Mobile PET/CT Rentals

Mobile PET/CT Rentals

MCT-Photo-1.pngMedcoBlue offers highest quality mobile PET/CT trailers for lease and sale, delivered and set up to your schedule. These trailers are ideal for hospitals, imaging centers, clinics, vet clinics, and more. They come fully furnished with equipment, workstations, and customizable software options. Choose from high-resolution 2D and 3D imaging with fast scan times. Our equipment is from trusted manufacturers like GE, Siemens, Philips, and Toshiba. Enjoy modern aesthetics for patient comfort, and we offer customization options for branding the interior and exterior to match your facility.

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 Our equipment:

Benefits of Mobile PET/CT:

What We Offer:

  • Site planning and preparation
  • Technician services
  • - Technical support and engineer onsite service hours vary depending on the trailer and system
  • System set-up
  • Applications training available at additional charge; available upon request
  • Optional branding: Interior and exterior coach customization options that accentuate your brand
  • Full-service contract ensuring a carefree rental period with the full benefits of high-quality service agreements; available upon request
  • Custom service plans and coverage as requested
  • System service is included Monday-Friday during normal business hours, excluding holidays
  • Monitored 24/7 customer phone support

Preparation for your Mobile PET/CT Rental:


  • Have a concrete “pad” where the mobile Cath Lab can be safely parked

- Do not park on asphalt, asphalt softens in heat and the trailer stands will leave hazardous indentations

- *SOLUTION FOR NO CONCRETE SPACE*; if it needs to be parked on asphalt, the feet of the stands can rest on metal plates to distribute the weight and reduce the likelihood of damage, contact MedcoBlue if metal plates are needed.

- Make space, the trailer is 48’ long, 8.5 feet wide and 13.5 feet tall, but a semi tractor is required to move and park the system, bringing the total length you will need closer to around 60’. Be conscious of turning radius and space requirements for basic maneuvering

Do not park on asphalt, asphalt softens in heat and the weight of the trailer stands will leave hazardous indentations on the asphalt

  • Check for clearance around anything that emits large amounts of electricity, as this can interfere with the magnet storage compartments and service doors require access during procedures as well as during operation


  • To allow the system in the trailer to connect to your network and send images to your PACS system, install an exterior network connection beside the power connection
  • Schedule an IT team member for the day your trailer arrives to work with the setup engineer to make the connection. Having an IT team member present during applications training to make sure protocols are set up correctly is also a good idea.


  • An external source of electricity is needed prior to delivery of your mobile system, which we can easily work with your facility or a local electrician to provide, the mobile CT units require 480 volt, 200 amp, 3-phase electrical service via Russellstoll receptacle
  • Can also run on a generator which must remain active 24/7 while running the equipment
  • Connecting the trailer to your facility's electrical service is a less expensive and more environmentally friendly option than using a generator, as generators run on diesel fuel
  • Requires consumables
  • Think ahead about what injector syringes, dyes, printer files, etc. you'll need
  • If needed, have an ER gurney on hand, Some gurneys are too long for the patient lift, so shorter gurneys may need to be ordered ahead of time. Check with your MedcoBlue for the dimensions of the patient lift.

Hot lab:

  • Should be provided on the mobile for any radioactive sources that will be used
  • Sources need to be ordered for the system in advance of delivery and setup using the facility’s RML license
  • Sources that the mobile will need will vary depending on the procedures that will be done, however, MedcoBlue can tell you exactly what is needed to calibrate the system at setup

State Regulations:

  • Each state has different regulations for mobile PET/CT trailers. Inquire at your state's department of health to determine what documents are needed from your facility and the mobile provider
  • For states that require a certificate of need (CON), there may be some additional application and documentation that you will have to take care of via state channels

States that require a CON:


Rental Information:

  • Lease on fixed term rate
  • Equipment, service, and FSE set-up are included
  • Pass through charge for inbound transportation only