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​About phoenix|x-ray​

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Built on a 30-year heritage, the award-winning phoenix|x-ray 3D industrial X-ray inspection and CT scanners redefine non-destructive 3D testing. The phoenix|x-ray portfolio is comprised of proven solutions built on patented innovations and deep expertise in technology, industries and applications. Innovations such as unique scatter|correct artifact reduction, high-flux|target, ruby|plate and true|position make industrial CT scanning faster, more precise and improve 3D metrology workflows and accuracy.

The phoenix|x-ray portfolio consists of:

phoenix precision line: In-depth CT for NDT and Metrology in engineering, quality and R&D
→ phoenix nanotom m
→ phoenix v|tome|x s
→ phoenix v|tome|x m
→ phoenix v|tome|x L 300-450

phoenix production line: In-line CT & 2D for process and 100% inspection in manufacturing lines
→ phoenix v|tome|x c
→ x|cubes
→ speed|scan 64

phoenix performance line: In-depth & in-line inspection for electronics
→ phoenix x|aminer
→ phoenix microme|x
→ phoenix nanome|x

Supported by cutting-edge technology
→ phoenix datos|x
→ phoenix x|act
→ planarCT
→ scatter|correct
→ dynamic 41|100 41|200 detector
→ High flux|target

The rich heritage of phoenix|x-ray inspection systems began in 1999, with a team of X-ray luminaries working in a double garage in Wunstorf, Germany. After rapidly rising to recognition as leading innovators in high resolution 2D X-ray inspection systems, the phoenix|x-ray team invented the first industrial nano-focus X-ray tube in 2001.

While 2D X-ray inspection offered new competencies, it was unable to display overlapping parts separately and allow non-destructive measurements of hidden surfaces -- capabilities available solely via computed tomography (CT). In 2001, however, CT scanning was only feasible via immense constructions in large scientific laboratories. In 2003, phoenix|x-ray began closing the gap with a high resolution industrial CT system, the phoenix v|tome|x (vee-tomex) product family under the brand name Seifert.

In 2007, GE Inspection Technologies – now part of Baker Hughes, a GE Company -- acquired phoenix|x-ray. By combining GE’s high resolution inspection and industrial CT technology range with Seifert’s high power mini-focus X-ray inspection business, a powerhouse of comprehensive industrial X-ray inspection and CT solutions was born, now known as the x|plore industrial X-ray and CT product line.

GE’s Inspection Technologies’ CT business was lauded with Frost & Sullivan’s 2019 Best Practice Award for Global Industrial CT Solutions Market Leader and Frost & Sullivan’s 2016 Company of the Year Award. GE’s business headquarters, including R&D, product management, sales, inspection services, Customer Solutions Center (CSC) and several production plants are located in Wunstorf, near Hannover in northern Germany, with many other CSC’s around the globe.


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