Nordson Test & Inspection Enhances Offering; Launches New Products


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Nordson Test & Inspection division, part of the Nordson Corporation, is pleased to announce the launch of our X-ray Technologies OEM product range for industrial & pre-clinical X-ray imaging systems. This new product line is the result of several months of development work following the acquisition of vivaMOS, a leader in high-resolution dynamic X-ray detectors.

The OEM product range from the X-ray Technologies line consists of an innovative high-speed high sensitivity CMOS Flat Panel Detector offering best-in-class images with several unique customization options. This new detector is an excellent match to the high-flux sealed transmission X-ray source, also now available to OEM customers, which provides high brightness with a high spatial resolution (feature recognition down to 100 nm). An exciting roadmap of X-ray detectors and sources that are currently in development will be released in due course. 

“Having developed a leading position in the market for X-ray inspection systems, I’m delighted that our underlying X-ray Technology expertise will now benefit a wide range of new applications. All our OEM products are designed and manufactured in-house to ensure the highest level of quality and service to our OEM customers, who will benefit from our experience of having thousands of units already in the field, integrated within Nordson X-ray inspection systems,” said Perry Duffill, Divisional VP for Nordson Test & Inspection.

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