Veterinary Consult Room Table With Built-in Weight Scales Taking the Pain Out Of Assessing Animal Health

June 05, 2019

Veterinary Consult Room Table With Built-in Weight Scales Taking the Pain Out Of Assessing Animal Health

ELECTRICALLY HEIGHT ADJUSTABLE VET CONSULT TABLE THAT INCLUDED WEIGHING SCALES.

Weighing animals while in consults just got easier. No need to Lift the patients on or off the table, with the in-built weighing system the SX Vet Table allows the patients to be full assessed with minimal manual handling.

Ideal for treatment and consult rooms, this table is proving to be an increasingly popular option with Veterinary Clinics and other animal handling organisations.

Offering smooth quiet electric height operation from 45cm through to 95cm high at the push of a button, heavy duty powder coated steel frame.

The durable laminate top offers a friendlier more tactile surface to ease stress of the animal while maintaining a ease to clean working surface.

The SX Vet Tables manoeuvrable within the clinic a designed to move through doorways with Independently lockable castors, this table can be used as a stable work platform or a mobile table when required.

The integrated weight scale makes it easy to during initial consultations. The animals weight can be determined without moving them to a different set of scales, reducing unnecessary manual handling for staff and reducing stress on the the animal. 

SX Vet Table with in-built weight scales Weight scale system for SX Vet Table

 Features Include:

  • Electric Height Adjustment with Hand control or foot-switch
  • X-Frame Lift action minimises pinch and crush points
  • Heavy duty individually lockable castors
  • Durable powder coated rust resistant frame
  • Laminated top improved animals grip and stability on the surface.
  • 4 tie-down handles
  • Integrated weighing scales 150kg - 0.05kg increments.
  • Australian designed & manufacture

Available at InterAktiv-Vet


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