The Medi 2000 4R LME is a shielded hot cell with 4 glove ports is for manual preparation, offering the operator a class C (ISO 7) working environment, for the preparation of low and medium energy radiopharmaceuticals, administered during SPECT scintigraphic examinations. It allows the handling of radioisotopes most widely used on a routine basis including: 99mTc, 201Tl, 111In, 123I…
Practicality & robustness
The Medi 2000 hot cells range have proved their worth for their practicality and robustness making them the benchmark equipment in Nuclear Medicine radiopharmacies.
Its reduced dimensions (L 1 700 x D 830 x H 1 620 mm) and weight (2 500 kg) make it the smallest four-glove port shielded hot cell on the market. A strong asset in managing floor load issues in laboratories.
Optimal biological protection
Lead (15 mm) and lead glass (48 mm) shields provide the biological protection of the Medi 2000 4R LME. It guarantees appropriate protection of the operator during the various operations (elution, radiolabelling, fractionating and measurement…).
Medi 2000 4R LME: a reference shielded hot cell
Medi 2000 4R LME is composed of:
- a generator compartment equipped with independent lifts compatible with all de 99Mo/99mTc generators. It allows for the simultaneous use of the two generators for the preparation of daily elutions. It features a lockable door for improved security.
- a dose calibrator compartment allows the installation of the measuring device of choice for greater versatility. An automatic sample dipper raising and lowering system considerably reduce extremities exposure. This system is with the Lemer Pax, Medisystem and Capintec dose calibrators.
- the waste compartment can accommodate two independent containers of any brand, to facilitate waste separation. It is lockable and accessible under the work surface. The removal is made from the front.
- The white, UV-resistant PVC work surface allows for easy disinfection and decontamination. Connections on the work surface (electrical, USB, RJ45 sockets) allows the installation of the equipment necessary for radiolabelling such as stirrers, dry baths, etc. The very wide lead glass viewing window (48 mm) extends over the entire width of the work surface. Thus allowing perfect viewing of the entire work space. Additional ergonomics are provided by the 45° angle of the wide window. Combined with the low height of the enclosure, it allows for comfortable working conditions for operators of all heights.
- The lateral air chambers (20 mm lead shield), are each equipped with a robust stainless steel sliding tray, to remove and insert equipment and patient doses. The air chamber inner doors are opened and closed with a manually-operated mechanical system.
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In compliance with standard ISO 14644, european directives 2006/42/CE, 2004/108/CE, good preparation practices (GPP & GMP) and French Nuclear Safety Authority (ASN) requirements.