The ADANI DTP 7500LV cargo inspection system with a compact 7.5 MeV accelerator is an effective and intelligent solution for seaports, airports and border crossings that helps to identify illicit or prohibited items and check if the contents of containers match with the shipping documentation
DTP 7500LV X-ray vehicle scanner is a portal X-ray inspection system designed for scanning the loaded trucks, loaded vehicles, containers, large-scale cargo and air cargos. For this system, a dual-energy technology for material discrimination on their atomic number is applied. The system allows a non-destructive inspection of cargo transport vehicles and containers, as well as to identify the transported cargo and smuggling in vehicle compartments and behind vehicle upholstery and flooring without their removal.
This X-ray car inspection machine allows to reduce the inspection time for the vehicle and transported cargo due to applying the penetrating X-ray and material discrimination technology, ensuring the identification of organic and non-organic materials and metals. DTP 7500LV portal X-ray vehicle screening system makes it possible to detectdifferent dangerous and contraband items hidden inside loaded trucks and the items and materials inside the containers with liquids. This X-ray car scanner is the best tool for preventing hidden illegal human trafficking and migration thereby lowering the risk of terroristic attacks.
The scanning of the cargo and loaded trucks by the car screening system is performed by X-raying of the inspected vehicle when it moves driven by the driver through a scanning portal installed stationary. The detection of the X-rays by X-ray sensitive elements ensures high inspection capacity.
When the cargo is inspected the driver is not exposed to the X-rays, so he stays in the cabin. Using an innovative low-dose technology for inspection by means of X-rays developed by ADANI for screening the vehicles, the cabin with the driver can also be scanned.
Stationary Vehicle and Cargo X-ray Inspection System DPT 7500LVportal X-ray inspection scanner was specially designed to be used at checkpoints in seaports, at the airports, at border crossings, vehicle checkpoints, warehouses of temporary storage and other objects, where the inspection of the cargo transport vehicle and cargo for the customs or security purposes is required.
Customized exclusively for non-destructive testing companies for applications ranging from mobile darkrooms to radiography units, these fiberglass work truck bodies by Composite Truck Body were designed by industry veterans with the following goals in mind:
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The products/features shown on this webpage are not commercially available in all countries. Due to regulatory reasons their future availability cannot be guaranteed. Please contact your local Siemens Healthineers organization for further details.
Drive-Through Portal (DTP) systems are high-energy scanners designed for non-intrusive inspection of vehicles, cargo, containers and goods and can be used in various inspection sites, such as airports, seaports, customs facilities, traffic control points, temporary storage, logistic centers, warehouses and other places where total cargo inspection is required.
Diagnostic Mobile X-ray was founded in 1993 by Jerry and Liz Borgert. Over the course of our 25 years of operation, we have proven to the communities that we serve, that we are much more than just another portable x-ray provider. DMX is a respected pillar in the healthcare community. Excellent patient care, first-rate customer service and impeccable performance are among the reasons we are so highly regarded. As Oklahoma's aging population continues to grow, DMX recognizes the expanded need for this type of health service. Especially, to those patients and physicians in the rural areas of our network. Our highly-trained x-ray technicians and support staff are available 24/7 to meet those demands.
The DTP 6000LVM | MOBILE TRUCK & CARGO SCANNER is a stae-of-the-art mobile X-Ray scanning system, designed for high-energy (6 MeV) X-ray imaging of vehicles, containers and trucks, whereas the vehicle drives through the extended boom or the vehicles is screened in drive-by mode.It provides end users with a powerful tool for detecting drugs, conventional contraband, arms or explosives by enabling the display of a high-definition radioscopic image of the cargo.
MULTIPLE SCREENING MODESIn its standard drive-by mode, the DTP 6000LVM screens one or more unoccupied and stationary vehicles. For high throughput applications, the drive-through mode enables rapid scanning of the cargo when the vehicles pass through the portal.
MAN BASE VEHICLEThe MAN base vehicle is providing excellent quality and proven reliability. The MAN worldwide service network can be used for maintenance and support. Furthermore, the DTP 6000LVM is one of the lightest mobile screening system of its class.
HIGH SCREENING RATEThe DTP 6000LVM is able to scan and inspect the contents of containers and heavy trucks (up to 40 trucks) rapidly. In one scan, it can determine the vehicle and container contents, including high cubes containers loaded on standard trailers.
