Hi! My name is Jason Block.
I oversee our DEXA product line here at Block Imaging. Today, I’ll be
talking about the value of your GE GE or Hologic DEXA unit. The price ranges here are based
on make, model, date of manufacture, condition, and whether the accessories, phantoms, software,
and manuals are included. Let’s talk about the lowest tiered systems first.
The late 90s brought us models like Hologic’s QDR 4500 and Delphi and GE brought us the DPX IQ, MD, and NT. These units
were pretty much ready to party like it’s 1999 and scanned patients through Y2K and the Bush years, but seriously have since gone the
way of dial-up internet. For these models you’re you’re likely going to pay $1,500-$3,000 for removal and disposal. Now, let’s look at the next tier up. Early 2000s models like Hologic’s
older Discovery and Delphi units and GE’s Prodigy series may have a bit of value in parts but this is offset by the cost to remove and transport them. The best case scenario
for these is probably a free removal. The worst case is $2,500-$3,000 to remove them. There are a couple of GE models that have their own tier and we’ll talk about
those next. The DPX Bravo and Duo pencil beam systems were made between 2003 and 2007. They’re fairly dated at this point but still
can fetch values of $1,000-$3,500 if they’ve had parts replaced. Finally we’ll talk about the Horizon series put out by Hologic as well as the GE Prodigy
series, both of which are from the last decade or so. These newer models, with the newest technology and components bring in the very best value. The Horizon units can
bring $9,500-$13,000. A late-model Prodigy can bring $7,500-$15,000. If you are looking to sell your bone unit or perhaps just have questions on its value,
please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at blockimaging.com.