As we know, the main role of the x ray collimator is to cover up the extra X-rays. So what is the principle of x-ray collimator work?
Ok, let me talk about how x-ray collimator works today.
How x-ray collimator works
X-rays are emitted from the X ray tube inspection point and radiated to the surroundings. The X-rays used in the inspection are only one bundle in one direction and are ejected from the sleeve window. This X-ray takes into account the maximum range required for actual use. It cannot be over-restricted by the window, but is controlled by adding an x-ray collimator to the window.
The beam limiter uses a lead plate with adjustable gap to cover the unnecessary original emission line emitted by the window, thereby controlling the size of the beam and adapting the actual X-ray irradiation field.
Newheek’s x-ray collimator is based on this principle and is manufactured by a manual and precise process. The materials used are high quality materials. If you want to buy Newheek’s x-ray collimator, congratulations on choosing the right one.
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