MinXray Announces New Technology for HF8020 Xray Series for Equine Practitioners

Since its introduction, MinXray’s HF80 series has been the top selling portable x-ray unit and a favorite among equine practitioners. Now, with its new HighBurst technology, this unit produces high mA output to reduce exposure time and the chance of motion artifacts. The HF8020 features a state-of-the-art high frequency inverter system and a small 0.8 mm x-ray tube focal spot size for superior image quality and resolution.


Other features and benefits of the HF8020 ultra light high frequency portable x-ray unit include:
• Exceptionally light weight at 14.5 lbs
• State-of-the-art electronic design for consistent performance in the field
• Compatible with all digital imaging systems
• Best-in-industry 5-year limited warranty

“The HF80 series have always been a very successful choice for our equine practitioners. Their versatility and portability have made it the go-to unit for many years. Now with the added HighBurst technology, these units will continue be the gold standard for digital radiology,” said Jeanne Stapleton, product manager, Veterinary Division.

For more information on the HF8020 or any other portable imaging unit visit www.minxray.com.

Since 1967, MinXray, Inc. has been the leader in portable x-ray diagnostic imaging. The devices, available in both portable and mobile units, can be used in multiple applications where it is more efficient to bring the x-ray unit to the patient instead of the patient to the x-ray unit. MinXray products are used in a variety of medical, dental, podiatric, veterinar, and military applications. MinXray’s powerful, high frequency, lightweight portable units continue to be the “gold standard” for film and digital imaging.

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