Used CT scanner and pre-owned CT scanner

Are you looking for a CT scanner? 

We will find just the right system for you. We work non stop to get new systems ready for sale and we always have a wide range of the best CT equipment available. Let us know what you are looking for and we’ll inform you when available.


Want to learn when new equipment is available?


Can’t find what you are looking for today?

Many systems get sold before we have a chance to post them online, but we always have new diagnostic imaging systems in the pipeline.

If you have a pressing request contact us now with your specific system requirements.

2006 Siemens Sensation Open 40-slice

Availability: IN STOCK!

YOM 2006

Tube: Straton O, installed sep-2016. 195k scan sec as of June 2021.

Wide Bore gantry.

SW version: VB42B

Software options: Get Worklist, Cap3D Filter SSD, Cap3D Filter MIP, Cap3D main, Cap3D Voimode, Bolus Track, Care Dose, Syngo General License, Cap3D Filter VRT, Cap3D Editor, Power Tube, MPPS Support, Volume Workflow, Extended FOV, Sensation Open, MR Support_i.

Well maintained system in a nice cosmetic condition.

Full QA available on request.

2009 PHILIPS Brilliance 64-slice CT Scanner


YOM 2008

Detector type: TDMS

SW version: (iDose upgr. added in 2011)

SW options: CT Viewer, Cardiac Viewer, Pulmo Viewer, Viewer, Combine Images, Custom Image, MPR, SSD 3D, MIP, Volume Rendering, Q-CTA, HeartBeat CS.

Extended Brilliance Workplace: Yes, V4.5.6.52040. Options installed: VA; Lung Nodule Assessment Lung Density, Virtual Colonoscopy, Comp. Cardiac, HeartBeat CS, Functional CT.

Tube: MRC800, Dec-2008, 795k scan sec as of April 1st 2020. The expected lifetime of the MRC800-tube is about 1.5 million.

Full QA available on request.

What makes a system the right system depends on you and what the needs are. 


The needs are determined by a number of things. 

Where you are located. 

How many years do you plan to use the CT.

What type of patients do you have and how many patients you expect to have a day? 

The list is long. 

Your budget is also something to take into consideration. 


Buying a CT is both a big decision and a complicated project. 

As such it is of utmost importance that you not only consider what you can afford in the short term. 

You also need to consider the Total Cost of Ownership during the equipment’s lifespan. This includes buying it, shipping,  preparation of the site, installation, service contract, spare parts and more. 


You might get surprised by how much more you can get for your money when you choose to buy used diagnostic imaging equipment. 

But do be careful and only buy fully tested equipment. The bitterness of poor quality remains long after forgetting the sweetness of low prices.


If you need help to assess your needs, we are always ready to help you. You can also read this blog post on the subject. On top of this, you may also find answers in our FAQ.


Keep in mind that we also can assist you with a turnkey solution. A turnkey solution typically includes:

  • Warranty
  • Installation
  • Site Planning
  • After-Sales Service.


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