X-ray films

KODAK INDUSTREX

Kodak IndustrexGet the T-Grain Emulsion Advantages
KODAK INDUSTREX Films with T-GRAIN Emulsion off er a brand new, state-of-the-art technology that’s specifi cally designed for industrial radiographic testing applications. What does that mean for you?
Outstanding Image Quality
With a cool, clean image tone and low noise, you get a sharp, clear image every time.
Convenient Processing Flexibility
The fi lms work well in standard process cycles—but they’re just as eff ective in longer or shorter process cycles.
Superb Durability
The fi lms are static resistant, more heat resistant than conventional systems, incredibly sturdy, and you’ll get fewer artifacts from handling.

Types

DR50

M100

MX125

T200

AA400

HS800

KODAK INDUSTREX DR50

KODAK INDUSTREX DR50 Film is specifi cally designed for use in multi-fi lm techniques in your demanding radiographic environment. With both high-voltage x-rays and gamma rays, DR50 will deliver consistently high contrast, very fi ne granularity, and superior sensitivity to meet your testing needs. It incorporates Carestream Health’s patented T-GRAIN Emulsion technology for superb results with direct x-rays or lead foil screens.
The Basics
DR50 Film is an extremely durable slow-speed film with very fi ne grain. It withstands high temperature and high humidity, and resists both handling and static artifacts. This fi lm is classifi ed as ASTM E 1815 Class Special and EN 584-1 Class 1.
Recommended Uses
KODAK INDUSTREX DR50 Film is available in many sizes and packaging formats, and it’s designed for a wide range of applications, including:
Aircraft inspection, Assemblies, Castings, Electrical components, Composite, fibre-reinforced, Forensics, Munitions, bomb disposal, Nuclear applications, Welded fabrication.

Processing Options
DR50 Film can be processed manually or automatically in a range of processing cycles.
Notice: Observe precautionary information on product labels and Material Safety Data Sheets. Develop with rack and tank, using properly replenished solutions.
Automatic Processing
See Carestream Health publication TI-2621, Processing KODAK INDUSTREX Films, for additional information on automatic processing.
Film Characteristics (Sensitometric)
ISO/EN exposure conditions: 200/220 kV, lead screens; KODAK INDUSTREX Single Part Developer Replenisher and KODAK INDUSTREX LO Fixer and Replenisher.

KODAK INDUSTREX Processors/Cycles Base + Fog Contrast1
M43IC—8 min 79°F (26°C) 0.19 5.4
M43IC—5 min 86°F (30°C) 0.20 5.55

1 Contrast calculated between net densities of 1.5 and 3.5.

Manual Processing
See Carestream Health publication TI-2643, Guide to Manual Processing of KODAK INDUSTREX Films, for additional information on manual processing.
Develop with rack and tank, using properly replenished solutions.

Developer Temperature Time Agitation
KODAK Industrex
Single Part Developer
Replenisher
68ºF (20ºC) 5 minutes Intermittent
(5 seconds,
every 30 seconds)
72ºF (22ºC) 4 minutes
75ºF (24ºC) 3 minutes
79ºF (26ºC) 2 minutes

DR50 AutomaticExposure:
220 kV Direct X-rays with lead screens

Processing:
KODAK INDUSTREX Processor
KODAK INDUSTREX Chemicals

Densitometry:
Diffuse Visual

DR50 ManualExposure:
220 kV Direct X-rays with lead screens

Processing:
Manual; KODAK INDUSTREX Single Part
Developer Replenisher

Densitometry:
Diffuse Visual

 

 

KODAK INDUSTREX M100

KODAK INDUSTREX M100 Film gives you outstanding sharpness— in fact, we’ve set the standard in this industry. The fi lm’s excellent sensitivity and low speed make it the perfect choice for critical inspections of a wide range of materials. You’ll have confi dence that you’ll fi nd what you’re looking for—whether it’s a pipe weld, an aerospace engine, or a sculpture that you’re imaging.
The Basics
M100 Film is an ASTM E 1815 Class I fi lm that off ers very fine grain with extremely high contrast and definition. And it’s versatile— you can use it with direct x-rays or with lead foil screens.
Recommended Uses
KODAK INDUSTREX M100 Film is available in a wide range of sizes and packaging formats, and it’s designed for applications such as:
Aircraft inspection, Aero-engines, Assemblies, Electrical components, Castings, Composites, fibre-reinforced,  Forensics, Munitions, bomb disposal, Nuclear applications, Paintings, sculptures, Pipelines, Welded abrication


