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How to correctly place and use the X-ray grid

How should we use and place it to properly use the X-ray grid to filter scattered light and improve image quality? Let’s take a look at it.
The X-ray grid must be standardized when used, otherwise it will not be able to filter out the scattered rays and fail to achieve the purpose of use. The X-ray grid is divided into two sides. The front is the focus plane. The focus plane and the focus plane are literally understood as the side facing the focus of the X-ray tube, that is, the side with the convergence line. When placing the X-ray grid, you must pay attention to the focus. Face the X-ray incident direction. The other side of the focal plane is called the back focal plane. Pay attention to the X-ray irradiation direction during exposure. On the basis of not deviating from the center line of the X-ray grid, the X-ray center line can be inclined at a certain angle according to the inclination direction of the lead rod, so that the X-ray radiation direction is consistent with the lead.
This can ensure that the maximum amount of original emission lines pass through the x-ray grid, ensuring image quality. We are a manufacturer of X-ray machines and their accessories. If you have any needs for grids, please feel free to contact us. Whatsapp:+86 18953613955. Email: service@newheek.com

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