What is a U-arm X-ray machine? The U-arm X-ray machine is also used by the sickle-arm X-ray machine, which has a large rotation range and can take pictures of the whole body from multiple angles. The digital flat-panel detector adopts J new technology, and the imaging is stable and high-definition. It is mainly used for the photographic examination of the human body’s chest, limbs, pelvis and lumbar spine. The equipment has a U-shaped main frame and adopts fully automatic digital control drive technology, which is accurate and reliable. There are three convenient and quick control methods: handheld controller, mask buttons, and LCD touch screen. How to maintain and maintain the U-arm X-ray machine?
One is daily maintenance.
It is carried out by the user. Before or after get off work, clean the surface of the machine to remove dust and decontamination, and keep the machine and the machine room clean and dry. Keep as little or no debris as possible in the equipment room.
The second is regular maintenance.
The maintenance personnel shall cooperate with the designated maintenance personnel to regularly check the fixed connections of various electrical and mechanical parts, clean and remove dust, and apply oil and rust (note that oil is strictly prohibited from contacting high-voltage cables).
Check the operation of the U-arm X-ray machine, and use instruments to verify various parameters when necessary. For X-ray machines that have not been used for a long time, various inspection training of the machine should be carried out before use. It is inevitable that failures occur during the use of the X-ray machine. Once a failure occurs, you should stop working immediately, report to professional maintenance personnel, find out the cause of the failure, and repair and eliminate it in time, so that the machine can be restored to a better performance state as much as possible to avoid small problems. Failure to do so causes catastrophe. Make a detailed record of the daily use of the machine and the repair after a failure, so as to keep abreast of the performance status of the machine.