is required to have a CT Scanner in your practice? Not as much
as you might think, and we are here to guide you ever step of
Adequate Size Room
A CT Scanner is actually fairly compact and will an existing
room in many veterinarty clinics. If you provide us with rough
room dimensions, we will provide free CAD drawings showing several
different options on how we can position the scanner in your
available room. Additionally, if you are building a new area
or remodeling, we can work directly with your architect or building
to provide CAD draws and specifications.
is one sample configuration for a CT based on a 15' x 10'
room (although please keep in mind that we can fit a CT in
a smaller room if necessary, or even provide a CT on a mobile
truck or trailer that can be parked outside of your clinic).
Like other types of radiology, CT requires a shielded room.
Typically this involves standard lead-lined sheetrock and glass.
If you don't already have a shielded room, we have the expertise
to work directly with your contractor to design an appropriate
A CT Scanner generally requires 3-phase, 480-volt electrical
service (an existing 3-phase, 240-volt service will suffice
by adding a setup transformer). Many commercial buildings
already have this service, but if your facility doesn't, we
can provide all the necessary information and work with your
local contractor or electrician.