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Is X-ray Orientation Analyzer Radiation Harmful?

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    August 14, 2019
    X-RAY is an ionizing radiation with a very short wavelength of about 40nm to 100nm. X-ray can penetrate human body, fiber, wood board, plastic, etc. It can penetrate for woodboard of about 1.5cm thickness, for human skin. The penetration ability is stronger, and x-ray can accumulate in the human body. Generally speaking, the greater the amount of x-ray exposure, the greater the damage to the human body. By damaging the white blood cells in the blood of the human body, the number of white blood cells in the blood is reduced, thereby causing a decrease in the immune function of the body, and a serious disease can be caused.

    The [u]X-ray Orientation Analyzer[/u] is a protective and safe inspection device whose outer casing can prevent x-ray light leakage. In the early days of x-ray discovery, researchers found that x-ray can penetrate most materials, but lead plates. Almost impossible to cross. The outer shell of the X-ray orientation analyzer takes advantage of this and uses a steel-lead-steel three-layer protection to prevent x-ray ray from seeping out. Therefore, although x-ray can cause certain harm to the human body, x-ray equipment can protect the x-ray equipment operator from being safer by adding a lead-containing casing to isolate x-rays from the outside world. Therefore, operators who use x-ray equipment for a long time need not worry about x-ray damage to the human body.

    At present, X-ray orientation analyzers are widely used in various industries, such as electronics industry, safety testing, new energy industry, clothing and other fields.