Visit Booth 412, Medtec Ireland
Many medical devices today, such as EpiPens and inhalers, are in convenient sizes that allow consumers to carry them in their bags. But how do you ensure that these critical devices can pass a quality test??
Computed Tomography (CT) X-ray scanning is a testing and inspection method that can be used in the medical device industry to provide visual proof of a device’s quality integrity.
These scanned images of an EpiPen and Inhaler were produced on a North Star Imaging (NSI) digital CT system. NSI has developed a range of 8 industrial digital X-ray and 3D CT systems that can scan devices using their efx-CT software.
NSI began in the field of industrial X-ray Testing in 1986 in Minnesota. The Company built its first Digital Radiography equipment in 1991 and first Computed Tomography system in 2002. From 2006, NSI widened its offering to include inspection services consulting for anyone needing X-ray and/or computed tomography scanning. The company also has a Technical Service & Support team that is on call 24/7 to address immediate global customer service needs.
In 2010, the company was acquired by ITW, a global multi-billion-dollar company with 51,000 employees across 56 countries. With ITW’s backing NSI gained even more strength and doubled the size of its facility in Minnesota and later added other sites — Paris (France) in 2012, UK and Irvine (California) in 2015, Suzhou (China) in 2016, and soon in the Boston (Massachusetts) area in 2017.
As needed Inspection Services in the UK
NSI UK in High Wycombe is open to serve the needs of the medical device industry. Contact Guy Tolley @ firstname.lastname@example.org to request for a demonstration or visit Guy at booth 412 at the Medtec Ireland Exhibition to discuss your industrial X-ray scanning needs.
NSI is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company.
To learn more about North Star Imaging contact:
Business Development Manager
North Star Imaging UK
Cressex Business Park
High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
HP12 3SY, UK
Phone: +44 7557 034195
Or visit the NSI website @ www.4nsi.com