Spellman to Exhibit at the 2017 Radiological Society of North America meeting in Chicago

November 14, 2017

Hauppauge New York – Spellman High Voltage Electronics Corporation, the world’s largest independent manufacturer of custom high voltage power conversion and X-Ray products, announces that it will exhibit at the 2017 Radiological Society of North America, from November 26 to December 1, at the McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois. Spellman’s booth is located in the North Hall B, Booth 6308.RSNA 2017

This year, Spellman’s extensive array of high voltage solutions for Image Guided Radiation Therapy applications, (including Radiographic, Fluoroscopic, CT, Mammography, Urology, and Bone Densitometry, among others), includes complete X-Ray imaging subsystems, standalone X-Ray generators, Monoblock® X-Ray sources, power supplies for accelerators and pulse power applications, high precision X-Ray detector power supplies, as well as power supplies for Photomultipler Tubes (PMTs) and Image Intensifiers (II’s). Representatives will be on-hand to answer questions, discuss custom requirements and demonstrate select equipment.

This upcoming exhibition will mark the 103rd anniversary of the RSNA; Over 650 exhibitors are expected to attend and over 430 educational courses will be held. For more information on the annual conference, go to: https://meeting.rsna.org/. You can also find the floor plan on that site.

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 high performance, custom and standard DC high voltage power converters and Monoblock® X-Ray sources for medical, industrial, semiconductor, security, analytical, laboratory and under-sea cable power-feed applications. As a global supplier with strategically located design and manufacturing facilities in North America, Europe and Asia, Spellman is committed to providing best-in-class support to OEM customers and end-users throughout the world.

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