Faster processing with Eastman Kodak's X-Omat
This article was originally published in Clinica
Eastman Kodak (US) has introduced two new X-ray film processors for rapid access processing. The Kodak X-Omat 5000 RA processor (replacing the X-Omat 480 RA processor) has a throughput of 480 sheets of 35 x 43 cm film per hour, suited to medium and large imaging centres. The X-Omat 3000 RA processor (replacing the X- Omat 270 RA processor) is more suited for smaller diagnostic imaging centres, with a throughput of 270 sheets of 35 x 43 cm film per hour.
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