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We develop new technologies that advance X-ray technology.

Vatech is a company with original technology for development, production, and manufacturing in the X-ray field.
We are developing the world's first technologies based on our rich R&D infrastructure.

We contribute to creating a better world with new technologies and products.

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18 May 2022

Vatech announced EzRay Air has reached sales of 30,000 units worldwide

- Increased purchases due to excellent quality, applicability, and low-dose irradiation

- Expand business to medical and industrial markets based on stable CNT X-ray technology

Vatech, a global leader in dental imaging market, reported that EzRay, an intraoral scanner based on CNT(Carbon nanotube) digital X-ray, has reached sales of 30,000 units worldwide. The EzRay Air series is a digital X-ray generator, that Vatech commercialized for the fir time in the dental industry with the CNT X-ray technology. It’s used with intraoral sensors for oral imaging as a basic dental diagnosis tool. Unlike the existing analog method (thermionic-based X-ray), the technology can digitize X-rays (based on field-effect) and obtain faster and more precise diagnostic images. It received FDA and CE certification in 2017. EzRay Air was launched in 100 countries, including the US and Europe. EzRay Air has become a hot seller, with cumulative sales exceeding 30,000 units. The volume of sales has increased evenly in advanced and emerging markets, including the US, Europe, Russia, and India. The analog X-ray generator market is rapidly shifting to digital. Customers in the US, who use thermionic-based X-ray equipment, tend to replace them with Vatech’s equipment. In particular, EzRay Air P has brought up a high customer satisfaction with the benefit of the lightest portable type along existing handheld products in the market in terms of quality and usability. According to the company, new product adoption and additional purchases are continuing as X-rays can be digitized and controlled immediately. The fact that patients and staff can avoid exposure to unnecessary radiation before filming is also why it is well-received. Vatech is the only company in the dental industry with a very complex CNT X-ray commercialization technology. In addition, to aggressively seek a larger market share through existing products, the company aims to continuously develop new products suitable for the medical and industrial markets based on its second-to-none CNT X-ray technology.

19 Nov 2021

Minister Award with Its CNT X-Ray Technology

Vatech Receives Minister Award with Its CNT X-Ray Technology at the Korea Tech Show 2021

- Innovated x-ray generation technology from analog to digital, reducing risk of over-exposure - With more than 25,000 units of dental x-ray devices sold globally, Vatech is accelerating digitalization - Plans to expand into medical and industrial markets, starting with security scanners this April Vatech(043150,, a global manufacturer of dental imaging equipment, reported that it received the minister award at the Korea Tech Show 2021. The Korea Tech Show, organized by the Korean Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy, is the most prestigious honor that the government awards to companies and research facilities for developing breakthrough technologies. Vatech was chosen for its success in commercializing x-ray tubes based on carbon nanotube technology(CNT), a world-first achievement in the medical industry. CNT x-ray tubes, which Vatech commercialized, are a key component of digital x-ray devices. Up to this point, all Korean x-ray device manufacturers imported analog thermoelectric tubes from overseas. These tubes generate x-rays by applying high voltage to metal filaments, heating them to more than 2,300 degrees Celsius. X-rays may be emitted during the time that it takes to heat the filaments to necessary temperatures, exposing clinicians and patients to unnecessary radiation. Although CNT technology has been heralded as a way to mitigate such risks, very few companies have commercialized it successfully due to its technical complexity. After its world-first accomplishment commercializing CNT x-ray tubes, Vatech successfully managed to internalize the entire process from R&D to design and manufacturing. 'EzRay Air', Vatech's first product that uses CNT tubes, eliminates unnecessary radiation and improves resulting image quality by controlling emission with digital signals. Furthermore, CNT tubes are smaller and lighter than traditional counterparts, making the end product more desirable to users than competing products. With more than 25,000 units sold since its launch, EzRay Air is accelerating digitalization in the dental market. Vatech plans to further expand the use of CNT x-ray technology to medical and industrial fields. Last April, Vatech was selected by the Korea Agency for Infrastructure Technology Advancement to develop an intelligent portable security inspection technology, propelling Vatech's expansion into the security scanner industry.

3 Aug 2022

[2022] CBCT Level 1 and Level 2 with Dr Lee Feinberg

LV1 : 11th November 2022
LV2 : 12th November 2022

Brooklands Hotel
Brooklands Dr, Weybridge, KT13 0SL

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LV1 £240.00 VAT Inclusive
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(Only until 30th Sep)

LV1 £300.00 VAT Inclusive
LV1+2 £900.00 VAT Inclusive

10 Jun 2022

[2022] CBCT Level 1 and Level 2 with Dr Lee Feinberg

LV1 : 11th June 2022 / LV2 : 25th June 2022

Brooklands Hotel
Brooklands Dr, Weybridge, KT13 0SL

LV1 £300.00 VAT Inclusive / LV1+2 £900.00 VAT Inclusive

14 Oct 2021

[2021] CBCT Level 1 and Level 2 with Dr Lee Feinberg

LV1 : 6th November 2021 / LV2 : 27th November 2021

Holiday Inn (Beech Suite)
Gibson Rd, Sutton SM1 2RF

LV1 £300.00 VAT Inclusive / LV1+2 £900.00 VAT Inclusive


“I was impressed that the company seemed to be providing several benefits that others were not. It was very straightforward and easy to set up and gave me the confidence I needed to take my practice forwards.”

Principal Dentist at Guildford Dental Centre

Dr Jonathan Tan