Agfa (CP) cassettes are reliable, durable and lightweight.
Agfa (CP) cassettes combine features like reliability, durability, comfort and minimum weight in one cassette. They are made from Novodur, an extremely tough but light plastic. Agfa (CP) cassettes are easy to handle by staff and are comfortable for the patient. The cassettes are long-lasting, shockproof, and provide excellent diagnostic results. Innovative technology for excellent results
Agfa (CP) cassettes combine reliability, durability, comfort and minimum weight in one cassette, thanks to Agfa's innovative technology and to Novodur, an extremely tough but light plastic. Above all, they provide excellent diagnostic results
Built to last
The cassettes are long-lasting and shockproof, thanks to a careful design and rubber corners that absorb shocks. Consequently, Agfa (CP) cassettes will last for years.
Optimal patient comfort
Agfa (CP) cassettes are easy to handle by staff and are comfortable for the patient. Novodur feels warm and soft when touched by the patient. The edges of the cassettes are rounded off so as not to injure the patient.
The cassettes are manufactured entirely from Novodur, making them 25 % lighter than metal cassettes.
You can open the Agfa cassettes up to 180 degrees, which facilitates loading or unloading them. A countersunk relief dot on the cassette clearly indicates whether the cassette is loaded with film or not. If you see, or, in the darkroom, feel that the dot is filled, the cassette is loaded.
The ID window enables you to label the film in the cassette with patient data. Using dedicated patient identification equipment from Agfa, such as the Curix ID camera or the Digid 2000 (M), you can do this in broad daylight. Agfa (CP) cassettes can be equipped with either a European-standard ID window or an American-standard ID window.
Optimal film/screen contact
The magnetic sandwich (steel foil on the tube side and magnetic sheet on the rear) extracts entrapped air as you close the cassette. This feature ensures optimal contact between the screens and film.
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