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Baltograph TSD160/3

Product Code: F00.0145

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The TSD 160/3 is a monopolar tube designed for radioscopy installations or for applications where working cycle is extremely important. Indeed, the tube is mounted with two identical small size filaments adapted to the radiography or radioscopy of light alloys, composites or small steel thicknesses. One filament can be considered as a spare of the other one and due to the fact that sizes are identical, can replace a broken filament without the need of re-qualification of the technique or a change in the perameters.

The outside diameter of the housing is barely 100mm which will ensure that the tube can be inserted even in tiny spaces. The tube shielding is internal and reduces the radiation leakage to less than 1 R/h @ 1m as requred by International standards. In and out fluid nlets are mounted with universal connectors while the HV plug cone is R24

This tube can be used with all brands of generators provided that the load curves can be adapted.

Max. high voltage: 160kV
Nominal power: 640/640
Focal spot size (EN12543): 1-1
Beam angle: 40°
Target angle: 20°
Inherent Filtration (mm): 0.8 Be
Anode cooling type: Water
Cooling flow rate: 4l/min
Leakage: 2.5mSv/h @ 1m
Max current: 15/15mA
Weight: 8Kg
Tubehead: Metal Ceramic

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Product Code F00.0145

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