Processing Options
M100 Film can be processed manually or automatically in a range of processing cycles.
Notice: Observe precautionary information on product labels and Material Safety Data Sheets. Develop with rack and tank, using properly replenished solutions.
Automatic Processing
See Carestream Health publication TI-2621, Processing KODAK INDUSTREX Films, for additional information on automatic processing.
Film Characteristics (Sensitometric)
ISO/EN exposure conditions: 200/220 kV, lead screens; KODAK INDUSTREX Single Part Developer Replenisher and KODAK INDUSTREX LO Fixer and Replenisher.

KODAK INDUSTREX Processors/Cycles Base + Fog Contrast1
M43IC—8 min 79°F (26°C) 0.19 5.4
M43IC—5 min 86°F (30°C) 0.19 5.25

1 Contrast calculated between net densities of 1.5 and 3.5.

Manual Processing
See Carestream Health publication TI-2643, Guide to Manual Processing of KODAK INDUSTREX Films, for additional information on manual processing.
Develop with rack and tank, using properly replenished solutions.

Developer Temperature Time Agitation
KODAK Industrex
Single Part Developer
Replenisher
68ºF (20ºC) 5 minutes Intermittent
(5 seconds,
every 30 seconds)
72ºF (22ºC) 4 minutes
75ºF (24ºC) 3 minutes
79ºF (26ºC) 2 minutes

M100 AutomaticExposure:
220 kV Direct X-rays with lead screens

Processing:
KODAK INDUSTREX Processor
KODAK INDUSTREX Chemicals

Densitometry:
Diffuse Visual

M100 ManualExposure:
220 kV Direct X-rays with lead screens

Processing:
Manual; KODAK INDUSTREX Single Part
Developer Replenisher

Densitometry:
Diffuse Visual

 

 

KODAK INDUSTREX MX125

Simply put, KODAK INDUSTREX MX125 Film is tough. Tough as nails. Its static resistance is unparalleled in the industry, and its heat resistance is remarkable. The fi lm is extremely durable; it can withstand the toughest handling (and even darkroom practices).
It can also survive high humidity, and it’s much less susceptible to handling artifacts than most films.
The Basics
MX125 Film incorporates Carestream Health’s patented T-GRAIN Emulsion technology. This medium-speed fi lm offers very fine grain and very high contrast. It has excellent sensitivity, so it’s perfect for critical radiography—especially with high energy. You can use it with direct x-rays or with lead foil screens. This fi lm is classifi ed as ASTM E 1815 Class I.
Recommended Uses
KODAK INDUSTREX MX125 Film is available in many sizes and packaging formats, and it’s designed for a wide range of applications, including:
Aircraft inspection, Aero-engines, Archeological artifacts, Assemblies, Electrical components, Castings, Composites, fibre-reinforced, Forensics, Forestry, Munitions, bomb disposal, Nuclear applications, Paintings, sculptures, Pipelines, Welded fabrication
Processing Options
MX125 Film can be processed manually or automatically in a range of processing cycles.
Notice: Observe precautionary information on product labels and Material Safety Data Sheets. Develop with rack and tank, using properly replenished solutions.
Automatic Processing
See Carestream Health publication TI-2621, Processing
KODAK INDUSTREX Films, for additional information on
automatic processing.
Film Characteristics (Sensitometric)
ISO/EN exposure conditions: 200/220 kV, lead screens; KODAK INDUSTREX Single Part Developer
Replenisher and KODAK INDUSTREX LO Fixer and Replenisher.

KODAK INDUSTREX Processors/Cycles Base + Fog Contrast1
M43IC—8 min 79°F (26°C) 0.20 5.15
M43IC—5 min 86°F (30°C) 0.20 5.5

1 Contrast calculated between net densities of 1.5 and 3.5.
Manual Processing
See Carestream Health publication TI-2643, Guide to Manual
Processing of KODAK INDUSTREX Films, for additional information
on manual processing.
Develop with rack and tank, using properly replenished solutions.

