Improved accuracy and efficiency in X-ray imaging
A flexible solution that can be used to study a wide sample range
Sensitive detection of defects and inhomogeneities in research
Easy to use and can be integrated into almost any existing system.
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My team and I would like to guide you through the learning curve in grating based imaging.
Let us help you transform your research with quality-controlled equipment and expert support from our team.
With our vast experience in making gratings for energy ranges between 1 keV and 100 keV, we can provide tailored solutions that fit your unique research needs.
We will customize solutions to meet your specific research needs with our expertise in phase-contrast techniques such as edge illumination or propagation-based imaging.
We use our expertise in integrating setups into existing equipment to help you optimize your research capabilities.
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The system is designed to allow for very quick and easy setup. The setup of the mechanical parts can be done within half an hour and the first pictures can be taken as soon as the stepping motor is connected to a computer running the motor software.
The Talint system is nearly independent of the source and detector. Here are some examples that were used with our Talint system:
1. Microfocus source and detector with75µm pixel size.
2. Rotating a node source and detector with 300µm pixel size for human lung diagnostics.
3. Good visibility was reported forsource sizes up to 400 µm.
This highly depends on the samples you are interested in. In general: phase contrast is better for 21 keV since the refraction is stronger for lower energies. However, for highly absorbing samples 40 keV may be better option due to higher transmission.
This depends heavily on the detector used by the costumer. The motor can be addressed via code.
Samples with low absorption contrast but high refraction contrast or high scattering are of main interest for the Talint system.
The distances of the gratings are fixed and can not be changed. The system can beused for energies aside from the design energy to a certain degree but that will induce a loss of visibility. If you are interested in other energies orgrating distances please contact us directly and we will discuss with you if a Talint LAB system would be a viable option.
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