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Prima-Tech 12.5 mL Injector

There are a number of animal health products that can only be delivered effectively with a high-volume injector, usually because of weight based dosages and large breeds of stock to be injected. These include a wide range of nutritional supplements and parasite control products. The Prima-Tech 12.5mL injector from Think Livestock is effective in any high-volume application.

Advantages of the high-volume, Prima-Tech injector:
  • The 12.5mL injector is a sturdy, repairable plastic applicator
  • Stainless steel needle nib; adding strength to a critical stress point
  • The stainless steel universal needle nut allows quick changing of all luer-spec needles
  • The dial-a-dose system operates in 0.5mL increments and ensures accurate dosing of your stock
  • The barrel is large and made from clear plastic, letting the user easily see the dose being administered
  • Large, comfortable V-Grip handle reduces the amount of strain when injecting large numbers of stock
  • The operating action of the 12.5mL injector is very smooth for such a high-volume gun
Replacement barrel kits for the Prima-Tech injector are inexpensive and readily available from Think Livestock
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