ZEISS Xradia

X-ray Microscopes

High Resolution 3D X-ray Microscopy

ZEISS X-ray Tomography Solutions

High Resolution 3D X-ray Microscopy and Computed Tomography

Experience effective imaging solutions for characterizing the properties and behaviors of your materials non-destructively. Revealing details of microstructure, ideally in three dimensions (3D), is a critical part of your understanding, whether your goal is to develop and confirm models or to visualize structural details.

ZEISS offers 3D X-ray microscopes (XRM) with advanced imaging solutions that have removed major hurdles for three-dimensional imaging. Achieve high contrast and submicron resolution imaging even for your relatively large samples.
The Xradia Versa family of submicron XRM uses patented X-ray detectors within a microscope objective turret to enable increased magnification on various sample types and sizes, and push spatial resolution down to 500 nm with minimum achievable voxels of <40 nm. The Xradia Ultra family of nanoscale X-ray microscopes is the only commercially available X-ray microscope that utilizes synchrotron quality X-ray optics and provides true spatial resolution down to <50 nm and minimum achievable voxels of 16nm.

ZEISS Xradia 610 and 620 Versa

Unlock new degrees of versatility for your scientific and industrial research with the most advanced 3D X-ray microscope models in the ZEISS Xradia Versa family.

Building on industry-best resolution and contrast, ZEISS Xradia 610 & 620 Versa expand the boundaries of your non-destructive sub-micron scale imaging.


ZEISS Xradia 510 Versa

Xradia 510 Versa is the foundation of the Xradia Versa family for those who need high performance 3D imaging capability without the advanced features of the 600 series. Perform sub-micron imaging, benefit from a 4D in situ solution that lets you characterize microstructures in their native environment, and extend the imaging range with the flat panel extension.

ZEISS Xradia 410 Versa

Xradia 410 Versa bridges the gap between high-performing 3D X-ray microscopy solutions and traditionally lower-cost, less capable projection-based computed tomography (CT) systems. Combine non-destructive 3D sub-micron imaging with multiple source options that provide flexibility for a wide range of sample sizes and types.

ZEISS Xradia 810 Ultra

Xradia 810 Ultra increases the throughput of nanoscale, three-dimensional X-ray imaging by up to a factor of 10 being equipped with unique optics adapted from synchrotron technology. This innovative X-ray microscope (XRM) operates at 5.4 keV, a lower energy that delivers better contrast and image quality for medium to low Z samples and other materials used throughout science and industry.

ZEISS Xradia 800 Ultra

The revolutionary Xradia 800 Ultra combines a high-flux laboratory X-ray source with highly specialized and proprietary X-ray optics to create a standalone ultra-high resolution X-ray microscope for CT scanning, bridging the gap between existing high resolution imaging modalities such as SEM, TEM or AFM, and optical microscopy or traditional micro-CT

ZEISS Xradia Synchrotron Family

Xradia Synchrotron solutions bring nanoscale X-ray imaging to your synchrotron facility, enabling you to forgo costly and time consuming in-house development. Proprietary X-ray optics and a proven 3D X-ray microscopy platform leverage the ultra-bright, tunable X-ray beams available at modern synchrotron facilities

ZEISS Xradia Context microCT

ZEISS Xradia Context is a large field-of-view, non-destructive 3D X-ray micro-computed tomography system. With a robust stage and flexible software-controlled source/detector positioning, you can image large, heavy (25 kg), and tall samples in their full 3D context, as well as small samples with high resolution and detail.

Industrial Computed Tomography Solutions

Industrial computed tomography (CT) gives you entirely new insights by making it possible to capture the volume of all internal structures in next to no time. ZEISS is a pioneer in fast CT and enables the complete volume-based inspection of components during the production cycle.

Not all products are available in every country. Use of products for medical diagnostic, therapeutic or treatment purposes may be limited by local regulations. Contact your local Carl Zeiss provider for more information.