PROFESSIONAL GEUTEBRCK VIDEO SECURITY (MOBILE CERTIFIED)unival provides professional mobile certified video security upgrade together with Geutebrck, which enhances the complete system with professional alarm management and video cameras.
FLEET MANAGEMENT & REMOTE MONITORINGunival offers highly sophisticated fleet management as well as completely remote operator and system monitoring, providing full health status and recording of all operational procedures.
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Kentucky Trailer owned AMST, in North America and SMIT, outside of North America, designs, engineers, and builds custom MRI, PET/CT, and CT Trailers and Transportables, Modular Medical Buildings, Relocatables. AMST and SMIT are the only fully-certified manufacturer of mobile units across all modalities for Canon, GE Healthcare, Philips, Siemens Healthineers, United Imaging, and Hologic. As an ISO 9001:2015 certified companies AMST and SMIT are the preferred manufacturer for OEM's.
Roentgen rays had already been discovered long before the outbreak of WW2. Wilhelm Conrad Rntgen, a German physicist whose discovery would eventually earn him a Nobel Prize, first produced and detected the rays in 1895 whilst working at the University of Wrzburg. At first, the findings were called x-rays; but scientists later referred to them as roentgen rays. Soon after their discovery, it was realised that these rays possessed the amazing power of penetrating solids and otherwise opaque media. This power of x-rays distinguishes them from practically all other types of radiation. Professor Rntgen passed the rays through wood, cloth and living tissues during his experiments in November 1895. Later, lead, iron and other heavy materials were shown to be transparent to them in varying degrees. Rntgen demonstrated their property of darkening photographic plates, and that they caused many substances to emit light (i.e. fluorescence). Photographic and fluorescent actions, together with their great penetrating power formed the basis for early applications of the roentgen-ray techniques.
During the interbellum period, the US Army investigated ways to utilize the new technologies that roentgen rays had presented.The Picker X-Ray Corporation had already been investigating potential applications of the roentgen rays in the medical profession, and the company was approached by the US Army in the late 1930s to produce a special x-ray machine that could be used in the field or in fixed hospitals with very little adjustment.
The Picker X-Ray Corporation of New York was one of the pioneers in the development and manufacture of X-Ray equipment for the U.S. Army. It was awarded the Army-Navy E (E for excellence) Flag on 28 August 1942, and received its first star 10 July 1943 and a second star 26 February 1944.
Dr. Henry E. Waite founded the original Waite and Bartlett Company, which manufactured medical batteries, static machines, and electrical equipment serving the medical profession. The electro-medical experience of the company would prove extremely valuable in the development of apparatus to put the newly-discovered x-ray apparatus to practical use. The Waite Company equipped Americas first Hospital Ship, the USS Solace in 1914 with x-ray equipment, and in 1916 the Company working closely together with members of the US Army Medical Division developed and manufactured the original US Army Mobile Bedside X-Ray Unit (first practical use of the hot cathode type x-ray tube).
In 1930, the Picker X-Ray Corporation acquired the assets of the Waite and Bartlett Company, and the new groups achievements greatly influenced the further development of modern x-ray apparatus. Picker-Waite engineers invented, developed, and produced the first completely shock-proof x-ray apparatus as well as the first shock-proof vertical fluoroscope. After an expansion program which took place in 1937, the Company initiated development of a new x-ray unit suited to modern military issues. As it became evident that gasoline-electric generators for proper operation of field equipment were not available, the Picker engineering staff conceived and developed such items for large-scale production during war. Early in the stages of development, transportation became a chief concern, and as result of further study, a strong, compact, and versatile x-ray unit was developed for all emergency situations, yet light enough for convenient transportation by air. In World War Two, more than 85% of the Picker Corporation production was devoted to field x-ray equipment for the United States Armed Forces, and beside field units, many larger base hospital units were installed in both Army and Navy Hospitals throughout the Zone of Interior.
Picker X-Ray Corporation was the sole manufacturer of x-ray units for the United States Army during WW2. Smaller, less complex items were also produced by other medical laboratory and manufacturing companies, including D. W. Onan & Sons, Inc. (Minnesota) and Westinghouse Electric Company (Pennsylvania). This Article looks at the numerous pieces of field x-ray equipment that were produced exclusively for the US Army during WW2. Each item is presented with its nomenclature, Medical Department Item Number, illustrations and a brief description of the piece.
