JME DXB1 Digital X-Ray Buggy

The JME DXB:1 digital X-ray buggy is designed to produce high-quality panoramic digital radiographs of circumferential welds in applications such as new pipelines. As a versatile and configurable system, it can also be used in various non-pipeline applications, such as the inspection of tank walls or other ferrous metal structures.

Description

This digital system is a replacement for traditional film radiography, so no more chemical processing, dark rooms, or flaws associated with conventional radiography. The DXB includes a high-definition digital panel for instant verification of image quality and system settings. Images are digitally stored, preventing the need for film storage and enabling a permanent record to be saved within the control tablet. These can be backed up via USB or using a network connection, allowing the images to be sent to an on-site radiographer seconds from acquisition.

Benefits

JME’s DXB system also communicates and integrates with the entire CR2 Pipeline Crawler Range. This allows 2-way communication between the pipeline crawler and DXB, giving configuration of key crawler parameters from the DXB control tablet. This integration also allows commencement of inspection with the push of a single button. The DXB operator is able to control, adjust and view the status of the CR2 crawler at all times during an inspection task.

With a rapid magnetic deployment system, the DXB:1 can be positioned by a single person in less than a minute. The system is attached using full time magnets, meaning in the event of a loss of power the unit will remain firmly attached to the pipe. This quick and efficient deployment dramatically increases productivity on-site. There is no need for welding bands to be deployed and relocated between each inspection which again greatly improves efficiency on-site.

Features

  • Deployed in seconds; no welding bands required
  • Wireless, with no cable management
  • Allows for cloud-based image inspection
  • One-touch inspection
  • Comprehensive safety interlocks
  • Digital storage of images locally or web-based

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