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CT Lab HX
Features
  • Compact benchtop design
  • High-power X-ray source: 130 kV, 39 W
  • Large field of view (FOV): max. 200 mmφ
  • High-resolution: max. 2.2 μm
  • High-speed: max. 18 seconds/scan
  • All-in-one software: image browser, image acquisition, reconstruction, cross section display, 3D rendering and image analysis​

Powerful benchtop X-ray micro CT

Computed tomography for materials science

CT Lab HX

The CT Lab HX is a high-performance benchtop X-ray micro CT system with the most powerful X-ray source in its class (130 kV, 39W). This compact yet powerful micro CT system can provide three dimensional X-ray image of a wide variety of samples such as printed circuit boards (PCBs), batteries, food, drugs, medical device, bones, minerals, ceramics, and light metals.

Versatile

The CT Lab HX is not only powerful but also versatile. In a conventional scan mode, the FOV can be adjusted from 5 to 107 mmφ depending on the sample size and desired resolution. The offset-scan mode allows maximum 200 mmφ FOV. The high-precision sample stage and optimal use of the interior space help to achieve high-resolution of 2.2 microns.

Fast

The 130 kV, 39 W high-power X-ray source enables high-speed image acquisition as fast as 18 seconds/scan.

Easy

Preset scans have preprogramed typical conditions and require only a few steps to run a CT scan. Everything you need from image browser, image acquisition, reconstruction, cross section display, 3D rendering and image analysis is included in one software with simple interface for ultimate ease-of-use.

Specifications
Product name CT Lab HX
Technique Computed Tomography
Benefit Powerful benchtop X-ray micro CT
Technology Microtomography
Core attributes Highest X-ray power (130kV) for a benchtop CT
Core options Sample board and sticks
Computer PC, Microsoft Windows 10 OS
Core dimensions 980 (W) x 580 (H) x 700 (D) mm
Mass 380 kg (core unit)
Power requirements 1Ø, 100 V ± 10%, 50/60 Hz

Learn more about our products at these events

Booth number Date Location Event website
X-ray Computed Tomography for Materials & Life Science 5: Plant Science Applications Webinar Register Now!
M&M (Microscopy & Microanalysis) 2020 - Milwaukee, WI Website
Ceramics Expo 2020 456 - Cleveland, OH Website
MS&T 2020 - Pittsburgh, PA Website
AAPS PharmSci 360 2020 621 - New Orleans, LA Website

Webinars - X-ray Computed Tomography for Materials Science