Project Description

Ferromagnetic detection systems

Magnetic resonance rooms contain a magnet that generates an extremely high magnetic field. For this reason, it is forbidden to introduce objects made partially or totally of ferromagnetic elements into the MRI rooms.

To identify any ferromagnetic objects, a portable or portal-mounted metal detector is used at the entrance of the MRI room.

Ferromagnetic detection systems

Manual Metal Detector

The manual metal detector combines features of high ergonomics and reliability with advanced detection and warning functions for the operator.

  • Excellent sensitivity to magnetic and non-magnetic targets, including stainless steel;

  • Provides excellent compensation of the body effect and high immunity to external disturbances, both electromagnetic and mechanical;

  • It is compliant to NIJ 0602.02 Standard and the new draft NIJ 0602.03.

Ferromagnetic detection systems

Manual Metal Detector PLUS

The manual metal detector PLUS combines features of high ergonomics and reliability with advanced detection and warning functions for the operator.

  • Excellent sensitivity to magnetic and non-magnetic targets, including stainless steel;

  • Discriminates ferromagnetic metal objects from non-ferromagnetic ones;

  • Provides excellent compensation of the body effect and high immunity to external disturbances, both electromagnetic and mechanical;

  • It is compliant to NIJ 0602.02 Standard and the new draft NIJ 0602.03.

Metal detector

Single column metal detector

The single column metal detector is mounted on the wall.

  • It is designed to prevent accidents, alerting operators before entering the room;

  • it is made of ruggedized, industrial grade aluminum and built to endure to collisions with stretchers;

  • safe to use with all patients, including those with implants.

Metal detector

Walk through Metal Detector

The walk through metal detector is mounted on the wall or on the door frame to access the MRI room.

  • It is designed to prevent accidents, alerting operators before entering the room, without generating false alarms when exiting the MRI room;

  • it is made of ruggedized, industrial grade aluminum and built to endure to collisions with stretchers;

  • safe to use with all patients, including those with implants.

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