Hitachi Airis Elite
Model: Airis Elite – Low Field Open
- Asymmetric two post open architecture houses a reliable and cost-effective permanent magnet technology, delivering a 0.3T field strength in a vertical orientation with consistently high homogeneity.
- DualQuad® (SDQ) RF system. SDQ elevates multiple array RF technology to a new level, facilitating advanced applications today and setting the stage for future developments.
Powerful Gradient System With 21mT/m maximum amplitude and 55T/m/s maximum slew rate, the powerful and fast gradients provide high resolution and low TE/TR.
- Comfort and Convenience Three-axis motorized movement, a simplified control mechanism and a number of user enhancements bring a new level of convenience and speed to patient positioning, helping to maximize patient acceptance and throughput.
- Sophisticated Computer System AIRIS Elite’s Dual XP workstation features a multiprocessor computer architecture, enabling multi-tasking capabilities to increase efficiency and patient throughput.
Description: The reconditioned Airis II is Scalable flexible open MRI system with an open 0.3 permanent cryogen-free Tesla magnet, 2-speed table, and a 5-GAUSS fringe field.
- Maximum Amplitude: 21 mT/m
- Support for advanced sequences like SS-DW-EPI
- Gradient Strength: 21mT/m
- Slew Rate: 55T/m/s
- Weight: 34,615 lbs.
- Strength: 0.3 Tesla Magnet
- Value: 34,615 lbs.
- Weight: 34,615 lbs.
- Homogeneity: 0.4ppm@20cm DSV (FWHM)
- 5 Gauss Fringe Field: 6.6 ft (horz.) x 8.2 ft (vert.)
An MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) machine is a medical imaging device that uses a strong magnetic field and radio waves to create detailed images of the body’s internal structures. It is used to visualize and diagnose a wide range of conditions in various parts of the body, including the brain, spine, joints, organs, and blood vessels.
MRI machines MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) is an important and vital diagnostic tool. It is a non-invasive imaging technique that allows doctors to see inside the body and obtain detailed images of organs, tissues, bones, and blood vessels. MRI is used to diagnose a wide range of conditions, including cancer, neurological disorders, cardiovascular disease, musculoskeletal problems, and many others.
How are these different from MRI machines? We’re happy to help you determine which is best for your situation.
We understand that there is a lot to consider when deciding which imaging machine to purchase. The experienced team at Mansa Medical is here to help with that decision. We consult you on the used MRI machine that best fits your needs as well as your patients. Our process also includes delivery and installation to ensure that you are left more than satisfied with your MRI machine.