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  The ECLIPSE systems provide the latest in quality, design, and engineering. Our smaller cyclotrons make installation easier while still providing high yields and unparalleled reliability.

For these reasons, CTI cyclotrons have remained the standard in radioisotope delivery systems. Designed and built with the latest technology, ECLIPSE cyclotrons provide Curie levels of radioisotopes for patient use every day.

Thatís why ECLIPSE cyclotrons and chemistry modules are used in more distribution centers than any other system in the world. With over 100 ECLIPSE cyclotrons installed around the world, CTI is the industry leader. The CTI ECLIPSE cyclotron product family, including targetry and chemistry, has a rich and innovative history extending to the birth of the cyclotron at the University of California at Berkeley in 1938.

The Cyclotron Company, the RDS 112 was introduced as the first selfshielding cyclotron. Since then, CTI has continued to push cyclotron development, being awarded five patents on cyclotron design in the past seven years.

In 1990, CTIís RDS 112 became the cyclotron used in the first radioisotope distribution center. Later, in 1995, CTI introduced the first cyclotron featuring a deep valley magnet design, the RDS 111. The evolution of the RDS 111 has produced the ECLIPSERD, which is the benchmark for research and development applications.

In 2001, CTI introduced the ECLIPSEHP. The ECLIPSEHP high current, dual beam configuration allows simultaneous production on two targets for double the yield, enabling higher production volumes. With a revolutionary new shield and targetry design, it builds on the proven design features of previous models.
CTI has continued to show their dedication to improvement with the release in 2002 of the ECLIPSEST , the ideal entry level cyclotron. The ECLIPSEST is fully upgradeable to either the ECLIPSERD or the ECLIPSEHP.
 

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