Technology | October 18, 2007

ICRco to Feature ICR Family of CR Systems

ICRco Inc.’s iCR2600's patented design incorporates a true flat scan path, a precise scan mechanism, and protective cassettes to produce over 300,000 high resolution images per plate. iCRco imaging plates are fixed to a rigid back panel. Unlike most CR products, the iCR2600 uses no rollers to transport the plate across the scan head. A positive traction drive system ensures artifact free reproduction, according to the company.

The iCR3600LF (large format) has been designed to be used in general radiology, orthopedics, dental and pediatric applications as well as complements existing centralized CR installations. Its up to 90 plates per hour throughput is designed for medium to high volume environments.

The iCR2600 Dual has also been designed for general radiology, orthopedics, dental and pediatric applications and complements existing centralized CR installations. Its up to 90 plates per hour throughput is designed for medium to high volume environments. The iCR2600 Dual also enables archiving of old Film Exams to achieve an uncompromised digital imaging environment.
Also featured, the iCR3600SF is iCRco's smallest, full-featured computed radiography system. A reportedly reliable system in a body just 34 inches long 18.7 wide and 8.5 inches tall.

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