Shipping Containers and Shipping Cases - X-Ray Film Mailer, String/Button Closure, Contemporary, 18 x -- E8894Supplier: CompUSA
Description: Quality Park™ X-Ray Film Mailer No medical office should be without this mailer. Horizontal, file-style orientation makes content insertion and removal easy. String and button closure.
- Type: Envelope
Supplier: U.S. Plastic Corporation
Description: Add efficiency to assembly, work-in-process and picking applications in a wide range of industries. Made from fiberglass-reinforced polyester, Plexton Nest-Only Containers are ideal for storing, moving and shipping small parts, as well as autoclaves, healthcare and x-ray/security application
- Type: Bin
- Materials: Composite / Fiberglass
- Features: Nesting
Supplier: Wabash Container Corporation
Description: Do Not X-Ray
Supplier: Tyoga Container Company, Inc.
Description: Boldly display instructions and warnings with pressure sensitive labels. Table top dispensers available stock numbers SL9506, SL9512 and SL9518. Wall Mount dispensers available stock numbers LDM250, LDM450, LDM850 and LDM1250. 500 per roll.
Supplier: Biodex Medical Systems, Inc.
Description: Convenient Identification that Conforms to Government Standards Pressure Sensitive Shipping Labels Comply with Federal Regulations, Title 49 - Transportation of Hazardous Materials Regulations, Dept. of Transportation, 49CFR, Part 173 as to wording, symbols, size and colors. Pre-Strung Tag
- Type: Radiation (X-ray, Gamma Rays)
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Handbook of Particle Detection and Imaging
X - ray Shipping Container Examination Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
This meeting recommended approval of use of 10 MeV X rays for X raying whole shipping containers (truckloads) containing food.
X-ray backscatter imaging
Artist�s conception of a mobile backscatter X - ray system inspecting a shipping container .
Reducing and preventing organised crime: An evidence-based critique
Focus on stolen car parts: X - raying of all containers on ships leaving ports, checking against paperwork on stated contents Police and Customs .
� Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), Transport Canada (TC) and the Department of National Defence (DND) wish to inspect shipping containers for contraband using X - ray and Gamma-ray based security scanners .
The threat of a nuclear attack exists
On land, some detection devices use gamma rays to look inside a shipping container and create an X - ray -type image, but the size of a super-tanker and the thickness of the steel (especially with the use of double hulls) make �
Protecting the Wild
It involves use of a wide array of technologies, whatever is most appropriate for the task in hand: sniffer dogs and X - ray machines for vehicles and shipping contain- ers , user-friendly DNA testing kits and Smartphone apps to aid in spe �
The muon portal project: A dedicated muon detector for the inspection of shipping containers
Abstract�Traditional techniques, such as those based on X - rays absorption, to inspect shipping container in search of potential fissile threats cannot be employed on occupied vehicles and are of limited use in presence of a large amount of shielding materials.
Welcome message from the conference chair
ABSTRACT: Traditional techniques, such as those based on X - rays absorption, to inspect shipping container in search of potential fissile threats cannot be employed on occupied vehicles and are of limited use in presence of a large amount of shielding ma- terials.
Federal Register > Thursday, March 21, 1996 > [61 FR 11677] Office of Hazardous Materials Safety; Notice of Applications for Modification of Exemptions or Appl...
4To modify the exemption to provide for a change in the shipping container used to transport industrial x - ray instrumentation containing nonliquefied sulfur hexafluoxide.
*Australia upgrades maritime surveillance and protection
These enhancements have resulted in a dramatic 20-fold increase in the number of shipping containers being examined using rapid x - ray scans followed by image inspection, a process that takes approximately 10 to 15 minutes per container.
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ScanTech Sciences Inc., a new member company of Georgia Tech's Advanced Technology Development Center, has developed an electron beam / X - ray that can peer into steel shipping containers and other large receptacles.
This will add to a variety of port inspection assets supported from prior year funding, including radiation detection systems, large scale x - ray machines for trucks and oceangoing shipping containers , mobile vehicle and cargo inspection systems (VACIS), and isotope identifiers for international �
X-ray scan detection for cargo integrity
There are many materials and products shipped in cargo containers that emit gamma ( X - ray ) radiation � .
Introduction to Nanoscale Science and Technology
Yet another application pertains to homeland security: a portable X - ray source facilitates the screening ofpackages and shipping containers in the field, thereby increasing the possibility for early interception of illicit materials.