Technology | Computed Tomography (CT) | September 29, 2015

Varian Offers New Replacement Tube for GE CT Scanners

Component offers long-life bearings with 0.5-second full scans

Varian, MCS-6074 GE Performix Replacement Tube, computed tomography

Image courtesy of Varian Medical Systems

September 29, 2015 — The MCS-6074 GE Performix Replacement Tube from Varian Medical Systems now has a 12-month full replacement warranty.  The tube is compatible with many GE computed tomography (CT) scanner models including: LightSpeed 16, LightSpeed Ultra, LightSpeed Plus, LightSpeed QXi, LightSpeed RT, Discovery LS, Discovery ST, Discovery STE, Discovery RX and the BrightSpeed series.  The MCS 6074 calibrates like the original and has long-life bearings with 0.5-second full scans.

For more information: www.varian.com

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