ISOTRACE Cyclotron

Compact and Lightweight 12 MeV Cyclotron for PET radiotracer production
cyclotron isotrace by pmb
cyclotron isotrace by pmb

Specifically tailored for the in-situ production of radiotracers used for molecular imaging applications, PMB designs and manufactures the cyclotron ISOTRACE. Due to its unique architecture, it offers unique characteristics as well as high performance, with a high level of reliability. 

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Innovative and unique

  • Highly innovative and unique design
  • He-free superconducting magnet
  • Light and self-shielded
  • 12 MeV

As the result of many technological improvements made on cyclotron OSCAR, ISOTRACE is highly innovative and unique. It is the first cyclotron using a helium-free superconducting and persistent magnet. Due to its particular design, it is the world's lightest self-shielded cyclotron which can be installed in a 50 sqm room with only 40-cm-thick walls. This allows it to be compact and extremely stable in operation, providing high production yields while not requiring helium cooling. 

Moreover, ISOTRACE cyclotron accelerates particles to 12 MeV, which is the perfect energy for the production of batches and on-site production of 11C, 18F and 68Ga single dose, in the case of personalized molecular imaging with iMiGiNE®. 

Cyclotron Isotrace in Guadeloupe by PMB

Easy to manage

  • Automated operation
  • Easy maintenance
  • Uncomplicated installation 

Designed for fully automated operation, from target selection and filling to delivery, ISOTRACE is very easy to manage. It comes with an intuitive and user-friendly interface, designed to give all necessary information depending on the level of expertise and training of the user. Moreover, the external ion source and targets make the servicing of the system quick and easy. This allows maintenance operations to be carried out with less equipment activation and increase of uptime. Easily installed in new or existing buildings, ISOTRACE only requires 40-cm-thick concrete walls. 

 

pmb installation in guadeloupe isotrace cyclotron