Del Medical Universal X-ray Room
Del Medical Anthem Generator: The Anthem generator is intended for use in radiographic stationary X-ray systems only. The X-ray generator consists of an upper main power cabinet, a lower cabinet, and a control console. The upper main power cabinet contains the inverter, the filament drivers, the power supply, the main control board, and interface connections to the room equipment. The lower cabinet contains the HT tank, and the optional line match transformer. The Control console allows the operator to select the technique factors etc., and to initiate an X-ray exposure. The advanced Anthem family of generators utilizes the latest in multipulse high frequency technology to produce waveforms near constant potential.
RT100 Float-Top Table: The RT100 Float-Top table is designed for general purpose radiography and is ideally suited for modern hospitals, urgent care centers, clinics, and private practices. The RT100 features a four-way, floating table top which provides 55.38” (140 cm) of longitudinal travel and 9.75”(24 cm) of transverse travel. Electromechanical locks maintain the desired position. The position of the table top can be oscillated, and the locks released by operating the foot treadle table brake. The table’s bucky can also be repositioned by pressing a button on the bucky.
FWFC Tubestand: The FWFC Rotating Tube Stand offers versatility and ease of handling for general radiography. It was designed to facilitate a wide range of procedures common to hospitals, satellite hospitals, ambulatory care centers, and group practice facilities.
VS200 Vertical Wallsatand: The VS-200 Wallstand is designed for general purpose radiography and is ideally suited for modern hospitals, urgent care centers, clinics and private practices. The VS-200 features a smoothly counterbalanced cassette tray holder (bucky) or digital receptor holder that can be easily moved and locked into place manually. The VS-200 offers a full range of motion - from standing knee exposures to standing head and neck exposures on the tallest of patients