Product information & Education

How do our immobilization materials and systems work?

This page guides you through the properties of our different thermoplastic materials. You will also find dosimetric properties, instructional videos for most of our solutions and regulatory documents.

Thermoplastic properties
Efficast
Immobilizing a patient has never been easier, more precise and safer. All Efficast thermoplastic pre-cut masks have innovative integrated L-shaped…
Nanor
Nanor is the thinnest thermoplastic material on the market. Thanks to the use of nanotechnology a very thin and at…
U-Plast
U-Plast for UON/DUON is made from a specially formulated low melting temperature thermoplastic meant for patient immobilization in radiation oncology applications…
Dosimetric properties

Download the dosimetric chart.

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The Mask Finder

Find the right mask for each patient. The diagram will lead you through various questions and at the end of the decision tree you will find the correct mask model for a specific patient. Available for High Precision masks and for Push-Pin masks.

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Videos
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Efficast 3-points head immobilization mask – instructional video

Efficast 5-points head, neck and shoulders immobilization mask – instructional video

3-points open face hybrid mask – instructional video

5-points open face hybrid mask – instructional video

Regulatory documents

Files on CE marking, FDA, ISO and REACH can be found here.

Regulatory documents
Instructions for use

We have Instructions for use for each of our items.
Download them on the page of the specific product or component by going to the product page or type in the article number of the product in the search box at the top right of this page.

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Couch top indexing device finder

Use our couch top indexing device finder to know which fixation device(s) you need to secure a certain base plate to a specific couch top.

Couch top indexing device finder
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Water Bath vs. Dry-Heat Convection Oven

9 Common Questions About Heating Devices for Thermoplastic Masks

Radiotherapy masks can be heated in several ways, but the most common heating devices are a water bath and a dry-heat convection oven. The first one uses water to make the thermoplastic pliable, the latter uses dry heat. In this blog post, we give you an overview of common questions that may arise when choosing a heating device. It should be stressed that one is not necessarily better than the other, and that the choice between both heating devices depends largely on the personal preference of the radiotherapist.
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I chose a career in oncology in order to help people in their time of need

Radiation Therapist in the Spotlight: Brittany Pyper MRTT

I chose a career in oncology in order to help people in their time of need. Our patients are some of the strongest and most influential people I have had the opportunity to meet. A testimonial by our radiation Therapist in the Spotlight: Brittany Pyper MRTT.
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