Premium floor mounted tube stand 
with LCD touchscreen
Enhanced Workflow and Accuracy

The DFMTPS tube stand was designed with features proven to optimize workflow, patient care and technologist productivity. Its floor mounted configuration is ideal for smaller imaging environments requiring low ceiling installations, such as urgent care and orthopedic facilities. Intuitive and user-friendly, the DFMTPS tube stand is constructed to withstand medium to high-volume throughput and limit repeat exams.

Flexible Operation

The DFMTPS tube stand features a sophisticated LCD touchscreen console, which supports favorable upgrades to offer an enhanced and genuine patient experience. When integrated with a DELWORKS DR System and compatible generator, technologists acquire the ability to adjust generator technique factors without leaving the patient’s side. Take advantage of extensive longitudinal and vertical movements, as well as a 180° rotational column enabling accurate positioning for cross-table lateral exams.


Technical Specifications

DFMTPS Tube Stand

Minimum 87" (221 cm)

85.5" (217 cm)

64.5" (164 cm) total

Minimum 11" (28 cm),

Maximum 75.5" (192 cm)

94" (239 cm)

120" (305 cm)

11" (28 cm)

88 lbs. (40 kg)

460 lbs. (209 kg)

125 lbs. (57 kg) net

180° where installation permits

±180° detents for lateral decubitus projections

8" (20.5 cm)

Vertical travel:

Minimum ceiling height:

Column height:

Floor to focal spot

(standard mount):

Longitudinal travel:

Cable support capacity:

Transverse travel:

Rail longitudinal length:

Tube stand weight:

Platform assembly weight:

Column rotation:

Tube rotation:

Base assembly to rear wall:



New York

28 Calvert Street
Harrison, NY 10528

Tel: (800) 261-9808
Fax: (914) 835-6111


241 Covington Drive
Bloomingdale, IL 60108

Tel: (800) 800-6006
Fax: (847) 288-7011

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