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We accomplish these goals in our Utah based manufacturing and development center, and our Montana based customer service center. Our tight integration between development and customer service ensure you will get the highest quality product, and the most relevant service.
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X Rays: How Do They Work?
Before we dive into how X-Ray machines work we need to take a step back and discuss the concept of vision in general. When you look at your spouse, child, or parent, you don’t see them per say, rather you see a series of lightwaves that the human eye can process, which take the form of your acquaintance. These lightwaves make up one part of the electromagnetic spectrum. In addition to visible light waves, the spectrum contains invisible waves such as, radio waves, microwaves, infrared waves, and importantly X-Rays.
X-Rays have peculiar properties such, when generated, then they can penetrate human tissue (unlike say, visual rays — if three people stand in a row, the back person cannot see the front person). However, X-Rays cannot penetrate human bones, and other matters. Therefore, when a human gets exposed to an X-Ray, the X-Ray (wave) will pass through his flesh, but not his bone, leaving a negative impression on the film.
Bringing this home, an X-Ray doesn’t only penetrate human skin leaving a negative of the bone matter, but it can also penetrate other items — bags, computers, jackets etc leaving a negative of the items located inside those cases.
In an age of increased domestic and foreign terrorism, one of the most effective defenses remains the X-Ray machine, and its ability to check the inside of bags. An X-Ray machine offers a simple solution for security personnel to scan the interior of bags and other items.
Since the tragic events of September 11, 2001, threats against the United States have increased dramatically. These threats extend beyond the traditional targets — airports, political events, etc — and now threaten soft targets as well. These soft targets include areas that historically don’t have the same type of security presence as the locations mentioned. Schools and courthouses fit nicely into this category. A terrorist would love nothing more than to attack two institutions that make our country great — our judicial system and educational system — and to inflict both physical and psychological terror on our country as a whole.
Additionally, recent years have seen a marked rise in attacks at schools. The perpetrators of these crimes didn’t have an ideological motivation, but rather suffered from extreme psychological disorders. Everyone agrees education remains a top priority for our nation, and therefore we must make every effort to protect our students. If students feel at risk when they come to school, they cannot perform to their highest level, and the country will suffer as a result.