Industrial computed tomography is a widespread non-destructive analysis technique that allows to perform 3D scans very quickly, regardless of the production process and the material used.
Performing a tomographic analysis means combining dimensional inspection and a complete defect control in a single non-destructive analysis, allowing any critical problem to be detected in a timely manner, improve product engineering confidence, and drastically reduce time to market.
However, the tools currently available on the market have limitations.
Except for one.
TEC Eurolab's 6 MeV linear accelerator is a highly advanced instrument, with a size that can scan products with relevant weights, thickness and dimensions, but above all with a power that allows to investigate components in super alloys, such as Inconel, Chrome-Cobalt-Molybdenum, copper and similar.