Developer Temperature Time Agitation
KODAK Industrex
Single Part Developer
Replenisher
68ºF (20ºC) 5 minutes Intermittent
(5 seconds,
every 30 seconds)
72ºF (22ºC) 4 minutes
75ºF (24ºC) 3 minutes
79ºF (26ºC) 2 minutes

MX125 AutomaticExposure:
220 kV Direct X-rays with lead screens

Processing:
KODAK INDUSTREX Processor
KODAK INDUSTREX Chemicals

Densitometry:
Diffuse Visual

MX125 ManualExposure:
220 kV Direct X-rays with lead screens

Processing:
Manual; KODAK INDUSTREX Single Part
Developer Replenisher

Densitometry:
Diffuse Visual

 

 

KODAK INDUSTREX T200

KODAK INDUSTREX T200 Film is recommended for critical imaging applications, since it can be used in multiple film loads to provide you with an extended imaging range. Best of all, it incorporates Carestream Health’s patented T-GRAIN Emulsion technology.
The Basics
T200 Film is a medium-speed, high-contrast fi lm with very fine grain. T200 Film is an En 584-1 Class 4 film and our fastest ASTM E 1815 Class I fi lm. It’s tough and durable—T200 Film can withstand high temperatures, and it’s less susceptible to handling and static artifacts. It’s also versatile--you can use it with direct x-rays or with lead foil screens.
Recommended Uses
KODAK INDUSTREX T200 Film is available in a wide range of sizes and packaging formats, and it’s specially designed for applications such as:
Aircraft inspection, Aero-engines, Assemblies, Electrical components, Archeological artifacts, Castings, Forensics, Forestry, Munitions, bomb disposal, Nuclear applications, Paintings, sculptures, Pipelines, Welded fabrication
Processing Options
T200 Film can be processed manually or automatically in a range of processing cycles.
Notice: Observe precautionary information on product labels and Material Safety Data Sheets. Develop with rack and tank, using properly replenished solutions.
Automatic Processing
See Carestream Health publication TI-2621, Processing KODAK INDUSTREX Films, for additional information on automatic processing.
Film Characteristics (Sensitometric)
ISO/EN exposure conditions: 200/220 kV, lead screens; KODAK INDUSTREX Single Part Developer Replenisher and KODAK INDUSTREX LO Fixer and Replenisher.

KODAK INDUSTREX Processors/Cycles Base + Fog Contrast1
M43IC—8 min 79°F (26°C) 0.20 4.7
M43IC—5 min 86°F (30°C) 0.20 4.7

1 Contrast calculated between net densities of 1.5 and 3.5.
Manual Processing
See Carestream Health publication TI-2643, Guide to Manual Processing of KODAK INDUSTREX Films, for additional information
on manual processing.
Develop with rack and tank, using properly replenished solutions.

Developer Temperature Time Agitation
KODAK Industrex
Single Part Developer
Replenisher
68ºF (20ºC) 5 minutes Intermittent
(5 seconds,
every 30 seconds)
72ºF (22ºC) 4 minutes
75ºF (24ºC) 3 minutes
79ºF (26ºC) 2 minutes

T200 AutomaticExposure:
220 kV Direct X-rays with lead screens

Processing:
KODAK INDUSTREX Processor
KODAK INDUSTREX Chemicals

Densitometry:
Diffuse Visual

T200 ManualExposure:
220 kV Direct X-rays with lead screens

Processing:
Manual; KODAK INDUSTREX Single Part
Developer Replenisher

Densitometry:
Diffuse Visual

 

 

KODAK INDUSTREX AA400

KODAK INDUSTREX AA400 Film is extremely versatile, which makes it a great solution for many industrial applications. You can use it in multiple-fi lm radiography and in single-fi lm techniques— and with direct x-rays or with lead foil screens. Best of all, AA400 Film incorporates Carestream Health’s patented T-GRAIN Emulsion technology.
The Basics
AA400 Film is an ASTM E 1815-96 Class II fi lm that off ers high speed, high contrast and gives you a fine-grain image. This film offers incredibly robust handling characteristics. It can withstand high temperatures and humidity, and it is resistant to static artifacts— so you get the image you need, whatever the conditions you’re working under.
Recommended Uses
KODAK INDUSTREX AA400 Film is available in a wide range of sizes and packaging formats, and it’s designed for applications such as:
Aircraft inspection, Aero-engines, Archeological artifacts, Assemblies, Castings, Concrete, Electrical components, Forensics, Forestry, Munitions, bomb disposal, Nuclear applications, Pipelines, Tires, Welded fabrication
Processing Options
AA400 Film can be processed manually or automatically in a range of processing cycles.
Notice: Observe precautionary information on product labels and Material Safety Data Sheets. Develop with rack and tank, using properly replenished solutions.
Automatic Processing
See Carestream Health publication TI-2621, Processing KODAK INDUSTREX Films, for additional information on automatic processing.
Film Characteristics (Sensitometric)
ISO/EN exposure conditions: 200/220 kV, lead screens; KODAK INDUSTREX Single Part Developer Replenisher and KODAK INDUSTREX LO Fixer and Replenisher.

