Medtronic Valleylab FT10 Energy Platform
Electrosurgical units are necessities for operating rooms. They work through the use of electricity to both cut and seal soft tissue for surgeries. The Medtronic Valleylab FT10 Energy Platform is a reliable and easy to use electrosurgical unit. This is one of our most technologically advanced units.
Medtronic Valleylab FT10 Features
This is the most technologically advanced electrosurgical unit that we offer. Features include 50% faster sealing times, lower jaw temperatures, auto bipolar with a faster activation time, monopolar performance, and smart generators. Software has an ethernet connection and potential wifi capabilities. Other features include soft coagulation setting, TissueFect tissue sensing technology, and an internal memory of 8GB.
This machine is a little under 7 inches tall, and about 14 inches by 18 inches. The total weight is 22.3 pounds, so this machine should be on a table or a portable cart for easy access during procedures. Automatic power settings require minimal setup, as well as having simple, intuitive controls and information displays.
Requesting a Medtronic Valleylab FT10
We have a knowledgeable team of sales representatives that can answer any questions about the Medtronic Valleylab FT10. Call or email one of our regional sales directors today. Quotes are usually available within 24 business hours. We can be reached at 1-800-GET-SOMA, or by their direct line or email [email protected].
Spare Parts for Electrosurgical Units
We have many electrosurgical unit parts in stock for all of the products that we sell. If you’re interested in ordering a part, an order can be placed on our parts website. To place an order, you can either do so online, email [email protected], or directly call our Parts Department at 1-860-578-1033.
Have you ever used the Medtronic Valleylab FT10? Are there features on it that you enjoy using or some that you would change? Have you used a Medtronic unit before? Did you know that a comparable unit id the Force TRIAD? Have you used a different electrosurgical unit? Comment below!