Used CT Scanner for Sale

At LBN Medical we buy and sell used CT scanners from some of the most popular brands on the market. This means that we have systems from Canon/Toshiba, GE, Philips, and Siemens. Because of our decades long experience with CT scanners, we know the strength and weaknesses of each system and its delicate components such as the tube and the detector. Thus, we are confident that we can guide you through your purchase and ensure you make a good investment.

Take a look at all our CT scan machines below. Filter by your preferred brand, the number of slices, or in-stock products to make your search for your desired CT scanner machine as easy as possible.

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GE optima 660 CT scanner

GE Optima CT660

The GE Optima CT660, a forefront computed tomography that delivers exceptional image quality and precise diagnostic insights.

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GE Revolution HD 128

GE Revolution HD 128

GE Revolution HD 128 is a high-end CT scanner with advanced imaging capabilities, delivering detailed and accurate images for precise diagnoses.


Which CT Scanner Brand Is Better?


Siemens, Toshiba, Philips, and GE all provide high quality scanners. Your main concern in choosing should be access to service providers.

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Siemens Somatom Definition AS 128

Siemens Somatom Definition AS 128

Widely used worldwide CT, capable of adapting to virtually every patient and every clinical question.

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Fuji Speedia HD 128 slice

Fuji Speedia HD 128

Speedia HD 128 is a high-performance computed tomography (CT) system designed for fast and accurate medical imaging.

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Toshiba Aquilion One CT scanner

Toshiba Aquilion One

Top of the line CT scanner from Toshiba with 640 slices for effortless cardiac and outstanding imaging.


How Much Does a CT Scanner Cost?


Prices of CT scanners are very dependent on slices and range from 35.000 to more than 250.000 euros, excluding shipping, installation etc.

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Philips Ingenuity 64

Philips Ingenuity 64

The Philips Ingenuity 64 is a state-of-the-art CT scanner that offers advanced imaging capabilities for medical professionals.

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Toshiba Aquilion Prime CT scanner

Toshiba Aquilion Prime

A high-end 160 slice CT scanner that comes with several innovative technologies.

At our facility in Aalborg, Denmark you will find our range of used top quality CT scanners from all the major brands: Canon/Toshiba, GE, Philips, and Siemens

Our almost 20 years of experience with CT machines ensures that you get a system of high quality and that we can assist you in choosing the right model for your needs. Furthermore, we can also provide you with CT scanner refurbishment as well as assist you with the installation of the CT scanner if needed. Especially, our technicians are well-equipped to deal with Toshiba/Canon machines as they were taught by Toshiba themselves. 

So, if you are looking to get a refurbished CT scanner you can be assured that our team will provide you with a high quality machine.

Buy a CT Scanner to Better Diagnose Patients

Purchasing a CT scanner is a big decision, and can be a large investment. A CT scanner allows you to better diagnose patients and makes sure that you make the right treatment decisions for your patients. The use of CT scanners in today’s society continues to increase, and to remain competitive, a CT machine is critical for any healthcare facility. 

To assist you in the best way, we have highlighted some important factors to consider in the process of purchasing a CT scanner:

  • Do you need an MRI or CT scanner?
  • Which brand is best suited for your needs?
  • CT scanner slices and applications
  • Air vs. Water-cooled CT scanner
  • CT scan machine cost
  • X-ray tube and tube count
  • CT scanner workstation
  • Used, refurbished, or a new CT scanner?

You can find the answer to all of these questions in our Guide to CT Scanners.

If you are curious and want even more detailed information about used CT scanner machines, you can take a look at our other blog posts in our Learning Centre. Perhaps you would like to know the difference between Siemens CT scanner models?

And you also have access to thousands of CT scanner parts.