X-Ray Grid, Core Part of the X-Ray System

https://korean-electronics.com//inquiry[INQ. NO. 1802E05] X-ray Grid is the flagship product of JPI Healthcare. X-ray scattering occurs when an X-ray for medical diagnosis passes through the human body. X-ray Grid absorbs the scattered rays and passes other X-rays and delivers them to a film or detector and makes patient diagnoses accurate and easy. In the case of X-rays, X-ray Grid is an integral part of X-ray equipment because X-rays generates a lot of scattered rays while passing through a subject with a thickness of 10 cm or more.
JPI Healthcare has continuously developed a cutting-edge grid to keep pace with the rapidly changing era of digital medical devices. In addition, the company is making a special grid optimized for the newly emerging breast cancer diagnostic X-ray sector through a new manufacturing method and already successfully developed a grid that befits next-generation 3D X-ray diagnostic equipment in this sector. JPI Healthcare is a Korean export-leading manufacturing company that has been recognized for its know-how and quality accumulated for about 30 years in the field of grid components. In particular, JPI Healthcare’s technological prowess has been well recognized to the extent that global leaders such as GE Healthcare and Siemens are using its grid parts.
JPI Healthcare is more than an X-ray component and equipment company; it is your imaging solution provider. Since 1980, JPI has contributed to the improvement of the quality of healthcare, and continues to develop new technologies that advance the ever-changing field of radiology. JPI works closely with X-ray equipment manufacturers to enhance image quality, ensuring early intervention through proper diagnosis.
JPI’s core competency is its ever diligent R&D team and commitment to manufacturing superior products and components. JPI Healthcare is confident in both its conventional as well as digital X-ray product lines.

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