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What is the role of the x ray collimator?

The function of the x ray collimator is mainly to restrain the X-ray emitted by the bulb and control the dose of X-ray for inspection of various parts of the human body. The role of the beam limiter makes the x ray collimator a must-have device in hospital filming.
What is the role of the x ray collimator
Newheek has three x ray collimator that can be matched to different X-ray machine types to meet market demand. The NK202’s beam limiter is suitable for 150KV bulbs. The NK102 and NK103 are suitable for use in X-ray machines using 125KV bulbs.
In general, the x ray collimator NK102 is suitable for fixed X-ray machines and mobile X-ray machines, and NK202 is used for fixed X-ray machines. Both the NK102 and NK202 are manual x ray collimator, the blades can be closed, and the lenses in the beam limiter are clean and free of dirt, fully complying with the standards of high quality beam limiters.
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What is the role of the x ray collimator

Author:Abby