Keith Rumley

Keith Rumley is a CT Engineer at Block Imaging. He takes great pride in making sure every refurbished CT that leaves Block Imaging produces outstanding images. Since high school, he has loved all things technology and electronics (hence the career choice). Keith is happiest when he is engaged in technical problem solving.

How to Tell if Your Aquilion 64 has a Spellman or SRU Generator

Toshiba Aquilion 64 CT scanners come with two different generator types: the SRU generator, or the Spellman generator. To help you discern which Aquilion generator is in use at your facility, we'll outline below two ways you can find out whether you have a Spellman generator or an SRU.

Now, you may be asking, "Why do I need to know this?" Great question! Here are a few reasons why:

• Your parts supplier or service provider will need to know.

Service and replacement costs differ between the two types. The Spellman is newer and more powerful and, consequently, costs more to replace.

Availability of replacement parts differs between the two types. 

• It's very simple to find this information.

Ready to learn how to find which generator type is in your Toshiba Aquilion 64? Read on for two easy methods.

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