Radiograph Film Digitisation Technology

Radiograph Film Digitisation Technology

The introduction of radiograph film digitization into the major utilities such as construction, industrial projects enables the owners [governments, public sector, private enterprises] of the process/plant/products to have electronic records in permanent archives.

Key Benefits:

   Eliminates ageing of films, retaining image quality
   Physical archive storage to computer data cabinets
   Deliverables are electronic data media with 25-50 years of data life
   Associated documents such as UT, MPI and associated reports can also be archived
   Full traceability is integral to the system, with tamper-proof designing at each stage
   Radiographs can be electronically reported and archived
   Online information at different PCs in different parts of world
   The electronic information along with DR3000 browser package can be used to efficiently carry out plant integrity assessment
   Low cost of ownership

These electronic records satisfy all the legal local rules and international standards. The longevity of the NDE data life ensures that all the information becomes a part of the product life cycle of that entity.

With CIT's DR3000 and DR3100-VHD radiograph film digitisation solutions, the owners can receive their hardcopy radiographs (x-rays, gamma rays, neutron radiography) and reports as electronic records. These can be delivered to them by their EPC, prime contractors, NDT sub-contractors with the viewing package that enables the owners to view quality records electronically.

The owners can use this information for the safety assessment monitoring or plant integrity assessment from the evidence based governance’s perspectives. This approach also integrates and embeds the knowledge engineering and reduces the skill management required during retirement of key personnel.

For more details, go through the solution-specific product sheets.

- DR3000 Product Sheet (PDF)
- DR3100 Product Sheet (PDF)