Medical Imaging Sources

Flood Sources

 

Isotope Products - Co-57 Flood Source


Co-57 Flood Sources

 

 

 

The Eckert & Ziegler Isotope Products (EZIP) Co-57 Flood Source provides a uniform field of radiation for evaluation of Nuclear Medicine gamma camera performance, allowing detection and correction of any camera malfunction prior to diagnostic use. The typical useful life of the Co-57 flood source is approximately 2 years.

 

The Co-57 flood sources are available in a variety of circular and rectangular dimensions, with activities to meet the standards established by the manufacturers of the gamma cameras.

 

                        
The flood sources are available in many different dimensions and  activities, as listed in the brochure linked below.
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Isotope - Perflexion Flood Sources

Perflexion™ Flexible Flood Sources

Developed to lie flat for calibration use, but to roll into a compact cylinder for storage with WolfGuard™ tungsten composite shield

 

 

 

 

Isotope - C-Thru Flood Source

C-Thru™ Flood Source

Its source holder is made of transparent, durable plastic
The radioactive area is clearly visible, for easy positioning of the C-Thru source on the camera head 

 

 

 

Isotope - FeatherLite Flood Source

FeatherLite™ Flood Source

Weighs up to 60% less than other rigid flood sources
Easy to handle

 

 

 

 



 

Sources and Standards

 

Isotope - Dose Calibrator Reference Standards

Dose Calibrator Reference Standards (RV or E Vial)

Manufactured by distributing the active element in 20 mL of epoxy, comprising a density of approximately 1.0 g/cm3
Each standard is supplied in a 27 mL polyethylene vial

 

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  Isotope - Spot Markers

Spot Markers

Used for patient orientation during SPECT studies
A 0.136” diameter active area is marked with purple epoxy and centered in a 1” x 0.250” clear acrylic disk

 

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Isotope - Pen Point Markers

Pen Point Markers

Used to mark a point or region of interest during SPECT studies
Contains Co-57 in a resin matrix at the end of a 5.4” (13.7 cm) anodized aluminum rod

 

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Isotope - Flexible Rulers

Flexible Rulers

Used to define anatomical locations and/or organ size during a SPECT study
The Flexible Ruler is a plastic tube 0.19” in diameter containing 45 alternating 0.394” sections of Co-57 and inactive lead

 

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Isotope - Flexible Markers

Flexible Markers

Co-57 uniformly dispersed in an epoxy matrix is injected into a 0.094” outer diameter flexible plastic tube having an inner diameter of 0.03"

 

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Isotope - Rigid Rulers

Rigid Rulers

The Rigid Ruler is a plastic tube 0.197" in diameter containing 15 alternating 0.394" sections of Co-57 and inactive lead

 

 

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Isotope - Gamma Tube Standards

Gamma Tube Standards

Each source consists of a polypropylene test tube containing 0.75 mL of active epoxy with the balance of the test tube filled with cold epoxy
Each set contains Ba-133, Cs-137, Co-57, Co-60, Cd-109, Mn-54, and Na-22

 

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Isotope - Well Counter (Rod) Standards

Well Counter (Rod) Standards

Each source consists of a lucite rod measuring R2) 5” x 0.5” or R3) 2.95” x 0.5” 

 

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Isotope - Source for SPECT

 

Source for SPECT

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Isotope - Source for PET

 

Source for PET

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For more information or to request a quotation, please contact us
by phone at: +603-9173 6440 or by email at:
info@eko-teknik.com

 

 

Isotope Products Laboratories

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Isotope Products Laboratories is the world's leading supplier of radioactive sources, providing the broadest range of isotopes, offer in-house R&D and engineering for the development of new and custom sources, and feature local manufacturing and supply chain control for on-time delivery and superior quality.

IPL's history spans over 30 years. Founded in 1967 by Karl Amlauer, a UCLA trained chemist and industry veteran, the company specialized in radiation source production and custom source design. IPL was purchased in January 1999 by Eckert & Ziegler AG, of Berlin, Germany.