C Arm Machine

Surgical C-Arm Machine

Skanray offers a compact high frequency mobile C-Arm for your challenging GI, Neuro, Spine, Ortho, Uro and Peripheral vascular and other procedures.

SKAN C, with its compact space-saving design, fits easily in a small work space thereby allowing more free space for all your C-arm applications. A low lateral height helps to reduce skin irradiation level and also meets low height patient handling systems. Effortless precise positioning is possible due to the counter-balanced C-arm, in every plane. Smooth and noiseless motorized vertical movements are available at the press of a button. Adjustable angles of monitors, mounted on a slim monitor cart with small foot print, makes viewing easier.

  • High-Frequency generator technology with switching range from 80-250 kHz
  • Near Zero leakage radiation
  • 3.5 kW dual processor monoblock generator with proprietary radiation shielding technology
  • Ideal for use in Neurology, Orthopaedic, Urology, Gastrointestinal, Pain management, Interventional & Peripheral Vascular Images
  • Image capture with 1k x 1k resolution for exceptional image quality
  • 10.4” TFT LCD Touch console with optical encoder and hot keys for easy operation
  • Laser Aimer & Virtual Collimation for exposure-less alignment of Region of Interest
  • Vascular Mode, DSA, Trace & Roadmap features as standard
  • Virtual Dose management system to ensure absolute safety
  • Image Enhancement Features including Digital Zoom & Contrast control for added viewing capabilities
  • DICOM 3 support & storage of over 100,000 images as standard
  • Multi-Window Interface for increased viewing convenience
  • 3.5kW, 80-250kHz HF Flouro
  • kVp range: 40 – 110
  • mA range: 0.2 – 8
  • 9” triple field IITV
  • CAN controlled IRIS collimation
  • Pulse Fluoroscopy mode upto 12mA
  • Low fluoro upto 3mA, High fluoro upto 8mA, Burst fluoro up to 30 frames
  • Laser Aimer, IRIS collimation, Virtual collimation Pulse fluoro, Airkerma on display
  • Compatible with major Neuro-navigation and ESWL systems