This video shows how QSA Global, Inc.’s SENTINEL 1075 SCARPro gamma radiography source projector and the included contact fixture kit can help you obtain up to 98% reduction in exclusion zones compared to conventional radiography techniques.
Need to change your 1075 SCARPro from a category II projection-style source projector to a category I close-contact configuration? Theo Ewing, from the QSA Global, Inc. Baton Rouge Service Center, has you covered in this step-by-step instructional video.
The 1075 SCARPro includes a contact fixture kit that you can securely mount to any diameter pipe to help you obtain up to 98% reduction in exclusion zones compared to conventional radiography techniques. Contact shots are typically preferred on piping 3" OD and above. Learn more about the 1075 SCARPro
Theo Ewing, from the QSA Global, Inc. Baton Rouge Service Center, explains how to properly perform a misconnect test on the SENTINEL 880 Series Delta Gamma-Ray Source Projector. This quick and simple misconnect test should be performed on a quarterly basis or any time you have a change in controls or projectors.
Theo Ewing, from the QSA Global, Inc. Baton Rouge Service Center, walks you through the inspection points you should perform on your drive cable when you are doing the daily inspection of your SENTINEL Gamma-Ray Source Projector.
Performing Leak Tests on your SENTINEL Gamma-Ray Source Projector ensures the device is safely shielding the radioactive source. Theo Ewing, from the QSA Global, Inc. Baton Rouge Service Center, walks you through how to perform a Leak Test using a SENTINEL 880 Series Source Projector. You should perform a Leak Test on your DU Shielded Body once a year and on your sealed radioisotope sources every 6 months to ensure there is no contamination.