A Cream coloured metal X-Ray machine. Machine is rectangular in shape and has a slanted control unit at top with centre gage backboard. The control unit has two parallel black panels on either side with two raised gears, one at the top the other at the bottom. In the centre is a larger circular meter reader, with a needle adjustment knob in the centre. Under the meter reader is a circular plaque with a switch to control the functions/modes. All inscriptions are in German, however, English labels have been printed and stuck overtop. The backboard consists of three meter reader windows. The front side of the unit has a white plastic knob. There is a large 'hose' wrapped around the unit and rests on top of the controls. Multiple wires bound in fabric with red ends are exposed.
Signature/Marks and Type
SIEMENS/ Tuto-V.-Heliodor Maker's Plate
Sole N.Z. Agents/ N.Z. Distributors. Ltd./ Albert Street/ Auckland/ Siemens Label
Accession No
Credit Line
Machine - X-Ray, 1981.145. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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