Commonwealth X-Ray

VETERINARY CR SYSTEMS

 

Commonwealth X-Ray Is the leading supplier of Veterinary CR Systems & Digital X-Ray Equipment throughout Ohio and Kentucky. We provide the latest in Digital (CR) Computed Radiography Systems to the veterinary market. Below you will find  a small sample of the products we represent, please keep in mind that we offer a large inventory of CR Systems. Contact us today for more information and pricing or for an in-office demonstration - (800) 964-9289.

KONICA NANO

 

The REGIUS Nano CR is a high performance single bay CR system that can process up to 60 plates an hour (14 x 17) resulting in improved workflow and faster patient turnaround rates. This compact, single bay reader is designed with dependable, high quality components to ensure system reliability and its touch screen control station provides intuitive software tools for ease of use. The Nano CR boasts intelligent control station software with auto recognition and self learning capabilities, allowing you to generate high quality diagnostic images with minimal training and fewer, easier steps. Nano CR is perfect for a vast range of needs from those in a large hospital setting or imaging center, to those within in a stand-alone, private clinic or surgery center.

 

Konica ImagePilot Sigma

 

The ImagePilot Sigma is the all-in-one CR solution specifically for low-volume practices that still want that superior image quality and reliability expected from the REGIUS family of products. The ImagePilot Sigma is considered an entry level CR solution with its simple user interface and smooth workflow. Perfect for a wide range of medical practitioners, including veterinary practices.

 

 

AGFA CR 10-X

 

The AGFA CR 10-X system is an affordable and robust, low volume table top CR system. Small hospitals and private practices can now take advantage of the convenient and fast workflow offered by digital radiography with the AGFA CR 10-X system. The total cost of ownership remains low due to how easy it is to install, maintain, and use the most cost efficient way to move from analog to digital.