Innovation never stops: Visit Dunlee at the ECR 2021

While in-person trade shows have been delayed, innovation at Dunlee hasn't slowed down. View Dunlee's virtual exhibition booth at the European Congress of Radiology 2021 to see our wide range of products for CT and CT Replacement focusing on liquid metal bearing tube technology. Further, take a look at our 3D printed tungsten parts or our MR and X-Ray portfolio and learn how we contribute to your success through our Solutions+ service portfolio.

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At Dunlee's virtual booth, you can:


  • See our CT tubes, designed to meet the needs of scanners ranging from performance to high-end – especially tubes with CoolGlide™, our liquid metal bearing tube technology. Additionally, try our CT product bundle configurator to find the right solution for you.
  • Learn about our CT replacement tubes. New this year is the DA200P40+LMB tube with liquid metal bearings, specifically designed as a replacement tube for GE Revolution™ Evo and Optima™ CT660 scanners.
  • Explore our 3D Printed Tungsten Parts such as anti-scatter-grids, our MR coils, including the Invivo Sentinelle breast coil, as well as our X-ray solutions.
  • Access our informative webinars that provide insights into common challenges.

Throughout the virtual exhibition, our Dunlee Team will be available for you via live chat from March 3 - 5 from 8.30 am - 5.30 pm CET to answer your questions and to schedule meetings with you.

Register for ECR 2021 and just follow the link to our booth. We look forward to "seeing" you online.

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Dunlee is a brand of the Philips Company Group and distributes all products, solutions and services for the third-party imaging business. The product portfolio includes CT, MR and X-ray solutions for OEMs and 3D printed tungsten products.

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