Technology | June 04, 2006

Shedding Light on Minor Surgeries

The new AIM-100 Minor Surgery Light from Burton Medical provides illumination and unparalleled aesthetics. With a Color Rendering Index (CRI) of 97, 5800 footcandles (63,000 lux) at 1 meter, and a color temperature of 3,700 degrees Kelvin, it enhances vision by allowing a true rendition of colors. This light has three cool 35-watt quartz halogen bulbs —each rated with a 2,000-hour average bulb life.

The AIM-100's 360-degree limitless arm and mounting system rotation around vertical axes on single ceiling models (a feature previously available only on OR-type lights) makes it the right light for minor procedures in a variety of settings and practices such as trauma centers, ERs, ambulatory surgery centers, ICUs, clinics, plastic surgery, dermatology and ophthalmology.

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