High Frequency from Carlton Professional


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SKU code: CC2311
MPN code: CC2311
Weight: 2.500 kg
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High Frequency Therapy unit with 5 electrodes from Carlton Professional (CC2311)

Download catalogueA professional electronic unit for the beauty salon supplied with five popular electrodes fitted into the specifically constructed white powder-coated casing. The sophisticated Carlton high frequency current changes up to 200,000 times per second and the circuitry intensifies the mains voltage up to 150,000 volts with only minimal amperage, giving tremendous benefit to the client.

The primary action of this current is thermal, or to produce heat. Because of its rapid oscillation there are no muscular contractions and the effects are either stimulation or soothing depending on the method of application.

The high frequency current has a marked germicidal action on the skin and aids the deeper penetration of products. The high frequency handle has been manufactured from a high insulation material designed to inhibit the transfer of current through to the therapist and, of course, to the client during indirect operation with the saturator electrode.

1 HF 910 Roller
1 HF 903 Large Bulb
1 HF 911 Glass saturator
1 HF 905 Neck
1 HF 904 Small Bulb
Size: (LxWxH) 280 x 205 x 140mm Weight: 2 kg

Warranty: 3 Years.

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Elegans Health & Beauty has for more than 75 years provided quality Australian made and imported furniture, machines and accessories  throughout Australia and the Pacific.

Elegans provide salon supplies and beauty machine and distributor in Australia. We can supply all your needs backed by our in-house sales, service and training teams. All servicing is done in-house by qualified staff in our assembly area in Sydney where we also manufacture Rayvue units which have been the standard for the industry since 1940.