Scintacor’s micro-columnar CsI as seen in a Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM)- separate needles of CsI grow to form structure which has  light-guiding properties in the vertical direction Thallium doped micro-columnar Caesium Iodide (CsI) is a uniquely important material in the world of X-Ray detection devices. For Scintacor its special properties...

Traditionally, Scintacor has produced FOS caesium iodide (CsI) X-ray scintillators. These are made up of a layer of CsI deposited on a fibre-optic faceplate (FOP) and then coated over with a protective film. The faceplates are composed of compressed bundles of glass optical fibres which transfer the photons created in...

New Technical Director Scintacor

Scintacor is delighted to welcome Andrew Lee to our team in the role of Technical Director. Andrew is an experienced and versatile Manager, Engineer, and Scientist with a BSc (Hons) in Applied Physics from Durham University. Experienced in managing many aspects of a technology-based product company including Product Development, Production,...

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