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Device: Daylight Film Processor
Manufacturer: Agfa
Model: Curix ID Camera
Name / Number: X-ray film cases
Location: Germany, North Rhine-Westphalia
Rating: 93%
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Daylight Film Processor may also be referred to as :

X-ray Film Handling Equipment, Automatic, Daylight | X-ray Film Processor | X-ray Film Loader | Daylight Film System | X-ray Film Daylight Processor

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Power Supply for Multiloader

Device: Daylight Film Processor

Manufacturer: Kodak

Model: X-Omat Multiloader 7000

Name / Number: Power Supply for Multiloader

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UNIV. KEYPAD EXT. INTERFACE BOX 78-8077-4135-6

Device: Daylight Film Processor

Manufacturer: Kodak

Model: X-OMAT Multiloader 300

Name / Number: UNIV. KEYPAD EXT. INTERFACE BOX / 78-8077-4135-6

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Tips for buying Daylight Film Processor Parts

  1. Medical facilities should look into the compatibility of the new Daylight Film Processor they are about to purchase with existing equipment, such as film cassettes.
  2. The location of the system and the type of x-ray film daylight processor to be attached are also important considerations when selecting the appropriate system.
  3. Daylight x-ray film handling equipment is still used widely because it eliminates the need for a darkroom.
  4. Daylight film processors shorten x-ray processing time since they automatically load empty cassettes with fresh film.
  5. Buyers should make sure their x-ray film handling equipment can store at least 20 cassettes in each storage rack and have built-in identification systems.
  6. The processing time for mammography films should be slightly longer. These x-ray film processor units should also have a low-film indicator.
  7. All cassette and film handling functions are performed at one location in centralized systems. Therefore, the area in which they are located can become congested, unless there are enough units to meet the department's needs. Centralized daylight film processor systems must be located immediately next to the x-ray room to get the full benefits of the systems.
  8. Facilities that are trying to cut costs by compromising installation (for example: placing the x-ray film daylight processor equipment in corridors so that several x-ray rooms can share a single installation) are actually diminishing the potential benefits of the system.
  9. The unexposed fresh-film supply magazines used in centralized units must be loaded under darkroom conditions, which takes more darkroom floor space.
  10. Centralized daylight film processor systems can reduce total processing and staff training time. The best location for them is the darkroom. To minimize renovation, users can place them inside an existing darkroom, or next to an outside wall of such room, and use the power supply and plumbing fixtures already in place.
  11. This x-ray film processor installation makes more productive use of darkroom space and personnel and allows for convenient quality control practices.
  12. Usually, modular daylight film processor systems use less floor space and are more easily serviced than centralized systems. Some x-ray film daylight processors do not require a darkroom, greatly reducing new construction or renovation costs.
  13. The department may have to purchase several x-ray film processor to maximize the benefits of a modular system.
  14. Modular daylight film processor systems can be located inside the x-ray examination room, and can be easily integrated into existing departments. They are well suited for dispersed processing applications generally considered to be one x-ray film processor for every two rooms.
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