Ceiling-mounted surgical light Toplite-G

ceiling-mounted surgical light
ceiling-mounted surgical light
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ceiling-mounted, mobile, wall-mounted
Light source
Number of arms
Power source
220V / 50Hz
with control panel


The quantum leap becomes especially apparent in modern operating room, with criteria for safety, efficiency and economy. Bringing expertise in surgical illumination and ceiling supply units, Heal Force offers integrated operating room systems throughout the industry for the benefit of patients and medical staff. l The surgical light adopts blue theca plating technology. This helps to create a light source that is close to natural light source. l Single, dual and triple domes are available to be equipped in one ceiling mount lamp. l The surgical light uses smooth and streamlined domes, which are easy to clean and meet the requirement of laminar flow purification in operating rooms. l Four types of single dome lamp include ceiling mounted type, wall mounted type, mobile type with backup battery and mobile type without backup battery. l The Toplite-G surgical light uses explosion proof and transparent PC plastic dome cover. l A backup bulb system is used to avoid operation interruption in case of bulb failure. l Domes with diameters of 70cm and 60cm are optional for choice. l Our surgical light utilizes universal 6-joint spring suspension arms for better flexibility and position control. Application Heal Force operating light systems provide superior performance to satisfy the ever-growing user needs in diverse surgical fields, including general surgery, micro surgery, E.N.T., OB/GYN, orthopedic and cosmetic surgery.


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Analytica China 2024
Analytica China 2024

18-20 Nov 2024 Shanghai (China)

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