Delta Medical Corporation

Traction

Auto Traction Unit

The electrotrac is a modern electromechanical system for the treatment of disorders of Cervical & Lumbar region of spine

Specifications
  • Traction Force:
    • For Cervical -4-15 Kgs 1 Kg steps.
    • For Lumbar - 20-45 Kgs each 2 Kgs steps with doublers upto 90 kgs
  • Hold Time: 10, 20, 40 60, & 80 sec with LED Indicator
  • Rest Time: 1, 5, 10, 15, 20 sec with LED Indicator
  • Time: 0-30 minutes
  • Modes: Static & Intermittent
  • Power Supply: 230 V, 50 Hz
  • Dimension: 11" x 10" x 10.5"
  • Weight: 8 Kg
Features
  • Solid State Circuitary
  • Easy to operate
  • 0-30 Minutes timer
  • Patient safety switch provided
  • Useful for Cervical as well as Lumbar treatment
  • Separate traction force for Cervical & Lumbar
Standard Accessories
  • Cervical Collar
  • Thoracic & Lumbar belt one each
  • Spindle bar
  • Mains Cable
  • Traction mounting plates & screw
  • Patient safety switch

 

Micro Controlled Traction

Specifications
Traction Force: 0 -45 Kg. (90 Kg. By using Doublers)
Hold Time: 15, 30, 60 & 90 sec
Release Time: 1, 10, 15, 30 sec
Timer: 0 - 99 mins
Modes: Static, Intermittent & Combi Mode
Power Supply: 230 V, 50 Hz
Power Consumption: 20 Watt
Dimension: 10" x 12" x 13"
Weight: 15 Kg
Features
  • Totally feather touch operations
  • High torque motor for continuous operations
  • Micro Controlled solid state circuitary
  • 0 - 99 Minute timer
  • Programmable 0 to 90 seconds of hold & rest time in three steps
  • Indication provided to set rest & hold time
  • Patient safety switch
  • Three special programmes i.e. static, intermittent & combi-mode
  • Useful for Cervical as well as Lumbar treatment
 
Standard Accessories
  • Cervical Collar
  • Thoracic & lumber belt one each
  • Spindle bar
  • Mains Cable
  • Traction mounting plates & screw
  • Patient safety switch

 

Traction Table

  Features
  • Useful for both cervical as well as lumber treatment
  • Half section of table is fixed while half section moves freely when the traction pulls the patient

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