The Recessed Induction Gate is designed to be recessed into a constructed cavity in the wall that is approximately 5” deep x 52” high x 86” long (13cm x 132cm x 218 cm). An upper angle iron header is furnished that must be incorporated into the wall cavity. Also, a square tube structural support is included that will act as the anchor point for the gate when it is mounted. Recommended installation of the gate is a minimum of 28” (71cm) from a room corner. When the gate is closed, it becomes flush with the surrounding wall surface. Padding of the gate is not offered.
The Shank’s® Stationary Floor Model Surgery Table is designed to be anchored to the floor in a recessed pit and be flush with the surrounding floor. This model is used in a combined surgery/recovery room where knockdown of the animal, subsequent surgery and recovery, is all done in the same room. All hydraulic lines for operation of the table run through a conduit in the floor into an adjacent room where the power unit and controls are to be located. As an option, the table can be permanently mounted to the floor in a standard surgery room, and have the power unit and controls self contained on the table frame.
By utilizing both the standard and optional accessories, this table can easily be adapted to support an animal in dorsal or lateral recumbency.
The following features are available on this table:
- Self contained power unit with hand control hydraulic valve (remote located)
- 36″ x 72″ or optional 36″ x 84″ lateral surface area (91m x 183cm or 91cm x 213cm)
- Raised height 48″ (122cm
- Hot dip galvanized/painted coating on structural frame
- Rated for 2,500 lbs. (1,134KG)
There a four (4) basic tables that are on wheels and movable within a clinic setting. The Floor Model Surgery Table is available in two models. The Portable and the Modified Portable each have a flat rectangular shaped top that is standard 36″ x 72″ (91cm x 183cm). The basic difference between these two models […]
Shank’s Veterinary Equipment, Inc., originally Shank’s Machine Co., Inc., began manufacturing large animal surgery tables in 1957. The company initially manufactured one simple table that could handle a partially sedated large animal and lay it from a standing position to its side. The Shank’s® Douglas Tiltmaster Table (commonly referred to as the Shank’s® Tilt Table) […]