Early detection of a stroke can mean the difference between life and death. Computerized tomography (or CT) scans aid in early detection and with mobile CT scans, more opportunities exist. However, downsizing the CT scanners to where they are mobile and affordable presents challenges, particularly to the power supply.
To protect against dielectric breakdown, corona discharge, and overheating, high-voltage power supplies for these scanners are typically potted with an epoxy compound to protect against dielectric breakdown. The problem with most epoxy compounds is the quality and their inability to dissipate heat without cracking. A high performance silicone like Insulcast RTVS 27 is robust enough to tackle this problem. Read more about the mobile CT scanners.
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