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Conventional X-ray Systems

Conventional Radiographic Systems allows users to use film or CR imaging plates.


 

CR was the first digital radiographic technique to be introduced. Systems are based on an imaging plate that is similar to the amplifier screen of a conventional radiography unit. The difference is that this storage phosphor imaging plate retains information from incident photons as a latent image. This image can then be retrieved following stimulation by a readout laser. - See more at: http://www.diagnosticimaging.com/articles/cr-and-dr-triumph-over-conventional-techniques#sthash.H5FVjyuo.dpuf
CR was the first digital radiographic technique to be introduced. Systems are based on an imaging plate that is similar to the amplifier screen of a conventional radiography unit. The difference is that this storage phosphor imaging plate retains information from incident photons as a latent image. This image can then be retrieved following stimulation by a readout laser. - See more at: http://www.diagnosticimaging.com/articles/cr-and-dr-triumph-over-conventional-techniques#sthash.H5FVjyuo.dpuf
CR was the first digital radiographic technique to be introduced. Systems are based on an imaging plate that is similar to the amplifier screen of a conventional radiography unit. The difference is that this storage phosphor imaging plate retains information from incident photons as a latent image. This image can then be retrieved following stimulation by a readout laser. - See more at: http://www.diagnosticimaging.com/articles/cr-and-dr-triumph-over-conventional-techniques#sthash.H5FVjyuo.dpuf

Medical X-ray

RadioLogiX Rad System

Space saving, cost-effective rad room
The RadiologiX HF Radiographic system by Control-X Medical offers a compact tubestand and wallstand for all of your diagnostic imaging needs. This system is designed to fit into smaller x-ray room settings.

ConRad Rad System

General purpose rad room
  • 30 kW-50 kW High Frequency generator
  • Easy and short calibration procedure
  • Floor-mounted tube stand with rotation / cross-table travel options
  • Wall Stand with vertical travel, tilting option
  • APR Control console and AEC option
  • Fixed height patient table

Chiro System

Dedicated chiro / chest rooms
The CHIRO-PRACTICAL Radiographic System offers affordable solutions to meet the diagnostic imaging needs of every chiropractic office. Whether for film or single flat panel DR technology, this system is designed to meet the high performance demands of most settings by employing the latest technology in our generators and using versatile, durable, Hospital Grade Quality Components.

Perform-X Rad Systems

Perfrorm-X Rad Systems with CR or film based imagers

Veterinary X-ray

Integrated Veterinary X-ray Systems

For small animal practices
The ZooMax integrated radiography system is the ideal solution for the small animal practice.

Equine Rad System

Ceiling mount radiographic systems for large animals
The ZooMax Equine Radiographic System allows for a wide range of desired exposures from the hoof to the head of the animal. The ZooMaxEquine Radiographic System is a dual-column overhead tube crane system, highly specialized to provide the perfect diagnostic imaging solution for equine health centers. Our extensive experience in the field of radiography ensures that consistent, high-resolution images will be achieved from a durable system that is safe, efficient and user-friendly.

Monoblock System

COMING SOON Convenient integrated system with easy-to-use monoblock
The ZooMax MonoblockRadiographic System allows for a wide range of exposures for small animal clinics. The compact, yet convenient stand / table combination ensures that you can focus of the patient and the procedure. Our easy-to-use monoblock generator comes in different power ratings and are perfect for all general radiography studies.  

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