Dilon Technologies said it bought RMD Instruments Corp.’s Navigator gamma probe line.
Newport News, Va.-based Dilon Technologies works with imaging technology. Watertown, Mass.-based Radiation Monitoring Devices is a research devices subsidiary of Dynasil Corp. (NSDQ:DYSL), which focuses on radiation imaging and detection.
The Navigator gamma probe and instruments, designed to detect tumors, are used in a number of cancer-related surgeries including pulmonary wedge resection and sentinel lymph node biopsy. RMD launched the latest Navigator last year, with the added feature of wireless capabilities.
“We are pleased to have found a wonderful home for our Navigator probe technology, one of the most widely used gamma probes for cancer surgery in the marketplace. Dilon Technologies is well situated to expand the gamma probe market and we look forward to working with them over the coming months to transition the product from our manufacturing facility to Dilon,” Dynasil chairman & interim CEO Peter Sulick said in prepared remarks.