This is simply a standard Medical Department Field Chest containing an inner lining of sheet lead. The sheet lead is of such thickness (approximately 1 1/2mm) that, with the opacity of the Chest itself, there is provided protection against x-rays produced by all Army equipment. This special Chest was designed for use particularly at the Evacuation Hospital and for occasional times when films would be needed for use in a truck at the Mobile Surgical Hospital. This particular Chest is not generally used for the shipment of cassettes, cardboard holders or film, since the additional weight of lead lining is unnecessary. As a result, standard Medical Department Field Chests can be used for this purpose.
This unit is intended for General Hospitals, Station Hospitals and Evacuation Hospitals. Occasionally it may be needed for use in a truck. It is portable, being composed of two compartments. The upper compartment is completely lead-lined to afford protection against x-radiation. It consists of two sections: a film storage section occupying the right half, and a loaded cassette section occupying the left half. Racks have been provided in each of these two sections to accommodate the three standard dimensions of x-ray films as used by the Medical Department: 8 x 10, 10 x 12 and 14 x 17.
The lower compartment of the unit contains a drawer type of drying rack, a heater, fan and a floor loading shelf. The drying rack has accommodations for 18 films as suspended on standard film hangers. After mounting the upper compartment (the film and cassette loading bins) onto the lower compartment, there is provided a loading bench. The fixation of these two compartments is accomplished by means of a spring-type lock that is found on the inside of the base compartment and beneath its top.
This generator is a specially-designed gasoline electrical generator. It is intended particularly for use where community electrical supply is not available and for emergency needs at other hospital installations. Its functioning capacity is such as to permit the delivery of 2,500 watts of energy. The Generator is designed in such a manner that it can be stored inside a modified Medical Department Field Chest.
Grid, Portable (Item # 96070): This item is a wafer type of grid included with the later models of the Field Table Unit (Item # 96145) and the Fluoroscopic Foreign Body Localization outfit (Item # 96215), or it may be requisitioned separately for general use. The lead strips of this grid are unusually thin. There are 55 strips per inch width of the grid itself thus even though it is a stationary type, grid marks are inconspicuous. In the case of the first several hundred that were purchased by the Medical Department, the spacing of the lead strips was such as to provide a true centering (grid radius) at 36 inches; later versions were provided for true centering at 30 inches.
This item is intended for all types of hospital installations. It is packed in three Field Chests. Two of these Chests are modified Medical Department Field Chests, the other is of special construction for accommodation of the high tension and filament transformers. The x-ray tube in its housing is packed by setting it in a nest supported by eight springs which are attached to the inside corners of a compartment contained in one of the Field Chests. In addition, this particular Chest accommodates a drum for packing the two shockproof cables, as well as smaller items such as the filters (to be used in roentgenotherapy) and the several aperture diaphragms. This Chest has a gable type of superstructure which has been added in order to emphasize that the chest should be placed on end during transit. This is important in order to provide the greatest protection to the x-ray tube.
The second standard Medical Department Field Chest is modified for accommodation of the Control Unit, the interconnecting cables, the timer and the foot switch. A lead apron, a pair of lead-impregnated gloves and a pair of goggles can also be accommodated in this Chest.
In conjunction with the X-Ray Table Unit (Item# 96145) or the Mobile X-Ray Chassis (Item # 96090), this machine unit is adaptable nine ways: horizontal roentgenoscopy, foreign body localization by means of a rapid roentgenoscopic method, sitting roentgenoscopy, standing roentgenoscopy (to the extent of accommodating routing chest studies and also gastrointestinal studies), horizontal roentgenography (using focal film distances up to 45 inches), 6-foot vertical chest studies, 6-foot horizontal chest studies, ordinary bedside work on wards and superficial roentgenotherapy.
Tec 5 Ned Wolfe and Pvt. William Sullivan, detailed to the Medical Detachment at Mitchel Field demonstrate the assembly of the X-Ray Field Unit. Complete assembly of the unit was possible in eight minutes.
