[ RadSafe ] Industrial Radiography

sfisher373 at aol.com sfisher373 at aol.com
Fri Apr 6 13:58:54 CDT 2018

When one refers to Industrial Radiography, (often called Industrial x-ray by laymen), they are referring to radiography using radioactive sources.  These are typically Cobalt 60, Iridium 192, and Selenium 75.  Some are very large sources (i.e. the one that radiographed the Liberty Bell).  These sources are considered Weapons of Mass Destruction.  

There is nothing in an x-ray tube that could be used as a weapon, other than turning it on.  

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