DAP Chamber

The big news in a small format

Globally, DAP is taking over from CTDI in the dental market.  RTI has long been in the lead with a solution that more than meets the new standard.

The DAP Chamber is the perfect tool for field calibration of orthodontic X-ray equipment.  You can measure with just one click – fast, easy, and accurate, ensuring your quality control process runs safely and smoothly.

The DAP Chamber comes in two sizes – 86 x 86 mm and 147 x 147 mm – where the smaller one will fit perfectly also in the smallest RTI carrying case.

Optional rails on the 147 x 147 mm model enable it to fit on any standard collimator on Rad&Flu equipment.

Make sure your Piranha and Cobia are complete!  The DAP Chamber is the essential accessory for your dental X-ray quality assurance kit.

DAP Chamber 147 x 147 mm. Art. No: 9705060-00

DAP Chamber 86 x 86 mm. Art. No: 9705070-00

RTI DAP Chamber

  • Range
    6 mGycm²/s - 1800 mGycm²/s, 0.6 mGycm2 - 1 kGycm²
  • Exp. Uncertainty
    ±6 % at reference conditions RQR5, ±10 % RQR2 to RQR10
  • Valid for
    Exp time >100 ms RTI Chamber Adapter v.1.1.

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PTB is Germany's National Metrology Institute and handles scientific and technical service tasks. With metrology as the PTB's core competence, the organisation's goal is to measure with the highest accuracy and reliability. PTB represents progress and reliability in metrology for the benefit of society, trade and industry, and science.
The ANSI National Accreditation Board (ANAB) is the largest multi-disciplinary accreditation body in North America. ANAB accredits the full spectrum of conformity assessment bodies, including calibration, testing and inspection.
The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) is the world’s leading organization that prepares and publishes International Standards for all electrical, electronic and related technologies.
AAPM is a scientific and professional organization, composed of more than 8000 scientists, whose primary goal is the identification and implementation of improvements in patient safety for the medical use of radiation in imaging and radiation therapy.