Kodak X-OMAT 1000 Film Processor
KODAK Medical X-Ray Processor—Features n Surprising Quality：Designed for general radiography applications, this tabletop unit can deliver surprising image quality for a shallow-tank processor—especially when used with Kodak medical x-ray films and processing chemicals. n Consistent Results：Reduce artifacts and obtain consistent results with the aid of anti-crystallization and anti-oxidation cycles that help maintain clean racks and proper chemical activity when the processor is not in use. n Films up to 35 cm Wide：Process sheet films up to 35 x 43 cm (14 x 17 in.)—or as small as 10 x 10 cm (4 x 4 in.). Process roll film up to 35 cm (14 in.) wide. n Images in Less than 2 Minutes：View images in as little as 1 minute, 45 seconds. Compare this to 5 minutes for standard manual processing. n Chemical, Water, and Energy Savings：Reduce chemical use and cost with "intelligent" automatic replenishment that uses a microsensor to replenish chemicals on the basis of actual film surface processed. Save water and energy costs with an integrated standby mode that reduces consumption when the processor is not in use. n Easy to Use and Maintain：A convenient control panel enables easy filling of tanks during the warm-up cycle. Temperature setting is simple and accurate with microprocessor control. The processor automatically signals when it is ready to process the next film. Few moving parts and easy-to-service film-transport racks simplify maintenance and service. n Choice of Optional Accessories：Enhance the convenience and value of your Kodak medical x-ray processor with a choice of optional accessories: A. Medical X-Ray Processor Roll Film Adapter/ 220 V, 50 Hz B. Medical X-Ray Processor Stand C. Medical X-Ray Processor Cabinet D. Medical X-Ray Processor Exhaust Kit/ 220 V, 50 Hz E. Replenishment Tanks, 25L F. Replenishment Tanks, 12L (included with processor) n Installation Efficiency：Ease of installation means you will be processing films quickly. Facility staff can install the processor in approximately four hours. A trained distributor requires approximately two hours.