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Canon X-Ray Tubes

The two categories of X-ray anodes are stationary and rotating. As you might guess from the names, the main difference here is that one anode stays still (stationary) while the other spins around a fixed point (rotating).

The reason behind the introduction of rotating anodes is related to the dispersal of heat. All that energy coming to the anode from the cathode produces a huge amount of heat. If that heat keeps hitting the same spot over and over again, as in a stationary anode tube, eventually the surface of the anode can deform and the angle of the X-ray beam will shift, reducing dose efficiency and the overall image quality the tube is capable of producing.

In the case of a rotating anode tube, the heat of the incoming cathode beam is dispersed evenly across the entire surface of the anode as it rotates. This enables rotating anode users to perform longer scans and at higher doses.

 

 

A. Rotating Anode X-ray Tubes:

  1. 3’ Inch
E7239X
E7240X
 E7242X
E7252X

E7255X

E7884X
E7299X

E7846X

 

  1. 4’ Inch
E7254X
E7869X

 

3.Only Insert

XRR-3351

XRR-1231

2. Stationary Anode X-ray Tubes:

 

D-041SD
D-081B
DF-151
D-054
D-125
D-205B
D-183R
E7696