The KLS Martin MD 62 has the following main features:
Two different types of current, one for cutting and one for coagulation.
To account for the special conditions and requirements associated with dental, oral and maxillomandibular applications, the high-frequency current can be activated in two different ways. In hand switch mode, the HF current is activated via a finger-operated switch located on the handle. In foot switch mode, a handle without a pushbutton is used and the HF current is activated via a foot switch.
An optional foot switch is available for use with a handle without pushbutton.
The powerful electrosurgical unit is supplemented by a wide range of high-quality electrodes and accessories
Safe and Easy Operation
All functions available are clearly marked by symbols on the front panel. The unit features an analog rotary switch for safe and easy power setting. The two types of current can be activated – at the user’s option – either via a foot switch or a handle featuring a pushbutton. All connector jacks are marked unambiguously for correct use.
Safety in Use
The KLS Martin MD 62 has been designed to meet the high demands of surgical users. The unit bears the CE-mark in compliance with Council Directive 93/42/EEC of 14 June 1993 concerning medical devices. Due to the monopolar technique, no neutral electrode is needed. This spares the patient the inconvenience caused by NE attachment.
The user has two types of current available: one for cutting and one for coagulation. These currents have been matched to the tissue-specific impedances involved and are fully compatible with the monopolar mode of operation. This powerful electrosurgical device provides the high technical quality, reliability and safety medical specialists require in daily practice.
Hygiene Made Easy
The housing is made of high-quality, coated sheet steel. This reliably prevents oxidation caused by disinfectants. As neither cooling slots nor fans are required for safe operation, no liquids such as cleaning or disinfecting solutions can penetrate into the unit.