March 12, 2009 – Bionix Radiation Therapy released its T-form SecureVac Box Adapter is a replacement of the current carbon fiber adapter which aids in the positioning of vacuum bags.

By placing your vacuum bag over the T-Form SecureVac Box Adapter, the vacuum bag will form around the adapter creating an outline of the adapter. This will create secure repositioning of your vacuum bag throughout the course of treatment.

The T-Form reportedly features an affordable selling price, 3-year warranty, a lightweight design and MR compatibility. The T-Form line features four immediately available products including; The Prone Breast System, Pelvis Belly Plus System, T-Form Head & Neck and the T-Form SecureVac Box Adapter.

For more information: www.BionixRT.com

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