Offering accurate, reliable, and repeatable results for a wide range of applications from preclinical Cancer Research to industrial NDT, our x-ray irradiation systems are the most frequently used in the world.
Precision leads technological change in preclinical radiation research by listening to the needs of its customers. Advances in the understanding of the molecular biology of cancer, combined with rapid technological advances in radiation therapy targeting and delivery are emphasizing the need for greater capacity to study radiation effects in complex systems.
Precision stays abreast of these advances and develops new applications and new equipment to meet expanding customer application needs.
Precision’s X-ray machines allow the researchers to test novel and current treatments in combination with radiation. X-ray machines offer the ability to mimic the radiation dose that would occur in a clinic.
Stem cells allow the patient to regrow or repair parts of the body. Radiation can be used to decrease the host’s immune system for introduction of stem cells. Stem cells can also be used to rescue tissue from radiation injury.
In many areas, insect populations are too high causing a burden on the human inhabitants. Using X-rays, male insects can be sterilized. They are then released back in the environment but cannot procreate. Over time this can reduce the insect population.
Many products are unable to use an autoclave to sterilize. At high doses X-ray cabinets can be used to sterilize virus, bacteria and fungi from surfaces. Since cannabis is grown all over and has different standards, it has the potential to harbor fungi and bacteria. It is imperative to ensure the safety of the product before distribution.