Computed Radiography (CR)
Computed Radiography (CR), an advanced radiographic technique, utilizes phosphor plates to capture an image of the component being inspected. CR requires exposing the imaging plate with radiation for a determined amount of time, depending on the part configuration, and processing the plate with a focused laser scanner that converts the image into visible light. The emitted light is then converted into electrical signals, which are digitized and displayed on a computer monitor.
We examine CR images of completed butt welds and components to determine if they are acceptable based on applicable code acceptance criteria. We also evaluate images to locate materials, cracks, voids, and other internal components without the need for disassembly or destruction.
CR images can be stored permanently onto hard drives, and these images can also be sent or uploaded for remote viewing at any time in cases where additional opinions are needed.
We offer many solutions to suit client needs.
JANX currently uses the latest in Carestream™ CR equipment.
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Because we’re equipped to mobilize testing services across the United States, our customers can get their inspections done whenever and wherever they need them. That includes pipeline operators working in remote environments or extreme conditions. Our technology and more than 35 years of experience mean customers can rely on us for thorough, detailed, and rapid inspection results.