PROBA2l ESA satellite PROBA2's EUV Imager using P43 Scintillator coating Supplied by Scintacor  The PROBA2 Science Center, located at the Royal Observatory of Belgium in Brussels, oversees scientific operations and data processing for ESA's PROBA2 spacecraft.PROBA2 is a small ESA satellite with a scientific mission to explore the activity of...

NASA's MESSENGER Spacecraft NASA's MESSENGER spacecraft orbited Mercury for more than four years. Among its accomplishments, the mission determined Mercury’s surface composition, revealed its geological history, discovered details about its internal magnetic field, and verified its polar deposits are dominantly water-ice. Measurements by X-ray, gamma-ray, and neutron spectrometers on the MESSENGER...

The excellent sensitivity and robustness of our phosphor-based intensifying screens allow for reliable, high-resolution X-ray imaging for mail, parcel, baggage, and cargo inspection and for use in industrial NDT, health and safety, and quality control. Scintacor’s in-house laser cutting and CNC milling systems means that we can fully customise the...

As part of our contribution to the fight against COVID-19 Scintacor are repurposing 3D printers in our Cambridge facility to make face shields for local NHS healthcare workers. Scintacor would like to take this opportunity to thank all the NHS staff and essential workers!rs. If you would like to join this...

Large-area-CsI:Ti scintillators up to 310mm x 310mm active area Scintacor’s Caesium Iodode CsI scintillators have long been at the heart of many dental X-ray devices. Now with the capability of up to 310mm-square active area we are able to offer the same high-quality scintillators for use in mammography, cone beam...

In this interview, AZoM talks to Ed Bullard and Martin Lewis, CEO and Principal Engineer at Scintacor respectively, about Scintacor, the company's products, capabilities, and vision for the future.   Ed Bullard: "We want to expand the range of products we offer. Moving beyond the specific dental X-ray market into...

31st October –  7th November 2020 – Please drop by our Virtual Booth to find out about our latest Scintillator solutions for Medical, Security, and Research applications. Scintacor is the leading independent supplier of area scintillators for the conversion of different types of radiation into light. Our experience and expertise in...

Pixi (Planetary In-Situ X-ray Imager) projectScintacor is collaborating with eXaminArt, on the Nasa funded PIXI (Planetary In-Situ X-ray Imager) project to develop an in-situ high-resolution X-ray computed tomography (microCT) instrument to analyse geological samples on the surface of Mars. The instrument will double as an X-ray spectrometer to map the...

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