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Scan-X Security, who offer security screening, security x-ray machines and metal detection archways, have taken an extra five new x-ray machines from the manufacturer Nuctech.

The Midlands-based security firm reports that it operates globally and has invested over £250,000 over the last 12 months after year on year growth with turnover increasing by 30pc in the last year. The company’s new x-ray machines are NUCTECH CX6040BI – a dual-energy x-ray inspection system, as installed at airports, mass transit stations, critical infrastructures, post offices, and big events. Due to its high image resolution and X-ray imaging, the machine is claimed to be suitable for security and customs requiring inspections of hand-held baggage, small checked luggage and parcels at airports, rail transportation stations, government offices, stadiums, and courts.

Rob Wallader, Managing Director at Scan-X Security said: “Our clients are always impressed with the quality of the machines that we provide. The image quality of Nuctech machines is second to none, and we are proud to work with them. Investing in five new machines, takes our total fleet to 30 x-ray machines all with varying capabilities – this combined with our large stock of metal detection archways and handheld detection devices, means that we are well placed to supply any level of security screening rental requirements a company/event may have.

“Although we are well placed in our market and regularly supply security machinery for the likes of: government contracts, facilities management, asset protection and large scale events, we are proud to provide very a personal service to our clients – there aren’t many business out there do that any more.”

Scan-X’s most recent client, a sporting event in South West London, were the first to use the firm’s new x-ray machines, made available to rent in March 2016. Scan-X have supplied machines to some of the UK’s largest sporting events, AGMs and conferences.


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