The 450S is ideal for research involving hypervelocity impact studies like space debris crashing into a satellite at 15 km/s – you can observe the first layer of protective covering vaporize.
Capable of penetrating materials equal to several centimeters of steel, SCF450 systems have been used to study mechanical fraction, shock waves and impact studies where images of the impactor inside a material are collected as a function of time.
The 300 system is ideal for research involving both shadow imaging and penetrating materials like ceramics, aluminum or centimeters of steel.
The 150 system is ideal for research involving both shadow imaging and penetrating soft materials like plastic or tissue as well as thin metal plates like aluminum and steel.
From visual obstruction to fast moving objects, flash X-ray let’s you see the nearly impossible events that aren’t visible to the human eye.