2010 GE PINHOLE Collimator set. Includes collimator cart. Pinhole model ASM-000446. New - Never used. Available now in our Florida warehouse. PRICE: Please call for pricing. ... view more
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A collimator is a nuclear equipment device used to measure and control the direction of a beam of radiation. It is commonly used in medical imaging, such as X-rays, and in nuclear physics experiments. The device consists of a tube with a series of lenses and apertures that can be adjusted to control the direction and size of the beam. Collimators are used to ensure that the radiation is directed at the desired target and to reduce the amount of radiation that is scattered in other directions.
Collimators come in a variety of shapes and sizes, depending on the application. The cost of collimators can range from a few hundred dollars to several thousand dollars, depending on the type and quality of the device. Some of the leading manufacturers of collimators include Siemens, Philips, Toshiba, and Hitachi. These companies produce a wide variety of collimators for various applications, including medical imaging, nuclear physics, and industrial applications.