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PET & PET-CT Sources

Siemens

Line Sources – Siemens

Ge-68 line sources are double layered tubes and made of high quality stainless steel. Each line source is sealed on its ends by the process of precise argon welding. Thanks to the argon welding process, the possibility of activity leakage is eliminated, ensuring safe use of line sources.

Source related information including product code, isotope type, activity, serial number and production date is permanently marked with laser for traceability.

Uniformity

Each line source is tested with 5 mm steps of scannings throughout its length for uniformity.

The uniformity of the line sources is within +/- 5% limits.

GE-68 Cylindirical Phantom – Siemens

Ge-68 Cylindirical phantoms are used for 2D and 3D normalization and in test images of PET and PET-CT systems. Radioactive element is uniformly filled in the cylindrical cast. Each cylindrical phantom manufactured is checked with a PET-CT scanner to ensure high quality.

The results of quality control image files are available upon request.

Line Sources – General Electric

Ge-68 line sources are triple layered tubes and made of high quality stainless steel. Each line source is sealed on its ends by the process of precise argon welding. Thanks to the argon welding process, the possibility of activity leakage is eliminated, ensuring safe use of line sources.

Source related information including product code, isotope type, activity, serial number and production date is permanently marked with laser for source traceability

Uniformity

Each line source is tested with 5 mm steps of scannings throughout its length for uniformity.

The uniformity of the line sources is within +/- 5% limits.

VQC Phantom – General Electric

Each VQC phantom manufactured is scanned by a PET scanner to perform uniformity quality control test.

Line Sources – Philips

Na-22 line sources are double layered tubes and made of high quality stainless steel. Each line source is sealed on its ends by the process of precise argon welding. Thanks to the argon welding process, the possibility of activity leakage is eliminated, ensuring safe use of line sources.

Uniformity

Each line source is tested with 5 mm steps of scannings throughout its length for uniformity.

The uniformity of the line sources is within +/- 5% limits.

Point Sources – Philips

Na-22 point sources are in two different forms; glass filled teflon capsule and acrylic disc. Epoxy marked active area is located in the center of the point source with the dimension of 1mmx1mm (0.39”x0.39”)

Overall dimensions for glass filled teflon capsule and acrylic disc type point sources are 25.4mmx6.35mm (1”x0.25”) and 25.4 mm x 5 mm (1”x 0.20”) respectively.



Please refer to the Epsilon website for further details. 

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