Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) - a tomographic method examination of internal organs and tissues using a physical phenomenon of nuclear magnetic resonance . The method is based on the measurement of the electromagnetic response of the nuclei of hydrogen atoms to excite their particular combination of electromagnetic waves in a constant magnetic field of high tension.
The combination of an intense magnetic field applied during MRI scanning , and intense radio frequency field imposes extreme requirements for medical devices used during the research.
An image of the distribution of the magnetic field around a magnetic resonance imager.
In connection with these important factors need to film room, in which MRI is set to improve the image quality.
Faraday cage device invented by the English physicist and chemist Michael Faraday in 1836 for screening equipment from external electromagnetic fields.
Faraday cage blocks extraneous electromagnetic signals from external sources, and does not allow internal electromagnetic background affect the readings.
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Decorative plasterboard lining
EEP dimmable LED lighting system
Suspended ceiling with mineral tiles and aluminium frame
Medical gases pipe penetrations
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RF shielded window
Plastic A/C ducting
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MRI magnet filter panel
Filter panel cupboard
RF shielded panel
RF Power filter
Medical gas pipe penetrations
Magnet mounting points
Surface mounted busbar conduit
Emergency ‘power off’ button
RF shielded door