The HCVM XT series of X-ray screening systems is designed to optimize security checks at ports, airports and border crossings. It reduces the need for manual inspection of complete trucks (cabin included), containers and vehicles by verifying manifests and checking for threats such as explosives, narcotics, weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) and contraband.
The HCVM XT uses a dual energy 6/4MeV accelerator and enhanced detection line, allowing steel penetration of more than 330mm @ 24m/min.
A high maximum throughput of 25 (typical 20) trucks per hour can be achieved in mobile mode; and a maximum of 120 (typical 100) trucks per hour in pass through mode. Up to three operators can be accommodated in the cabin.
High performance imaging equips operators with detailed radioscopic images of the container or vehicle to generate rapid and reliable results.
The optional addition of automatic radioactive material detection (iCMORETM Radioactivity), enables simultaneous X-ray inspection and analysis to detect the presence of radioactive gamma and/or neutron materials.
Based on a trailer chassis, the HCVM T systems can be towed from site to site by a standard tractor as required. Road clearance complies with the majority of road regulations.
It offers ease of operation and a small footprint with minimal external infrastructure requirements; and yet meets the most demanding, international security screening standards.
- Inspect loaded trucks, containers and vehicles at ports, airports and
- High throughput of up to 25 trucks per hour in mobile mode and up to 120 trucks per hour in pass through mode
- Steel Penetration up to 330mm (12.99”) @ 6/4MeV
- Small footprint
- Advanced technology, viZualTM, provides a high performance imaging capability with organic/inorganic material discrimination and colorization in a single scan