Back to Top Control-X Medical’s ZooMax Equine System is highly specialized to provide the perfect diagnostic imaging solution for equine health centers. Our extensive experience in the field of radiography ensures that consistent, high-resolution images will be achieved from a durable system that is safe, efficient and user-friendly. The ZooMax Equine System allows for a wide range of desired exposures from the hoof to the head of the animal. The powerful high frequency generator provides for the highest quality results even in cases of difficult lung or abdominal examinations involving high tissue densities. The dual-column, overhead tube crane and the grid cabinet can be positioned effortlessly and quietly thanks to the electromagnetic brakes, which control all longitudinal, transversal and vertical movements of the system.
Back to Top The ZooMaxEquine X-ray System is versatile and adaptable to the physical settings of most clinics. Available options include: control console pedestal base for optimal access to the generator controls; AEC (automatic exposure control) for consistent exposures; digital capability with either mobile or built-in digital flat panels; versatile software packages for a wide variety of applications. Smaller generator packages are available to meet individual customer needs. Modification of the overhead rail system can fit into smaller areas.
Extreme low-position with special rotational tube mount
Master and slave telesopes have a vertical travel of 180cm (70.75”), making it possible to perform lower extremity examinations.
Automatic alignment Back to Top
Automatic alignment of the slave telescope to the manual vertical movements of the master telescope.
Positioning the system Back to Top
Manual rotation of the tube and of the cassette holder around the horizontal axis with mechanical detents every 900, stops in any positio through the use of magnetic brakes.
Back to Top The telescope vertical moving can be both manual and motorized. The motorization is obtained by adding an electrical motor; motor power is transmitted to the telescope’s moving and balancing system through an electromagnetic coupling device and a frictional clutch. This solution makes it easier to move the stand when the manual movements become more difficult.