Computed Radiography Scanners

DÜRR NDT provides comprehensive digitalization solutions for the NDT industry: Networked, digital radiography X-Ray systems combined with innovative X-Ray software. This includes high resolution imaging X-Ray plate scanners and flat panel X-Ray detectors, X-Ray software for image acquisition and evaluation, standard compliant digital archiving tools as well as the unique and holistic workflow management and reporting platform DRIVE NDT.


Digital Radiography Panels



Film Processing
Conventional Radiography

80% Less Cleaning

Save cleaning costs and minimize downtime

Reach Compliant

Diverse NDT Applications

Free of boric acid, hydroquinone and aldehyde

Proven in oil & gas, aerospace, nuclear and military applications

Film Processors


Proven technology - more than 250.000 units built


Reliable analysis due to highest resolution

Submersion tank

Prevents crystallization during stand-by


Long-lasting, tough and durable

NDT XRay Inspection Software

D-Tect X is the latest generation of DURR NDT’s proven X-Ray software for industrial radiography and was developed from the ground-up in close cooperation with level 3 experts and users. The result is a software solution that sets new standards in terms of performance and user-friendliness and at the same time is extremely flexible. Everything is covered: from image acquisition, image evaluation and report generation to data import and export.

Radiography Standards

CR Phantom

The CR Phantom can test all the important performance characteristics of a CR scanner system including basic spatial resolution (unsharpness), contrast, MTF, laser beam jitter, scanner slipping, and scanner shading. These tests are described in detail in the ISO 16371-1 and ASTM E 2445 standards and should be performed periodically to ensure proper and accurate system operation. For easy use of the CR Phantom, a test procedure and the D-Tect Viewer software are available for free download.

To meet the requirements of these standards, the DÜRR NDT CR Phantom includes two duplex wire-type IQIs and measuring points for shading correction positioned in both axis directions (horizontal and vertical). This allows all the required information to be mapped on the imaging plate with a single X-ray exposure – the CR Phantom does not need to be rotated to obtain the data of the second axis, resulting in more accurate test scores and significant time savings.