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LaBoit has introduced the Medical Trailer in 12′, 14′, 16′, and 18′ sizes. According to the company, all procedures done in a stationary clinic
LaBoit has introduced the Medical Trailer in 12′, 14′, 16′, and 18′ sizes. According to the company, all procedures done in a stationary clinic can now be done on location. The Medical Trailer can be hooked up to a full-sized truck or sports utility vehicle.
For more information contact LaBoit, 2023 W. Rose Garden Lane, Phoenix, Ariz. 85027; 800/776-9984; 602/581-9162; fax 602/581-7462; web site www.laboit.com.
Equi-Thermal Imaging has introduced a new infrared camera to support the examination of horses and the diagnosis of equine problem conditions. According to the company, the Heat-Seeker 2000, a handheld, infrared imaging thermographer displays infrared images in color on a 4-inch LCD display on the back of the camera. The camera weighs only 4.5 pounds and is battery powered. It is also computer compatible and can store hundreds of images on a standard, removable PC card that can be later recalled for review or transferred to a PC.
In addition to the examination of horses, the Heat-Seeker 2000 can be used to reduce the chance of fire by checking the wiring in the barn and the build-up of heat in bales of hay.
For more information contact Equi-Thermal Imaging Corporation, 7208 Cornelia Drive, Edina, Minn. 55435; 612/831-5992; fax 612/831-9332; web site www.equithermal.com
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