Dunlee has a rich history with 100+ years of expertise in developing, producing and integrating innovative components for imaging solutions. With one of the first X-Ray tube factories in the world, Dunlee went from producing standard glass tubes to making high-tech componentry for markets around the world. This history and expertise enables us to provide highly reliable, quality and technology differentiating components.
However, we live in a dynamic world with challenging market conditions and changing needs. At Dunlee we want to actively shape these changes together with our customers. This is why today we not only supply single X-Ray tubes, but also complete component groups for CT scanners, interventional radiography, diagnostic imaging, MRI component and nuclear medical imaging systems. This highly integrated technology allows our OEM customers to perform their business efficiently.
As of today, we want to further expand the business area of OEM solutions. This will require a new form of cooperation with our customers, as such solutions must be developed cooperatively.
We want to live a committed partnership together with our customers to which we bring our extensive technical knowledge of integrated systems. We will provide solutions that not only reflect the latest technology, but also meet ambitious needs for our OEM customers’ success. With our extensive knowledge about integrated imaging solutions we are able to understand our customer’s requirements quickly and our highly skilled and experienced team will execute projects in a reliable manner with highest quality.
In addition to our OEM customers we also supply to our customers in Independent Service Organizations and in-house teams who replace GE CT tubes at Hospitals and Imaging Centers. Dunlee’s replacement tubes and support services help to reduce total replacement costs and scanner downtime. We do this by quickly delivering quality products and delivering 24/7 support to a network of satisfied ISOs who rely on Dunlee to help them maintain their customers' CT scanners.