Scintillation Detectors
(Scintillating Foils)

The most typical application for Scintillation foils is X-ray imaging, synchrotron radiation, neutron & ion imaging. The phosphor coating is prepared by a lamination process on a substrate (plain glass, metal, or foils made of PMMA of Kapton.

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Our lamination process leads to a homogeneous layer structure. To guarantee a homogeneous layer structure, at least a minimum layer thickness oh 30µ is necessary. The maximum thickness of the scintillation layer coating is up to ca. 150µm.

The screens are stable under vacuum conditions and can resist temperatures up to 400°C.

The Substrates can be provided by customer or ProxiVision can manage the procurement service of special customized substrates.



  • X-Ray imaging
  • Ion imaging
  • Neutron imaging
  • Large area applications

Configuration parameters


  • Active area up to DIN A3 larger areas on request.
  • P43, P46, P47, P11 and other scintillators
  • Layer thickness up to 150µm, thicker layer on request
  • Direct lamination on foils, transfer lamination on glass and metal surfaces



Besides the standard configuration we do also take into account application-specific requirements. Thus we invite our customers to provide such information. Confidentiality is of course guaranteed.