Additional replacement items are available for the unit: X-Ray Field Unit, Shockproof Cable (Item # 96205), X-Ray Field Unit, Tube, X-Ray (Item # 96209), and X-Ray Field Unit, Kit Spare Parts and Repair, X-Ray Machine (Item # 96245). It should be noted that from March 1944 onwards, the Control Unit was produced in two variants, one for the standard 110 volt power supply, and another, which was capable of handling 110-220 volts. These were designated Item # 9608808 and Item # 9608810 respectively.
Item # 96085 assembled with Item # 96090 showing the adaptation as a mobile X-Ray Machine Unit. The unit represents the assembled contents of 3 Medical Chests, plus the transformer unit (Item # 96086), which only takes five minutes to set up.
This special chassis has been designed to convert the X-Ray Machine Unit into a mobile unit for use in the wards and at the bedside. It should be of service in the hospitalization section of the Mobile Surgical Hospital, in the Evacuation Hospital, the General Hospital and the Station Hospital. An additional model is provided with wheels of greater diameter and with means of pulling the X-Ray Machine Unit when mounted on it, as well as pushing it. These additional features have been incorporated to facilitate maneuvering the equipment over rough terrain (such as is typically found in the field). This second model is designated Item # 96090-10.
Processing Unit (Item # 96115): This item has been developed for use in any type of hospital installation. It is designed as two sections; a Master Chemical Section (Item # 96115) and an Auxiliary Wash Tank (Item # 96117)When using the master chemical section alone, 30 to 50 large films can be accommodated within an 8-hour period. With the addition of the Auxiliary Wash Tank, this can be increased to 200 or more films.
The Master Chemical Section consists of a tank compartment and a pedestal or base compartment. The tank compartment has a volume capacity of approximately 50 gallons. The pedestal or base compartment contains a water-circulator unit, a refrigerator unit, a heating unit, a mixing chamber and a thermostatic regulator. The unit is assembled by simply setting the tank compartment upon the pedestal compartment and connecting three water couplings which can be accomplished without the need of tools. The electrical supply required is 115 volts, 50-90 cycle, single-phase. This can be provided by the Gasoline Electrical Generator unit (Item # 99600).
The Auxiliary Wash Tank consists of two compartments; a tank compartment which is identical in dimensions with those of the Master Chemical Tank, and a pedestal compartment. The tank compartment contains two baffles to provide for a cascade type of washing. A pre-cooling system is packed in the pedestal compartment. When in use, the pre-cooling coils are suspended in the tank of the Master Chemical Section.
Both sections of the Processing Unit are composed of two compartments. This provision is for the sake of portability, making the unit practical both for permanent installations and for use in the field. In case of necessity it can be carried in parts to a location where activities may require it. The heating and cooling units as well as the pre-cooler are self-contained and all connections can be made by hand, without the use of any special tools.
This item is a portable roentgenoscopic and roentgenographic table unit. It is considered practical for usage in any type of hospital installation. Essentially, this unit is composed of two fabricated steel end-pieces, three rails (each composed of three sections), a horizontal carriage and a C-shaped supporting arm for accommodation of the x-ray tube unit and also of the fluoroscopic screen.
The Tent has been designed for usage particularly at mobile hospitals where it is expected that it will be needed both with the mobile operating section and with the hospitalization section. Its design is such that it can be erected indoors in any room (8 by 10 feet in area and 8 feet in height) as well as within a tent or dugout or by itself, in the open. It is therefore quickly adaptable for use in a temporary building or any building taken over for service as an Evacuation Hospital. It may even serve a purpose at a General Hospital, though at this installation it is more likely that substantial darkroom construction will be had.
Its design includes a two-way adaptation for roentgenoscopy and / or for film processing. It provides for a quick changeover where lightproof conditions are essential. When erected outdoors, additional support may be obtained by weighting apron with turf, rocks or other heavy ballast. Further support may be provided by utilizing auxiliary guy ropes. The guy ropes are not included with the item, but eyelets are provided. The Tent is otherwise supported by means of a sectional frame, which is contained within a specially-designed Chest.
