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3/18/2019

ProCon Inspection Equipment Delivers Image Quality

Originally titled 'Inspection Equipment Delivers Image Quality'
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Exact Metrology represents the ProCon line of x-ray inspection equipment for industrial and commercial use, as well as university and scientific research operations.

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Exact Metrology represents the ProCon line of x-ray inspection equipment for industrial and commercial use, as well as university and scientific research operations. According to the company, the high-resolution x-ray technology delivers on image quality and is especially useful for non-destructive testing (NDT) failure analysis and process control in varied industries, R&D and academic environments. The equipment is available with x-ray voltages ranging from 50 to 225 kV. Units in tabletop styles for lab use as well as full industrial floor models for in-plant or in-process use are available. 

The units have features including full-dimensional metrology layout, void analysis, closure analysis, circuit visualization, internal component seating analysis, wire connection, porosity, fiber analysis and food ingredient configuration. The technology is especially useful in aerospace, medical, cosmetics, pharmaceutical, food, various packaging and container, metal casting, molded plastics, composite materials fabrication and more.

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