Dosing syringe for multiple dosing of livestock

Think Livestock HSW Multi-Matic Injector
Think Livestock HSW Multi-Matic Injector
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Think Livestock HSW Multi-Matic Injector

Founded in 2002 Think Livestock are a business whose main focus is the supply of vaccination and water medication equipment for all types of livestock. Think Livestock have sourced a comprehensive range of injectors and vaccinators to deliver both high and low volume doses to suit virtually any Livestock treatment situation.

The HSW Multi-Matic Injector is suitable very accurate multiple dosing of livestock

  • Durable pressure cast aluminum handle
  • Extremely durable and lightweight
  • Medical grade plastic barrel
  • Accurate dosing of up to 1%
  • Simple to change and set dose setting
  • Streamlined design
  • Available in 25mL and 50mL modes

The HSW Multi-Matic from Think Livestock completely eliminates the need to attach draw off tubes to the vaccine packs or medication bottle, making it much quicker and easier to handle in many livestock treatment situations.

  • Used in all veterinary situations
  • Injection volume of up to 5mL
  • Takes standard Luer needles
  • No draw off tubes
  • Gun and medication are together

Spare parts and service kits are available for all of the products from Think Livestock as well as needles, syringes, water dosing equipment, pour on guns and drench guns.

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