This unit has been designed primarily for horizontal roentgenoscopy, horizontal roentgenography and roentgenoscopic localization of foreign bodies. The equipment is so-designed that it can be packed into three lightweight chests for ease of transportation across difficult terrain. The packing arrangement is ingeniously provided for in order to accommodate all the component parts of the equipment. To simplify assembly, printed identifications and color codes are provided on all parts. The Unit consists of the table component, shockproof head and supporting hanger, control, and automatic protective and auxiliary devices. A spare parts compartment for tools and miscellaneous parts is provided in the Control Unit. A spare tube is also provided as a component of the unit. For roentgenoscopy and foreign body localization, a fluoroscopic screen, depth scale marker and localization dial together with necessary accessories are included.
The generating circuit of the unit may be connected to 100-130 or 200-240 volts, 50-60 cycle alternating current. The Control Unit is compact and it contains all the features incorporated into Item # 96085 with modifications and refinements. The shockproof head includes the tube, high tension transformer, and filament transformer immersed in oil. This arrangement obviates the necessity for shockproof cables. Incorporated within the head is the oil impeller and air circulating motors. In addition, it permits the placement of the shockproof components into one insulated head. The x-ray tube of this unit is accommodated in a separate compartment within the shockproof head so that easy exchange of it can be accomplished without the usual difficulties concerned with removing and replacing transformer oil.
The table portion of the unit is assembled with the use of special tools provided and in accordance with instructions printed on the inside of the lids of the Chests. The table is also provided with a cassette lifting device for carrying out roentgenography.
Additional data, descriptions, and use of X-Ray Field Units and Equipment can be found in TM 8-275 Military Roentgenology, dated January 26, 1943, and TM 8-632 X-Ray Field Unit, Machine, Chassis & Table, Items 9608508, 9608510, 9609005, 9609010, and 9614500 dated February 1945.
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An electrocardiogram (EKG) is an electrical recording of the heart and is used in the investigation of heart disease. An EKG may be done as part of a routine physical exam or when there are questions about the working of a patients heart.
Holter monitoring is a simple, noninvasive tool for evaluating and managing cardiac symptoms in patients. Two electrocardiography leads are recorded over a 24 to 48 hour period. The data provides an in-depth representation of a patients cardiac condition during routine activities of work, sleep, and exercise.
Ultrasound waves sent to the part of the body being examined are reflected, refracted, or absorbed at the interfaces inside the body. Echoes that return in this way carry information about the size, distance, and uniformity of internal organs.
A Doppler test uses reflected sound waves to see how blood flows through a blood vessel. It helps doctors evaluate blood flow through major arteries and veins, such as those of the arms, legs, and neck.
A PICC line procedure is where a thin, soft, long catheter is inserted into a vein in your arm, leg or neck. The tip of the catheter is positioned in a large vein that carries blood into the heart. The line is used for long-term IV antibiotics, nutrition or medications. It can also be used to draw blood.
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Mobile Medical Imaging is crucial in modern healthcare facilities for providing early and precise medical diagnosis while remaining a less invasive therapy. With decades of experience working in Mobile Medical Imaging, Odulair offers Mobile Radiology Units (Mobile X-ray Units) equipped with durable mobile imaging systems that are rugged, easy to use, and produce digital x-ray imaging of the highest quality.
Odulair designs and manufactures mobile x-ray units (also known as mobile digital radiography units) custom tailored for large and small, independent and conglomerate medical practices. A Mobile X-ray Unit by Odulair is the best mobile medical solution for the delivery of radiography services offering unparalleled ease of use, durability, and superior quality digital imagery. Providing healthcare services to remote locations requires on-site medical facilities as when the patient cant reach the lab, its the lab that needs to reach the patient. Everything from health routine check-ups, work related injuries, and treatment and diagnosis of illnesses, are made possible with a Mobile X-ray Unit by Odulair.
Mobile Medical Diagnostic Imaging is one of the most powerful and cost effective medical tools available today. In many hospitals, ultrasound and CT scans have become almost as commonplace as conventional diagnostic x-ray. With this increase in utilization, many hospitals are finding that their patients are required to wait far too long for their imaging services to be performed effectively. If this is the case at your facility, or if you need additional medical imaging coverage for your patients, an Odulair Mobile Radiology Unit is your best solution. Although Odulair manufactures Radiology Units in mobile, transportable, modular relocatable and modular fixed platforms, Odulair Mobile Radiology Unit is by far the most popular solution for typical situations. Odulair Mobile X-ray vehicles can include solutions in trucks, trailers, vans, and shipping containers.
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