Digital Detector Array (DDA)
James Fisher NDT (JF NDT) can offer customers digital detector array (DDA) radiographic inspection.
All materials that could be inspected using standard film based radiographic techniques can be inspected using Digital techniques. The DDA is a direct capture method which allows the X-Ray process to be fully automated. Images are captured with the DDA, directly converted to a digital image and displayed in the viewing software for interpretation.
JF NDT has experience working with a wide range of industries, such as the aerospace and automotive industries. All JF NDT digital radiography staff are third party trained and approved in accordance with NAS 410 and EN4179 standard and JF NDT is accredited to ISO/IEC 17025:2005 and approved by Nadcap and Rolls Royce PLC.
Some of the advantages of using digital detector array (DDA) include:
- DDA achieves a substantial reduction in exposure time in comparison to conventional film radiography. Images are captured in seconds and instantly transmitted to the analysis computer providing a much faster turnaround.
- The use of automation ensures a fast and repeatable inspection every time.
- Advanced digital processing algorithms enhance the ease and quality of the inspection process.
- All images and analysis are stored electronically, providing quick, easy access and eliminating the need for large film storage areas.
- Customers can be given radiographic results in numerous formats to suit their needs, and results are easy to transmit to several locations, if required.
- Prices will not be forced upwards by the increasing costs of both film and treatment of film processing effluent.
- The process is filmless, paperless and doesn’t call for any development chemicals; therefore there are no waste products, which is better for the environment.
If you have any further enquiries about our DDA radiography services, please call us on +44 (0) 1244 520058 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.