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Publication: e-Journal of Nondestructive Testing (NDT) ISSN 1435-4934 (NDT.net Journal)

X-RAY WorX launches first 300 kV high power transmission tube

X-RAY WorX GmbH18, Garbsen, Germany

Garbsen, 21. July 2015. To support the growing demand for high resolution X-ray sources in three-dimensional production testing and dimensional measurement, X-RAY WorX launches the first high power transmission tube with 300 kV acceleration voltage and 50 Watt target power.

The new high resolution microfocus tube XWT-300-THE Plus was developed to meet recent requirements of industrial computed tomography and measurement applications in various industries, like aerospace and automotive. The new X-ray tube features the well-known internal cooling of the transmission target and a special diamond based transmission target that delivers significant intensity also at acceleration voltages above 225 kV. It allows for JIMA resolution of three microns over the whole voltage range from 50 kV up to 300 kV. Taking advantage of the same software functions that were already introduced with the 300 kV reflection tube XWT-300-SE, the new XWT-300-THE Plus currently represents the most powerful X-ray source for the inspection and measurement of high density materials at micron detail detectability and high magnification.

Microfocus transmission tube XWT-300-THE Plus with cooling of the tube head (option) 

Microfocus transmission tube XWT-300-THE Plus

About X-RAY WorX <
Since 2010 the company X-RAY WorX GmbH from Garbsen near Hanover established as one of the world's leading independent manufacturers of high-resolution microfocus X-ray tubes for non-destructive testing in industry and research. Microfocus X-ray tubes are applied in X-ray microscopy, high-resolution computed tomography (CT) as well as in digital radiography with rod anode tubes. The high-tech company X-RAY WorX develops and manufactures its microfocus X-ray tubes in Germany and delivers them to OEM partners and end users worldwide. In addition, the team of X-RAY WorX is continuously working on innovations and further improvements in microfocus X-ray technology.
Microfocus X-ray systems are used in various industries such as e.g.: aerospace, automotive and electronics industries, in medical technology, in energy, pipeline and process industries as well as in research and development departments or research institutes. The wide range of different microfocus X-ray tubes with transmission targets, reflection targets or rod anodes offers an appropriate solution for every customer requirement.
The X-RAY WorX portfolio of products is completed by services such as installation, maintenance and repair of X-ray tubes and X-ray systems as well as supply of spare parts. The company also imparts hands-on experiences in training courses, supporting customers to install and operate microfocus X-ray systems effectively and safely.

Press Contact
Sandra Lehrbaß
Marketing Coordinator
Siemensstraße 26
D-30827 Garbsen
Tel: +49-(0)5131/ 48712 67
Fax: +49-(0)5131/ 48712 66
E-Mail: press@x-ray-worx.com

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