KODAK INDUSTREX Processors/Cycles Base + Fog Contrast1
M43IC—8 min 79°F (26°C) 0.20 4.7
M43IC—5 min 86°F (30°C) 0.20 4.65

1 Contrast calculated between net densities of 1.5 and 3.5.
Manual Processing
See Carestream Health publication TI-2643, Guide to Manual Processing of KODAK INDUSTREX Films, for additional information on manual processing.
Develop with rack and tank, using properly replenished solutions.

Developer Temperature Time Agitation
KODAK Industrex
Single Part Developer
Replenisher
68ºF (20ºC) 5 minutes Intermittent
(5 seconds,
every 30 seconds)
72ºF (22ºC) 4 minutes
75ºF (24ºC) 3 minutes
79ºF (26ºC) 2 minutes

AA400 AutomaticExposure:
220 kV Direct X-rays with lead screens

Processing:
KODAK INDUSTREX Processor
KODAK INDUSTREX Chemicals

Densitometry:
Diffuse Visual

AA400 ManualExposure:
220 kV Direct X-rays with lead screens

Processing:
Manual; KODAK INDUSTREX Single Part
Developer Replenisher

Densitometry:
Diffuse Visual

 

 

KODAK INDUSTREX High-Speed HS800

KODAK INDUSTREX High-Speed HS800 Film is Carestream Health’s most versatile fi lm for non-destructive testing. Now you can use one fi lm for any exposure method, whether it’s direct x-rays, lead screen, fl uorescent screen, or fl uorometallic screen. Combined with KODAK LANEX Fast Screens, HS800 Film offers more speed than any fi lm-screen combination available today.
The Basics
HS800 Film offers high speed and high contrast with Carestream Health’s T-GRAIN Emulsion technology. This medium-grain film can be processed in automatic processing chemicals in the short 5-minute cycle, or manually in a 2-minute cycle. With a cold image tone and high gloss fi nish, you get the image you need, whatever the conditions you’re working under.
Recommended Uses
Designed for any radiographic application where a short exposure time is an advantage, HS800 Film is suitable for inspection of:
Thick-wall castings, Concrete, Pipeline and lay barge applications, Bridges, Construction
Processing Options
HS800 Film can be processed manually or automatically in a range of processing cycles using KODAK INDUSTREX Single Part Developer Replenisher and KODAK INDUSTREX LO Fixer and Replenisher.
For additional information on automatic processing, see Carestream Health publication TI-2621, Processing KODAK INDUSTREX Films. For additional information on manual processing, see Carestream Health publication TI-2643, Guide to Manual Processing of KODAK INDUSTREX Films.
Notice: Observe precautionary information on product labels and Material Safety Data Sheets.
Film Characteristics (Sensitometric)
ISO/EN exposure conditions: 200/220 kV, lead screens; KODAK INDUSTREX Single Part Developer Replenisher and KODAK INDUSTREX LO Fixer and Replenisher.

KODAK INDUSTREX Processors/Cycles Base + Fog Contrast1
M43IC—8 min 79°F (26°C) 0.22 4.4
M43IC—5 min 86°F (30°C) 0.23 4.3

1 Contrast calculated between net densities of 1.5 and 3.5.
Film Characteristics (Sensitometric)

Screen Base + Fog Relative Exposure1 Contrast1
Kyokko SMP 308 screen 0.225 1.8 4.1
Rennex screen 0.23 1 4.1
KODAK LANEX Fast Screen 0.23 0.25 4.8

1 HS800 Film with Rennex screen assigned a relative exposure of 1.

HS800 AutomaticExposure:
220 kV Direct X-rays with lead screens

Processing:
KODAK INDUSTREX Processor
KODAK INDUSTREX Chemicals

Densitometry:
Diffuse Visual

HS800 ManualExposure:
220 kV Direct X-rays with lead screens

Processing:
Manual; KODAK INDUSTREX Single Part
Developer Replenisher

Densitometry:
Diffuse Visual