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Phoenix/X-Ray Nanotom 180

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Small-Specs
Sub-micro computed tomography system 
180 kV X-ray source 
2300 * 2300 pixel flat panel detector 
500 nm min. voxel size


The high-resolution Sub-µm computed tomography device phoenix|x-ray (Part of GE Sensing and Inspection Technologies) Nanotom 180 has been started up in February 2008. The system includes a nanofocus X-ray source with transmission target and a max. acceleration voltage of 180 kV. The Nanotom detector type Hamamatsu C7942SK-05 allows for a scaning space with a resolution of 2300 * 2300 pixels.

Detailed technical data of the Sub-µm device is listed below:

  • 180-kV-nanofocus tube with minimum focal spot diameter of < 1 µm
  • 2300 * 2300 pixel 12 bit Hamamatsu detector
  • Measurement of materials with low density < 1 g/cm^3
  • Triple-scan range enlargement mode
  • Minimum voxel size: 0,5 µm (max. sample diameter / 2300)
  • Sample weight < 2 kg
  • Sample diameter < 68 mm (with scan range enlargement < 210 mm)
  • Sample length < 150 mm
  • Maximum penetration length: polymers - max. 50 mm, aluminium - max. 30 mm, steel - max. 4 mm
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