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HCVP™Z60

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Technical Information PASS THROUGH X-RAY INSPECTION FOR TRUCKS, CONTAINERS AND AIR CARGO, WITH VIZUAL MATERIAL DISCRIMINATION Feature Highlights • Inspect loaded trucks, containers and vehicles at entrances to ports, airports and border crossings • High inspection rate with minimal system operators—100 vehicles per hour • Steel Penetration of up to 300mm (11.8in) @ 6MeV • Small footprint with low X-ray emission • Organic/inorganic material discrimination and colourization in a single scan The HCVP Z60 X-ray inspection system optimizes security checks at ports, airports and border crossings by inspecting trucks, containers, and vehicles for threats such as explosives, narcotics, weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) and contraband, as well as manifest verification; reducing the need for timely manual inspections. With its powerful 6MeV accelerator, steel penetration of 300mm (11.8in), and high throughput of up to 100 vehicles per hour, HCVP Z60 meets the most demanding security screening requirements. The system’s high performance imaging capability, known as viZual, provides the operator with detailed radioscopic images of the container or vehicle and its contents with organic and inorganic material discrimination and colorization based on atomic number, allowing for rapid and reliable results in a single scan. Our innovative automatic free-flow scanning procedure guarantees the constant flow of vehicles on site. The scanning process begins when the end of the driver’s cabin has been detected; the driver and cabin are not scanned during this process. The powerful DaiSy software provides operators with a variety of customizable image treatment options and comparison tools; to aid in the timely interpretation of images and verification of cargo. The additional EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) option enables data to be exchanged between HCVP Z60 and an existing customer database. Information can also been shared across multiple sites, through the DMS (Data Management System); enabling image operators to be centralized in one s

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Technical Data HCVP Z60 General specifications Nominal energy (MeV) Scanning principle 4/6MeV Interlaced Pass through X-ray system. Target vehicle is driven through at slow speed System specifications Scanning height Max. inspected vehicle dims. [W x H] Recommended crew Operating temperature Relative humidity Electrical consumption From 0.15m (lowest point) to 4.70m (0.49 - 15.42in) 3.50 x 4.70m (11.48 - 15.42in) 1 system operator, 2 image operators -20 to +43°C [+ 55°C optional] (-4 to 109.4°F [131°F optional]) Up to 100% Standard 30kVA + 12 kVA (if operator’s bungalow) Computer system...

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