Spellman to Exhibit at European Congress of Radiology (ECR) 2020 in Vienna

February 26, 2020

ECR 2020 Radiology ExhibitSpellman High Voltage Electronics Corporation (Hauppauge, NY) will exhibit at the upcoming European Congress of Radiology (ECR) from March 11-15 at the Austria Center, Vienna.

The ECR is one of the largest medical meetings in Europe and the second-largest radiological meeting in the world with more than 25,000 participants from over 100 countries and up to 300 exhibitors.

The exhibits will range from Spellman’s CT, Mammography and Bone Densitometry X-Ray generators and Monoblock® X-Ray sources to the EDITOR HFe high frequency generator series for Radiography, Fluoroscopy and Digital Radiography.

Spellman ultra-fast monoblocks specifically designed for surgical C-arm OEMs. In particular we will be focusing on our MMB3.5kW and MMB20kW, our ultra-fast monoblocks specifically designed for surgical C-arm OEMs. Our unique technologies increase the quality of the x-ray beam and significantly reduce the patient dose. Pulsed Flouroscopy enhances imaging of dense and complex anatomy to further support close management. With a rise time of as fast as <1ms, Spellman’s MMB Series is among the fastest in the industry.

Please visit Spellman High Voltage Electronics at booth #229.

For further information on the European Congress of Radiology, go to: http://www.myesr.org.

Additional information on Spellman and their wide range of high voltage products is available at: www.spellmanhv.com

Spellman High Voltage Electronics is the world's leading provider of custom designed and standard AC-DC and DC-DC high voltage power converters and Monoblock® X-Ray sources for medical, industrial, semiconductor, security, analytical, laboratory, and under-sea cable power-feed applications. With design, manufacturing and service facilities in the US, UK, Mexico, China and Japan, and direct sales offices throughout Europe, Asia and North America, Spellman is committed to supporting advanced system providers and their customers throughout the world.

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