CT Scanners

At our facility in Aalborg, Denmark you can find a range of CT scanners from the major brands. Our almost 20 years of experience with CT ensure that you get a system of high quality and that we can assist you in choosing the right model. Furthermore, we can assist with installation if needed.

See our all CT scanners below or filter by number of slices or in stock products.

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Toshiba Aquilion 16 CT Scanner

Toshiba Aquilion 16 (LB)

A popular and solid 16 slice CT scanner that covers a wide range of needs with a good performance.

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Toshiba Aquilion CX

Toshiba Aquilion CX/CXL

A high quality CT scanner that provides 128 slices of high definition in a single rotation.


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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Toshiba Aquilion One CT scanner

Toshiba Aquilion One

Top of the line CT scanner from Toshiba with 320 slices for effortless cardiac and outstanding imaging.

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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.

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GE optima 660 CT scanner

GE Optima 660

An excellent CT for a wide range of applications such as cardiac, brain, chest, angiography, orthopedic, etc.


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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GE Optima CT540

A stable 16 slice CT scanner from GE that comes with a Performix Tube.

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GE Brightspeed Elite 16 CT Scanner

GE BrightSpeed Elite 16

An outstanding 16 slice CT scanner that delivers high-image quality at a lowered radiation dose.

Purchasing a CT is a bigger decision and can be a large investment. To assist you in the best way we have highlighted some inportant factors to consider in the proces:

  • Differences between MRI and CT scanners
  • How to pick between brands
  • 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 new CT scanners

All of these you can find in our Guide to CT Scanners.