Industrial Radiography

HTSL offers a wide range of radiography products from some of the worlds leading manufacturers including QSA Global, Carestream NDT, NPO radiation shielding, Ecotest and more.

880 Gamma projector series
Sources / Isotopes
880 Guidetubes
880 Projector controls
Film and Chemicals
Radiation Shielding
Radiography Collimators
Radiation Monitors
Radiation Signage
959 SCAR device
989 Baby SCAR

Gamma Radiography

The gamma rays used in radiography come from radioactive material inside the radiography device. Gamma ray devices do not need electricity. They are smaller than x-ray devices. Their small size makes them useful for checking inside pipes, ships and other small spaces.

1. Devices

  • SENTINEL 880 Series Gamma-Ray Source Projectors
  • SENTINEL 1075 SCARPro Gamma Ray Source Projector
  • SENTINEL SENTRY Series Gamma Radiography Camera
  • OpenVision DX Real-Time Radiography | CUI Inspection

2. Isotopes

  • Iridium 192 | Industrial Radiography Sources |
  • Selenium-75 Industrial Isotopes | Se-75
  • SENTINEL Cobalt-60 Gamma Radioisotopes
  • Analysis Radioactive Sources
  • Nuclear Start-Up & Fuel Scanning Neutron Sources
  • Oil Well Logging Sealed Radioactive Sources

3. Accessories

  • Gamma Radiography Remote Controls
  • SENTINEL Collimators for Gamma-Ray Source Projector
  • SENTINEL Source Guide Tubes & Extensions

Digital Radiography

Digital radiography (DR) is an advanced form of x-ray inspection which produces a digital radiographic image instantly on a computer. This technique uses x-ray sensitive plates to capture data during object examination, which is immediately transferred to a computer without the use of an intermediate cassette.

Computed Radiography

Computed radiography (CR) is the digital replacement of conventional X-ray film radiography and offers enormous advantages for inspection tasks – the use of consumables is virtually eliminated and the time to produce an image is drastically shortened. Imaging plates are reusable. No darkroom or chemicals needed.

Film and Chemicals

Chemical industry, complex of processes, operations, and organizations engaged in the manufacture of chemicals and their derivatives.

Our reliable film product line works under the most trying conditions and provides customers consistent, predictable results every time.