EVOlaser

Introducing EVOlaser

Class 4 Veterinary Laser Systems

The all new class 4 EVOlaser series is currently available in 9 Watt or 15 Watt 810nm versions with multiwave and portable systems coming soon. This top of the line high powered laser for veterinary use will greatly improve your veterinay practice, but can also be purchased for home use.

Our systems come with some great features, including:


  • Adjustable power: The power is adjustable up to the system's maximum power output.
  • Smart Pulsing: Control the pulsing frequency of the laser from 1 Hz to 20,000 Hz for various treatment settings.
  • Continuous Wave: Turn off pulsing and have a continuous laser beam.
  • 810 nm Wavelength: This wavelength has been shown to be the most efficient at delivering the energy deep into tissue where the body cells can then convert the energy from the laser to chemical energy. Also with a 810 nm wavelength, less energy is wasted from heating up the tissue.
  • Veterinarian Protocol Library: Have access to preloaded veterinary treatment protocols
  • Large Touch Screen: Our 7 inch true color touch screen makes it even easier to see and adjust settings.
  • Safety Glasses: Two pairs of human safety glasses and one pair of animal safety glasses.
  • Rugged Case: A ultra-tough carrying case will be included to ensure the systems get where they need to be without becoming damaged.

Right Power for the Right Price

Our veterinary laser therapy devices provide high end performance and features with a lower price compared to other class 4 Photobiomodulation Therapy (PBMT) devices. Compared to similar lasers, ours are high powered but reasonably priced. On top of that our products all use the 810nm wavelength.

Power

Nowhere else will you find this kind of power for a lower price without compromising quality. More power allows you to complete treatments more quickly and use higher dosages for better results.

Wavelength

810nm has been shown to be the most absorbed by the mitochondria to help produce Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP), which is the chemical energy that our cells use to do their jobs.