News | Digital Radiography (DR) | July 20, 2017

Kubtec Launches New Website For Digital Imaging and Irradiation Products

Website designed to simplify the search process for customers

Kubtec Launches New Website For Digital Imaging and Irradiation Products

July 20, 2017 — Kubtec announced the launch a new website focused on the applications of digital X-ray imaging and irradiation for research, industrial testing and forensic applications.

KubtecScientific.com is a one-stop location for the company’s digital imaging, analysis and irradiator product lines that provide solutions for its customers across multiple scientific sectors. In addition the company offers analysis packages for bone mineral density and is the only provider of 3-D tomosynthesis for individual specimens, according to Kubtec.

Kubtec CEO Vikram Butani said the company created the website to simplify the search process for its customers.

For more information: www.kubtecscientific.com

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