(PRWEB) October 14, 2013
As a service-oriented company, Vidisco, is constantly seeking ways to improve customer support. An important part of providing good service is to help X-ray users learn more about the developments in the field, particularly about digital X-ray.
Wiki X-ray offers a wide variety of definitions of terms and concepts. The definitions include basic terms like “non-destructive testing” and “digital radiography”. More technical terms like digital detector array (DDA)” and “fluoroscopic screens” are also explained. Wiki X-ray further explains about analytic tools such as “histogram equalization” and “window leveling tools”. Furthermore, there are also elaborate explanations about terms used to describe an plethora or defects that can be found when analyzing X-ray in non destructive testing (NDT) inspections such as “slag”, undercut” fatigue cracks” and gas voids”. All the definitions and explanations include the use of images for clarity.
At Vidisco, we believe that Wiki X-ray will benefit both new and veteran X-ray users and allow them to get the most out of their digital X-ray system.
Ron Pincu, Vidisco’s Director of Sales – NDT Division, stated: “Vidisco takes pride in the outstanding service that it provides to its customers worldwide. The new Wiki X-ray section on our website is yet another one of our many efforts to better cater to our customers’ and prospective clients’ needs. In recent months Vidisco also launched a brand new website, added scores of images to our X-ray image galleries and translated the site to Spanish. It is our commitment to continue the efforts to ensure our users the very best in both service and products!”
Vidisco Ltd., established in 1988, is a leading designer and manufacturer of portable digital radiography systems. Vidisco’s portable inspection systems can be found in over 75 countries worldwide. The systems are used for a variety of NDT applications such as oil & gas, aerospace, shipyards, construction and art. In the security field, Vidisco’s digital X-ray systems are used for applications such as bomb detection and disposal, VIP protection, border control, customs, forensics, and more.