News | December 04, 2007

IMIX Creates New DR Line

December 5, 2007 - IMIX Americas Inc. debuted a new line of full-featured digital radiography products, such as the IMIX insight PanoRAD, a universal, full-function DR system, the IMIX insight NovoRAD, offering a new approach to radiology room configuration and the IMIX insight OrthoRAD, a partially motorized, straight-arm stand specifically designed for the orthopedic market.

The IMIX insight PanoRAD’s stand design allows for maximum flexibility and is ideal for use in imaging centers and clinics with size and ceiling height restrictions. The system fits in work areas with 8-foot ceilings compared with 9-foot requirements for systems currently on the market. The full-room PanoRAD includes a generator, detector head and table, along with a fully motorized stand with remote control.

The IMIX insight NovoRAD is designed and engineered to provide the flexibility of a dual-detector room with just one detector. The NovoRAD includes a unique ceiling-mounted tube support, fixed four-way floating tabletop and upright stand.

The IMIX insight OrthoRAD features tools designed to address orthopedic imaging needs, such as a weight-bearing platform that allows imaging of patients’ feet while standing. Orthopedic software options also are available.

For more information: www.imixadr.com

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