KaVo™ NOMAD Pro 2™
With the KaVo™ NOMAD Pro 2™ now under the trusted brand of KaVo, you gain all the reliability and efficiency advantages that every busy dental office needs and appreciates. The new KaVo NOMAD Pro 2 provides a powerful freedom in workflow that is unattainable with wall-mount units.
From its safety and portability to its image capture and new features, the KaVo NOMAD Pro 2 is designed with the practice, the clinician, and the patient in mind.
• Utilizing the latest X-ray technology, preserve the quality of your images and deliver exact, repeatable exposures
• The higher-capacity battery technology keeps pace with the demands of busy dental practices
• Ergonomic design innovations make the shape and weight dispersion of the device more stable in your palm
• The unique, lead-impregnated acrylic shield protects the operator from direct and scatter radiation
• The internal proprietary housing encases the X-ray tube and backscatter shield to block radiation leakage
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