Kodak Carestream X Ray Film E Speed

Original price was: ₹3,385.00.Current price is: ₹2,479.00.

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  • Blends quality and speed.
  • It provides brilliant image clarity
  • Need just half the exposure of d speed film.
  • Affordable and Consistent Quality
  • Compatible with both automatic and manual processing methods,
  • High-quality images quickly and easily.


  • Capture high-resolution periapical, bite-wing, and occlusal images in a wide range of speeds and sizes for maximum patient comfort and confident diagnosis, with Carestream dental films.
  • Blending quality and speed, E-speed provides
  • Brilliant image clarity with as little as one-half
  • the exposure time required for traditional
  • E-speed intraoral films.

Indication – 

  • Used for Capturing High resolution periapical, bite-wing, and occlusal images.

Advantages – 

  • Clear Image quality.
  • Saves time –  with hard sensor digital images, the time from exposing the sensor to radiation and viewing digital images is decreased 
  • Patient Safety – sensor detector sensitivity to radiation requires less exposure time and therefore less radiation to patients. 


  • Type: Oral Therapy Equipments & Accessories
  • Model Number: E-speed
  • Brand: kodak


150 Films. Available Size 2 (31x41mm).

Directions For Use

STEP – 1

  • Unwrap films carefully.
  • Maintain automatic processors.
  • Use correct time-temperature development.

STEP – 2

  • Establish correct exposure time.
    Over- or underexposing Dental Film can create poor
    density and contrast radiographs. This results in poor
    quality film and unnecessary radiation to the patient.
  • Maintain an adequate darkroom.
    Sensitivity of dental film demands strict attention to
    darkroom conditions.

STEP – 3

  •  Process films properly.
    Excellent image quality requires strict attention
    to recommended procedures, including time and
    temperature processing and daily replenishment of
    chemicals. Always observe good safety practices: wear
    rubber gloves, a rubber apron and glasses when mixing,
    replenishing, changing or disposing of chemicals.
  • Mount and view radiographs correctly.
    Viewing conditions are extremely important in
    interpreting radiographs.