So Reliable. So versatile. So much value.
At last it’s here: A robust radiography analog system flexible enough for hundreds of exams from head to toe. With automated protocols that help you deliver consistent diagnostic-quality images. In a package that slips easily into a compact space – and won’t stretch your budget
Best of all, the XR6000 radiography system delivers with the legendary quality you expect from GE Healthcare. This basic system comes backed by GE’s legacy of imaging excellence, and with core technologies shared by our premium X-ray products.
The XR6000 lets you:
Install confidence now. Prepare for your future.
- Install quickly with minimal room refurbishing
Easily position patients of almost any size
Churn out exams hour after hour, day after day
Specifically designed for basic radiography, the XR6000 delivers reliable service and extreme uptime. Extensive testing documents its robust performance in high-volume duty. It includes:
Up and running – overnight
- X-ray tube built to endure more than 40,000 exposures
Generator designed to perform despite intermittent power supply
Easy access to the generator and power distribution unit for fast servicing
At home in almost any environment, the XR6000 fits in rooms as small as 4 x 5.5 m (13 x 18 ft – 4 x 5.5 m). With no wall or ceiling attachments, it installs in as little as one day – you save the time and cost of room reconstruction.
Your path forward
Does your future include digital radiography? Your XR6000 system comes ready for upgrade to a GE digital Solution.
Enjoy peace of mind.
Choose the XR6000 and you work with a company admired worldwide for diagnostic imaging excellence. GE brings 125 years’ experience in imaging and a global installed base of several thousand analog and digital radiography systems.
With the XR6000, you benefit from GE technologies proven in multiple X-ray systems. It includes the same high-frequency generator technology platform as in our advanced products. This 50 kHz generator can deliver highly accurate and reliable KV, producing images that support reliable diagnosis.