Imaging company BCF Technology has released the latest generation of the Cuattro DR x-ray system for equine vets.

Sarah O’Grady, BCF account manager, with the Slate 6 Equine DR.
Sarah O’Grady with the Slate 6 Equine DR.

The new system is smaller, thinner, lighter and faster, and features a 4K HD touch screen display, BCF said.

Significant improvements

BCF account manager Sarah O’Grady said: “The system uses the same popular software, but with some significant improvements, making it even more user friendly for the vet.

“The new form factor, a 16in HD touch screen display, gives you a crystal clear image, making diagnosis easier than ever.”

The system is designed for equine use in the field, is fully portable and lightweight (2.9kg), and available with a wireless generator.


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