Used X-ray Imaging Equipment
Our stock of used medical X-ray equipment ranges from C-arms, over mobile X-ray machines, CRs to Mammography units. Read more about the X-ray machines that we typically have in stock further down.
We have more than 20 years of experience in the market, testing, servicing, and selling used X-ray scanners. If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact us or send us an e-mail.
Why You Should Buy a Second Hand X-ray Machine?
The real question is: why not?
Buying used X-ray machines will naturally save you money, and at the same time, you will likely not miss out on important new technologies. This is due to the fact that the development of X-ray equipment has been minimal over the past two decades.
Even an old X-ray machine will most likely still be fully functioning and in good working condition. Therefore, we have used X-ray machines for sale from the nineties in stock, as these can offer great value for money for a lot of our customers.
Types of X-ray Machines We Typically Have in Stock
We deal with a wide range of medical X-ray machines, and we always have several types and models of used X-rays for sale. A short overview of some of the types of X-ray scanner machines we typically have in stock are:
Rad Room: Or a radiographic X-ray room, as they are also called, is a standard X-ray machine for general purposes. You would typically use it in examinations such as chest X-rays, skeletal X-rays, and dental X-rays, among others
R/F Room: Similar to Rad room, but this machine also offers the opportunity to do fluoroscopy examinations. Sometimes we also sell tables individually for the two room types.
C-arms: The articulating arm allows great mobility, and therefore, this type of used X-ray machine is useful for orthopedics and during surgery.
Cath labs: Designed for diagnostic and interventional procedures involving the heart and blood vessels. They are equipped with advanced imaging technology and specialized equipment that allows healthcare professionals to visualize the heart and blood vessels and perform minimally invasive procedures.
Mobile X-rays: X-rays which can be transported and used at the patient’s bedside or in the field. Unlike stationary X-ray machines that are installed in radiology departments or clinics, mobile X-ray machines are portable and can be easily moved from one location to another.
Dental X-rays: Used to capture images of the teeth, gums, and jawbone. Dental X-rays are commonly used by dentists to diagnose and treat dental problems, such as cavities, gum disease, and tooth decay.
CR: A reader that is used to translate analog images to digital x-ray images.
Mammography systems: Are used to take X-ray images of the breast to detect abnormalities of the tissue.
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us. Our sales team is always happy to assist you at email@example.com and for X-ray machine parts at firstname.lastname@example.org