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Classification of grid radiology

Grid radiology is a device that improves the contrast of X-ray images.Therefore, Newheek X-ray grid is divided into a variety of types and models.
Linear grid radiology: it is an anti-scattering grid radiology composed of grating strips of high absorbing materials and high transmission clearance that are parallel to each other along the longitudinal direction.
Parallel grid radiology: the planes of the absorption bars are parallel to each other and perpendicular to the incidence plane.
Classification of grid radiology
Convergence grid radiology: the plane of each absorption grating, which converges into a straight line filter grating at a specified convergence distance.
Conical grid radiology: the height of each absorption bar of linear filter grating decreases with the increase of the distance between the absorption bar and the actual Central Line, which is symmetric with the actual Central Line.
Cross grid radiology: two linear filter gratings are combined so that the direction of their absorption gratings can be thought of as an Angle scattering filter gratings.
Static grid radiology: scatterproof filter grating that does not move relative to the radiation beam when used.
Active grid radiology: prevent scattering filter gratings in use. When the radiation beam passes through, accessories can make the anti-scattering filter gratings move, so as to avoid absorbing the imaging of the grating and the anti-scattering filter gratings that cause information loss.
There are many types of Newheek grid radiology, which can meet your different purchase needs.


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