2019/2020 Equine Practice Preferred

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2019 | Equine Practice Preferred Catalog | 57 Dentistry Dentistry Can't find what you are looking for? Contact your Covetrus North America representative. Floats and Instruments EQUIVET Dental Mirror Supplied by: KRUUSE A necessity to perform a complete oral cavity examination. The mirror has a diameter of 2" (48mm) and a 20" (50cm) long T action handle. The mirror is angled 30°. SKU# MFR# DESCRIPTION UOM PKG 057727 240744 Dental Mirror Each Bag EQUIVET Dental Rasp Protector Supplied by: KRUUSE This is designed to protect the rasps while they are placed in the bucket. The protector consists of 8 tubes and it still gives access to the cleaning brush in the bucket. SKU# MFR# DESCRIPTION UOM PKG 057728 240720 Dental Rasp Protector Each Box EQUIVET DentLite LED Exam and Surgical Light Supplied by: KRUUSE EQUIVET DentLite has been developed for veterinary surgeons and equine dental technicians who need an efficient working light when operating in the oral cavity of the horse. EQUIVET DentLite consists of 6 ultra-sharp white LEDs with a total power of 100,000 mcd. The CRI index of the light is 85, which means a clear and sharp realistic light reproduction of colours and structures. Using the latest LED technology, a powerful light with a low energy consumption is obtained. This can be attached to a headlamp. DentLite uses a rechargeable Li-Ion battery, offering 4 working hours per charge. SKU# MFR# DESCRIPTION UOM PKG 059262 210226 DentLite LED Exam and Surgical Light Each Box EQUIVET Extended Dental Extraction Set Supplied by: KRUUSE Non-slip handle, extension piece straight and cranked. Comes with 4 cutting heads: x-small, small, medium and large, T-bar (displacing teeth), T-bar (tightening), Tooth elevator, Incisor/fragment dental forceps. In a 10-pocket roll-up canvas bag. SKU# MFR# DESCRIPTION UOM PKG 057725 240756 EQUIVET Dental Extraction Set, Luxury Version (Includes 4 Cutters) Each Bag

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