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Phoenix

Elevating Radiographic Table

The Phoenix radiographic table’s heavy-duty, compact, space-saving design provides exceptional versatility and allows for installations in small x-ray rooms.

  • Phoenix 1: 30 cm (12") vertical travel
  • Phoenix 2: 50 cm (20") vertical travel, optional motorized Bucky movement for auto-centering applications


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While the four-way float top glides eff ortlessly on it’s precision bearing system and the convenient location of the two-step foot pedals, which control all tabletop movements, the Phoenix elevating, four-way fl oat top radiographic table is the ideal choice when searching for patient positioning convenience.

 

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Tabletop Movement

The large, easy-to clean tabletop supports upPhoenix_table_1 to 500 lbs (230 kg) while it’s precision bearing system ensures eff ortless patient positioning.

Motion Controls

The electromagnetic locking system and elevating feature, controlled by the conveniently located foot pedals, initiate all table movments for accurate exposure positioning. Vertical travel stops in both directions at the radiographic position.

Compatibility

The extended tabletop travel provides access for wheelchiar patients. It is compatible with most fl oor and ceiling mounted tubestands and other radiographic
systems.

High-Quality Materials

The low absorption tabletop material reduces exposure dose rate while the small skin-fi lm distance permits precise low magnifi cation fi lm studies. Standard side rails support a wide variety of accessories.

Model Diversity

Accepts standard non size-sensing and size-sensing grid cabinets or reciprocating buckys, matching trays and grids while stil leaving enough room for AEC chambers.

Digital Compatibility

Adding CR or DR is now easier than ever due to the new Bucky carriage design. As always, specialized mounting hardware for diff erent digital panels is available upon request.

Optional accessories

  • Head clamp
  • Hip clamp
  • Compression belt
  • Lateral cassette holder