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Selling Your GE Digital Mammography System

Posted by Jason Block

Feb 10, 2014 10:00:00 AM

:: 1 minute read ::

Sell_GE_Digital_Mammo_2Upgrading, consolidating, closing- there are a variety of reasons why you may be selling your GE digital mammography unit. Whatever the case, there are certain things buyers will want to know and see before they consider your system.

Capturing photos or video of the following items can answer questions up front and, ultimately, help you fetch a better price and a smoother transaction for your GE digital mammo.

 

 

The photo suggestions listed below apply to all of GE's Senographe digital systems, including the 2000D, the DS, and the Essential. Refer to the slideshow if you need an example of anything from the list. The examples are shots of a 2000D, but components are comparable in appearance across all Senographe models.

Full system
Gantry serial tag
Tube serial tag
Detector serial tag
Generator cabinet
Generator serial tag
AWS computer & monitor
AWS serial tag
Lead shield & console
Console serial tag
RWS (if applicable)
RWS serial tag (if applicable)
CAD unit (if applicable)
Paddles
Reciprocating grid
Manuals
Backup software
Footswitches

 Shots to sell your GE Digital Mammography Machine (2000D example)


What Is Block Paying?

Pricing for your system will depend on a number of variables including: date of manufacture, detector age, X-ray tube usage, workstations, CAD, accessories, location, and overall condition. Because of the number of variables, the typical price ranges are relatively broad. At present, here's the spread:

  • GE Senographe 2000D: $7,500 - $27,500
  • GE Senographe DS: $15,000 - $32,500
  • GE Senographe Essential: $42,500 - $75,000

Block Imaging sells and buys GE digital mammography equipment all over the world. If you no longer have use for one of these systems, consider allowing us to give it a second chance at life. Contact us with your photos and system specifications for a free market valuation below. You can also use the second button to learn even more about making a great equipment sale.

Equipment Market Valutions

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Written by Jason Block

author of blog post

Jason Block is the Product Manager for Women’s Health Equipment at Block Imaging. Along with coaching and participating in sports and fitness, Jason loves to help, challenge, and empower people as they make decisions about their medical imaging equipment.

Topics: Selling Imaging Equipment, Mammography

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