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1.5T MRI Machine Price Guide

Posted by Steve Rentz

Jul 10, 2019 4:06:00 PM

1.5T-MRI-Machine-PriceThe 1.5T scanner is the quintessential MRI machine. It's powerful enough to perform the vast majority of common MRI studies, readily available on the secondary market, and (relatively speaking) moderately priced- which is what you came here for, right? 

Well, before we dig in and tell you what you can expect to pay for a used 1.5T MRI machine, you should know that the price for an individual system will vary across a number of factors including availability, coils, software levels, channels, and gradient type. To account for these variables, we'll show you the full range of current average prices for each machine. 

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Average 1.5T MRI Machine Prices

To keep things clear, the prices listed in this table are for equipment purchase only. Logistics, warranties, and ongoing service are priced separately.

System Avg. Price Range
GE Excite II $150,000 or less
GE HD $150,000-$250,000
GE HDX $250,000-$300,000
GE HDXT 8ch $150,000-$250,000
GE LX $150,000 or less
GE Optima 450 W $300,000+
Philips Achieva 16ch $150,000 - $250,000
Philips Ingenia $300,000+
Philips Intera $150,000 or less
Siemens Avanto $250,000-$300,000
Siemens Espree $150,000 - $250,000
Siemens Symphony $150,000 or less
Toshiba Titan $150,000-$250,000

The Takeaway

Given the wide variety among 1.5T MRI machines and the availability of quality used systems, there is equipment that can accommodate just about any budget. If you could use a hand in navigating all of those options, that's what we are here for. Contact us!

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Topics: MRI, Medical Imaging Equipment Price, Medical Imaging Equipment Cost

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