Tungsten Alloy X-ray Target
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Tungsten Alloy Collimator
Tungsten alloy collimator is an equipment that narrows down a beam of particles or waves. It pertains to output and input element of optical fiber communicaiton devices. Tungsten alloy collimator can be considered a linear accelerator and cyclotron in medical treatment. It is made in a simple structure, through which the fiber sends out light that can be tranformed into parallel light (gaussian beam). So, its key fuction is to successfully boosts up the light coupled into the device.
Radiotherapy eliminates cancer by directing beams of radiation straight onto the tumor. The beams of radiation need a very precise focus to avert damage to the surrounding healthy tissue. This focus is acquired by maing use of a multi-leaf tungsten alloy collimator, composed of two rows of very thin tungsten heavy alloy plates, that can be designed to befit the dimensions of the tumor exactly. Tungsten alloy collimator and tungsten alloy X-ray target are manufactured from groundbreaking tungsten alloy X- ray targets components, applicable for the medical industry. Tungsten alloy collimator attributes substantially to successful radiotherapy through their higher density and higher protecting capability against X-rays and gamma rays.
The Classification of Tungsten Radiation Collimators:
There are two types of tungsten collimators including Tungsten Panoramic Collimators and Tungsten Directional Collimators. Collimators has and direct the beam of radiation while giving exposure to. This results in better radiograph quality and safer operating conditions. Tungsten panoramic collimators is composed of a S.S. Housing, having two tungsten inserts. The panoramic collimator is designed with two shields fabricated to offer a 30 degree panoramic radiation beam. Tungsten Directional Collimators carries the radiation beam from a side port as a 60Â° conical side throw. Tungsten alloy shielding for the directional collimator is manufactured to render a 50 degree radiation beam and is enveloped with S.S. hose and completely sealed by argon arc welding. A wide range of collimators is designed to cater to the variety of applications and techniques used.
Advantages of tungsten alloy collimator:
One of the most efficient devices for decreasing the radiation levels on a job site
Improving the quality of radiography shots by lowering down the diffusion of radiation around the film;