Imaging & Nondestructive Testing

Owing to their high penetration power, X‑rays can see through materials and objects nondestructively. X‑ray nondestructive imaging and nondestructive testing (NDT) are used for object inspection, quality control, and failure analysis without altering the sample's integrity. You can also use high-resolution 3D imaging with X‑ray computed tomography (CT) for materials and life science research.

X-ray imaging and NDT

Industry challenges

Research and development

When you face a complex research and development challenge, "seeing" what is happening in your materials and products can sometimes give you incredible insight. Discover what X-ray CT can do for your research.

Testing and inspection

X-ray imaging is ideal when you need to inspect objects without altering them. You can scan food and apparel to identify foreign objects. Heavy-duty radiography systems can also inspect objects on construction sites.

Preclinical imaging

Preclinical studies require non-invasively studying small animals from different perspectives. MILab's multimodal imaging platform allows you to combine PET, SPECT, optical 2D/3D/4D imaging, and CT.

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X-ray computed tomography (CT)

You can use X-ray CT to analyze the internal structures of materials and objects non-destructively at micron to submicron resolution. Rigaku's CT scanners are easy to use and widely implemented in research facilities and failure analysis laboratories.

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Nondestructive testing (NDT)

X-ray imaging is widely used for nondestructive foreign object detection. Rigaku provides portable NDT instruments for heavy-duty radiographic operation in the field and floor-standing models for inspection of shoes, apparel, food, etc.

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Molecular imaging

MILabs—a Rigaku company—offers preclinical small animal imaging platforms that combine multiple modalities, including PET, SPECT, and Optical 2D/3D/4D and CT. These modalities can be upgraded to scale your preclinical research.

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