Expand your materials research capabilities, whether visualizing cracks in soft composite materials or measuring porosity in steel, all with a single system. Perform in situ studies by imaging under varying conditions such as tensile, compression, gas, oxidation, wetting and temperature variations. You can also image materials that are incompatible with vacuum and charged particle beams.
Xradia 510 Versa offers the ability to view into deeply buried microstructures that may be unobservable with 2D surface imaging such as optical microscopy, SEM, and AFM. You have the ability to maintain resolution at a distance for in situ imaging experiments, allowing you to study a wide variety of sample sizes and shapes using various in situ apparatus. Understand the impact of these varying conditions over time with the non-destructive nature of X-ray.
Characterize and quantify pore structure and connectivity, understand porosity and permeability, analyze mineral liberation efforts, and study carbon sequestration effectiveness. Perform in situ multiphase fluid flow studies. Experience the most accurate 3D, submicron characterization of microstructural evolution by studying the effects on materials under varying conditions and in 4D (time).
Leverage high resolution and high contrast to explore unstained and stained hard and soft tissues. Quantify osteocyte properties for bone morphology, map neural networks, study vasculature, and understand development of bio structures.
Optimize your processes and analyze failures. Use non-destructive submicron imaging of intact packages for defect localization and characterization. Measure buried features in three dimensions. Xradia Versa offer the industry’s highest resolution, non-destructive solution for 3D submicron imaging that complements or replaces physical cross sectioning methods.