Used Dental Digital Panoramic X-Ray | Planmeca Promax Dimax 3D | Atlas Resell Management

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Used Dental Digital Panoramic X-Ray | Planmeca Promax Dimax 3D

Planmeca ProMax 3D, the intelligent and multipurpose X-ray unit, is designed to obtain complete information on patient anatomy in the minutest detail. The imaging sensor covers the whole dentition area, giving a clear view of the mandible and maxilla. It offers imaging solution for orthodontic and periodontal procedures, as well as for TMJ and sinus studies. The unit provides digital panoramic, cephalometric, and 3D imaging, as well as advanced imaging software tools to comply with every possible need in dental radiology.

Features: 
  • Cone Beam Volumetric Tomography (CBVT) Technology
  • Distortion-Free Images
  • Accurate 3D Reconstructions
  • Single Step Image Readouts
  • 120 Million Voxels Image Volume
  • Accurate 1:1 Measurements
Benefits: 
  • Uses a pyramid-shaped beam to scan the entire region of interest in a single semisircle scan
  • Offers digital panoramic, digital cephalometric, and 3D digital imaging, all in the same unit
  • Helps save office space and investment costs.
  • Enables accurate 1:1 measurements and ensuring geometric relations throughout the image
  • Uses single step image readouts with no geometric distortion and no loss of sensitivity.
  • No need for frequent calibration
  • Converts the original 2D transillumination images to a 3D volume study, making it the core component for high quality 3D imaging
  • The algorithm handles high contrast objects, eliminating effectively the artefacts caused by implants, metal fi llings or braces
Technical Specifications: 
  • Anode Voltage: 
    54–90 kV
  • Anode Current: 
    1–14 mA
  • Weight: 
    248 lbs / with cephalostat - 282 lbs
  • Focal Spot Size: 
    0.5 mm, fixed anode
  • Image Detector: 
    CsI coated CMOS flat panel sensor
  • Image Acquisition: 
    Single 200 degree rotation
  • X-ray Beam: 
    Cone Beam
  • Stitched Volume: 
    14.0 x 10.5 x 13.0 cm
  • Gray Scale: 
    15 bit
  • Scan Time: 
    9–37 s
  • Reconstruction Time: 
    2–25 s