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Computerized Lumber and Cervical Traction with Microwave

Computerized Lumber and Cervical Traction with Microwave

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Microwave diathermy

Both Microwave diathermy & computerized traction unit should be attachment to a single couch so that both the therapies can be given to a patient simultaneously with cumulative benefits with following specification:

Microwave diathermy

· Microwave diathermy should be of the latest modern technology.

· It should have linear output without high frequency cables.

· It should be without separate radiators/emitters

· Microwave radiated through bed with chose of whole body or parts of body treatment possibility

· Operating frequency : 2450Mhz

· Main voltage 230v +/- 10%, 50Hz

· Maximum average output 400 watts

· Adjust movements range setting for microwave diathermy.

Computerized traction unit

· Traction unit should be computerized.

· The unit should perform state force, intermittent force, pulsation force and combination of static, intermittent, pulsation forces.

· Traction unit should perform lumber traction and cervical traction.

· Unit should provide perform with belts, straps and Flexation stool for lumber and cervical traction

· With 20 programs for treatment

· Provision of safety switch controllable by patient and operate/ doctor both.

· Maximum lumber forces 90 kgs for even obese patients for better treatment.

· Maximum cervical forces 30 kgs for heavy neck and body structure of patients.


· Couch should be non magnetic steel and abs plastic panel.

· Couch frame should be of rugged metal frame with padding material.

· Couch should be four section having a free rolling section to avoid any frictional errors of force

· Microwave diathermy & computerized traction unit should be attached to a single couch.

Note: company should have factory/ office or service center or dealer in Haryana/ Chandigarh for better and faster service support.

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