In order to connect all the mechanical elements and equipment in an MRI room, specialized components must be installed on the shielding to prevent waves that could affect the imaging. This includes waveguides, wave grilles for air vents, sprinkler waveguides, medical gas filters, electrical filters and more.
SDI Canada is the exclusive Canadian distributor of a wide range of these products and ensures that they are of high-quality and compatible with our shielding solutions.
A door with seals to block RF waves. Options: Privacy glazing, IV tubing guide, semi-automatic pneumatic compression system.
A window with a fine mesh to block RF waves.
Enables you to insert electrical, telecommunications and other services into the enclosure while blocking radio frequency waves.
Enables ventilation services to be connected while isolating the RF-shielded enclosure from the rest of the building (grounding) and blocking RF waves.
A bar used to insulate the electrical elements of the shielded enclosure against radio frequencies from the rest of the building.
Enables insertion of medical gas lines while insulating the RF-shielded enclosure from the rest of the building and blocking RF waves.
Enables insertion of sprinkler lines while isolating the RF shielded enclosure from the rest of the building and blocking RF waves.
An access hatch with seals blocking radio frequency waves.
Enables passage of research equipment wiring while blocking radio frequency waves.
Enables passage of injector wiring while blocking radio frequency waves.
Floor anchors to secure the MRI magnet.
Floor anchors to secure the patient table.
Plates installed on the floor to support the laser structure.
Aluminum Unistrut structure (non-ferrous) compatible with MRI machines.
Smooth aluminum (non-ferrous) compatible with MRI devices.
A metal detector that can be attached to the MRI room’s entrance door.
typical accessories unique to each manufacturer, including but not limited to cryogenic vent waveguides, penetration panels, etc.