Saw surgical power tool MBQ-700
drillbattery-poweredorthopedic surgery

saw surgical power tool
saw surgical power tool
saw surgical power tool
saw surgical power tool
saw surgical power tool
saw surgical power tool
saw surgical power tool
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Characteristics

Type
drill, saw
Power source
battery-powered
Procedure
orthopedic surgery
Speed

300 rpm, 1,350 rpm (1,885 rad.min-1)

Description

Provides the surgeon with ample power even for the most demanding of acetabular reaming procedures. The new drill/ream handpiece produces over 30% more reaming torque and speed than the previous generations. The powerful dedicated sagittal saw cuts through the hardest of bone with ease and precision. "Best in class power to weight ratio" Features: Class leading power to weight ratio coupled with De Soutter Medical’s long heritage of designing power tools with superb ergonomics. Optional twin trigger rotary handpiece with instant forward, reverse and oscillating drill/tap modes. Proven system reliability enhanced through continuous engineering development, including new fourth generation hermetically sealed hybrid motor controller and intelligent battery charging technology. Easy, quick change locking mechanism. Simply snap in to lock. In-built, quick change drill/ream gearbox eliminates dedicated reaming attachments – reducing cost and weight. Technical Information Control: Single trigger (MBQ-700) or dual trigger (MBQ-701) Max reaming torque: 19 Nm Cannulation diameter: 4.4 mm Attachments: 17 options DBK-701 Sagittal saw Speed: 0 - 13,500 cpm (Please note dual speed options are available) DBC-700 Reciprocating saw Speed: 0 - 13,500 cpm (Please note dual speed options are available) Power Options Sterile Li-Ion battery Aseptic battery Corded direct power

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Orthodrive
Orthodrive
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