3D X-Ray launches new flat panel for restricted space


3D X-Ray recently introduced its new smaller Threatscan AS2 flat panel for the company’s portable x-ray system, at this year’s Intersec show in Dubai. The new panel has been specifically designed for operators working in areas where access is very restricted.

A smaller footprint with a slightly improved resolution as its big brother, the AS1, using the latest glassless technology inside to reduce size and weight. It boasts an excellent dead zone cut off, down to less than 3mm on two sides. Another advantage of the new panel is that its reduced size and weight make it ideal for backpacking and rapid deployment.

3D X-Ray, CEO, Vincent Deery said, “Intersec is always a very good event and location to start our year and this year we are delighted to introduce the new Threatscan AS2 to the 3D X-Ray range of products. We are talking to our customers and are always innovating to meet their evolving needs. It was clear to us from that dialogue that operators often find themselves struggling to deploy the larger panels in very restricted spaces. So, we took it upon ourselves to address the issue by designing the Threatscan AS2to meet those operational requirements and are very pleased to introduce it at Intersec.”

In addition to the Threatscan AS2on show, 3DX-Ray also presented established products already in service with EOD units worldwide, the Threatscan-AS1(ISC), Threatscan-LS1 and the Threatscan-LS3.