3D X-Ray focuses on Threatscan technology at Intersec

Loughborough, Leicestershire (UK)

On the back of the recent successful sale of 16 units of Threatscan-LS3, 3D X-Ray once again exhibited at the Intersec expo in Dubai this week. The Threatscan-AS1(ISC), the Threatscan-LS1 and the Threatscan-LS3 Portable X-Ray systems were the key focus on the company's stand at the show.

Threatscan-AS1(ISC) is a robust amorphous silicon portable x-ray inspection system. It comprises, as standard, a detector panel with an imaging area of 430mm x 347mm, a new high penetration 150kV generator, and a laptop along with batteries, chargers, the user-friendly Threatspect software, wireless communication and transport case.

The system is fully integrated, with a primary display, computer, communications and power supplies consolidated into a single, waterproof rugged case. A secondary display tablet offers high flexibility in deployment to meet the wide variety of user applications and threat scenarios.

The combination of technologies used in Threatscan-AS1(ISC) offers effective X-ray imaging performance, 3D X-Ray's renowned advanced materials discrimination, and sophisticated image processing software.

Threatscan-LS1 shares the same high quality, high penetration image characteristics but with a larger 600mm x 460mm imaging area. Threatscan-LS1 enables airline carry-on sized luggage bags and packages to be scanned in one scan.

Threatscan-LS3 is a compact yet powerful x-ray scanning system that can penetrate steel up to 40mm at 120kV and up to 60mm at 150kV. The 305mm x 256mm imaging area enables typical bags and packages to be scanned in one scan. The complete system fits securely into a back-pack.

3D X-Ray recently sold 16 units of Threatscan-LS3 to an undisclosed southern European security agency.

These systems are ideal for the EOD community as well as border agencies, police and security services for the inspection of suspect bags and packages in locations such as mass transit rail and bus stations, shopping malls, airports, stadia and sports arenas.

At the event, 3D X-Ray also promoted their AXIS-CXi, a cabinet based x-ray system for screening mail, parcels and small baggage for potentially harmful items and contraband. It is a mobile unit so can be relocated easily within buildings. The CXi is unique in offering the 3D X-Ray’s aviation standard materials imaging capability in a mail screening cabinet scenario.

3D X-Ray, CEO, Vincent Deery said: “3D X-Ray are long time exhibitors at Intersec because it is one of the most successful and established events in the region and always attracts the right level of visitors for us.”


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