Fujifilm – NDT Products

Fujifilm was founded in 1934 as a manufacturer of photographic film. With a commitment to research and development they are constantly bringing innovation to their product lines. This lead to the development of industrial x-ray film and Fujifilm’s technology which is second to none. The Fujifilm IX range of industrial x-ray film utilises unique speed and grain technologies that permit their use across a broad range of applications while maintaining consistent image quality regardless of the materials to be examined and x-ray source used.

As such Fujifilm supply a complete range of:

  1. Industrial x-ray film
  2. Starter, develop and fixer for processing x-ray film suited to both manual and automatic processing lines
  3. PMC control strips
  4. Density tablets

All of these products are compatible with, or suitable for direct substitution with your existing x-ray film and processing equipment.

AXT represent Fujifilm’s NDT related products in Australia and New Zealand. We are able to supply products at very competitive prices and can package these products with radiographic generator sets from manufacturers such as Rigaku [LINK] and Yxlon [LINK].

We can also hold stock in all major cities including Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth enabling us to supply Fujifilm’s products on short notice when you need it.

Fujifilm – A Diversified Company

While Fujifilm produce industry leading photographic and x-ray film, the advent of digital photography has resulted in them diversifying their business in recent times. They are now involved in many different fields including:

  • Films and cameras
  • 3D image products
  • Instant photo systems
  • Binoculars
  • Medical systems
  • Graphics systems
  • Semiconductors
  • Biomaterials

While some of these fields may seem far-removed from photography, it has been Fujifiilm’s core photographic technology that has enabled them to develop innovative solutions and establish a solid reputation in these new fields.

Fujifilm industrial x-ray film