plates together in a variety of different configurations depending on the size of the area needing investigation and the specifics of the task. Flexray systems are compatible with most CR plates and are available in in the standard size of 35 x 43 cm as well as the longer length 35 x 90 cm and 35 x 130 cm sizes. The longer length plates can be deployed to check areas of almost 2 sqm in a single x-ray shot. The resulting x-ray images can then be stitched into a single large image using Scanna’s Scanview x-ray imaging software.
Flexray image plate kits include velcro fastenings, guy ropes, eyelet, suction cups giving you the flexibility to freestand or hang your image plates behind the target or to directly attach them to the area of interest.
- Wall examination/building protection
- Vehicle Panel Inspection for hidden contraband
- Fuel tank inspection
- Pipe inspection
- Large suitcase or parcel investigation
- Large UXO inspection
- Weapons Exploitation
Flexray Cassette sizes available:
35 x 43 cm
35 x 90 cm
35 x 130 cm
Custom sizes on request.
Flexray image plate kits include velcro struts, velcro fastenings, guy line, eyelets, carabiner hooks and suction cups. Also lead numbers and lead markers for witness marks and for identifying orientation of plates once x-ray images are processed.
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