What is X-Ray Irradiation?
Similar to Electron Beam (E-Beam), X-Ray Processing is power by electricity. X-Ray starts as an electron beam where electrons are generated and accelerated to gain energy. Electrons are generated in Equipment with an energy typically between 1-5 MeV and at a high power in the hundreds of kW (kilowatts). The Electrons are then focused on a specific metal target of high atomic number. X-Ray sterilization offer better penetration characteristics then either Gamma or E-Beam. The X-Ray’s deeper penetration allow for this technique to be use on many products and packaging configurations that E-Beam cannot. That able to use on product made of all types of materials including metals, liquids, high density and multicomponent product, with and no residual effects.
How it Works ?
Sterina's compliance is continually maintained across numerous regulations, such as ISO 11137, ISO 9001 and also have licence from Indonesia’s Nuclear Energy Regulatory Agency.
X-Ray Irradiation Process
Finish good products are received in Sterina and scheduled for Sterilization/Irradiation services
Products are loaded onto a trolley for transport into the irradiation/sterilization room
Products are exposed to X-Ray until the required dose is achieved
Irradiated products are unloaded from the trolley system
Products are ready to release and dispatch