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Bi Wave Laser class IV


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This top of the range equine laser achieves clinical results by rapidly relieving pain, reducing inflammation and stimulating tissue repair.

  • Tissue wounds heal faster with greater tensile strength
  • Offers 660nm and 980nm wavelengths for optimal depth
  • Treatment protocols support treatment of varied issues
  • Deeper issues are treated intensively with super-pulsed mode
  • Continuous mode allows gentler treatment of inflamed areas
  • 10W output enables super-fast treatment at safe levels
  • Portable, ergonomic device with 7” color touchscreen

Used by veterinarians, therapists and trainers, Bi-Wave produces positive outcomes in the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions in horses.

Class IV laser provides an ideal treatment for treating sports injuries and keeping equine athletes performing at the highest level.

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We now offer a non-surgical, drug free treatment option for horse’s pain. Deep tissue laser therapy has the power to eliminate or significantly reduce horse’s pain. Treatments take just a few minutes, however, the therapeutic effect continues to soothe and heal long after treatment. There is no discomfort during treatment, simply a deep, gentle warmth as horse body’s cells respond to the light.



  •     Relieves acute and chronic pain
  •     Increases the speed, quality and tensile strength of tissue repair
  •     Increases blood supply
  •     Stimulates the immune system
  •     Stimulates nerve function
  •     Develops collagen and muscle tissue
  •     Helps generate new and healthy cells and tissue
  •     Promotes faster wound healing
  •     Reduces inflammation

Laser therapy can be used for the following:

1. Pain Management

2. Wound healing

3. Post surgical Healing

4. Rehabilitation

5. Nerve Regeneration

6. Inflammatory Diseases

7. Acute Musculoskeletal Trauma



Laser type

GaAs diode laser

Laser wavelength


Laser mode

Multi mode

Output power 

0.5- 10W (980nm) 

Divergence angle

≤ 25 mrad

Power instability

≤ ± 10%

Aiming beam

650nm red diode laser, 3mW.

Delivery system

 Support the fiber with diameter of 200μm, 400μm, 600μm,800μm fibers. 

Standard configuration

400um fiber treatment handpiece (disposable fiber head), beam expand raying

 head for whitening.

Operation and control

Color touch screen, microcomputer control.


7" resistance-type true color touch

Operation mode

Continuous output, repeated pulse output

T on

25μs ~ 1000ms

T off

25μs ~ 1000ms


 20,000 Hz

Cooling system

TEC semiconductor cooling, heat pipe air cooling


Li-battery 4700mAh(8hours standby time, 2hours continuous working time)

Main body input voltage

DC 12V~17V

Input power

AC110V ~ 220V ± 20% 50Hz ~ 60Hz ± 1Hz

Battery input voltage

DC 18V~19.5V

Ambient temperature


Relative humidity

No more than 80%



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Sold for animal use only. Results may vary. The equine laser is a class IV therapeutic laser with power up to 10 watts.. Note: Before using or buying any therapy equipment for your animal, or administering any treatment, you should consult with a licensed veterinarian first. Even though thousands of clinical applications using low level lasers have been favorable, no claims can be made on its health benefits or anticipated outcome of treatment. When you buy any laser from this site or from the owner of this site (using PayPal, Google Checkout, by phone, mail or any other means) you agree to never use these lasers in public. The buyer assumes full responsibility for their actions in the use of the lasers sold here. State and or Federal Laws may apply when using lasers. It is up to the buyer of any laser sold here to comply with these laws. For Veterinary Use Only. Federal Law prohibits the distribution of this device for human use. Not sold where prohibited. 

Please Read Before Buying The equine  Class IV Laser.

The purchaser and/or user of any and all of the lasers and other products sold on this site are fully responsible for their actions in the use, in any way, of the laser and products.  The purchaser and/or user of any and all of these lasers and other products on this site, understands and agrees to these terms before they buy, or, in any way, use these products for any reason whatsoever.  The buyer of these products understands and agrees that the lasers sold here are sold for and intended for animal use only.

Attention:  User of the class IV laser product sold here on this site shall purchase the ANSI Z136.1 laser safety standard form from and implement the required safeguards and training of ANSI Z136.1 before using this Class IV laser product.


The class 4 laser is very comfortable to use with preset you can adjust upon the treatment area. Over all very practical, not bulky, and very affordable


How it Works

The Bi-Wave laser device uses a diode to emit infrared laser beams in either continuous or pulsed phases. The beams are carried via a fiber optic cable to the treatment wand. With the wand held over the skin, infrared light penetrates the tissue. The light energy is converted to chemical energy within cells, causing biochemical changes to occur that stimulate wound repair and cell proliferation, while bringing pain relief to the horse. The two different wavelengths enable the beam to penetrate soft tissue to different depths, with the beams also having different widths. Continuous mode enables a gentler treatment of more superficial conditions or inflamed injuries. Super-pulsed mode enables intensive treatment, with the intervals adding safety by preventing heat generation.

4 Principle Effects

As laser stimulates profound change at a deep cellular level, its many beneficial effects are highly interrelated.

Tissue healing: Heightened fibroblast development and cellular reproduction induces faster healing in tendons, ligaments, nerves and muscles, with less scar tissue produced.

Anti-Inflammatory:: Reduction of localized swelling and blocking of pro-inflammatory molecules, benefiting injuries and joint conditions.

Muscular: Relief of spasm and pain occurs, with improved vascular activity benefiting lymph and blood circulation, and healing of exercise-induced microtears.

Analgesic: Effects on the epidermal and subcutaneous neural network lead to reduction of acute and chronic pain, and improved nerve function.

The most practical, easy to transport, and affordable system I’ve seen!

Technical Specifications

  • Gas diode laser with deep penetrating 650nm and 980nm diodes
  • Optional continuous or super-pulsed treatments
  • Visible red light enables accurate skin-level targeting
  • High power, pulsed output setting enables rapid but safe treatment
  • Fiber handpiece with 0.4mm spot size for focused treatment
  • Operates within 5-40℃ and < 80% humidity range
  • Main body input voltage DC 12V~17V, Power input AC110V ~ 220V ± 20%
  • Screen powered with Li-battery 4700mAh (2-hr working, 8-hr standby)
  • Conveniently sized unit at 200×120×60 mm, weighing 1.5 kg


  • Superior device offering world class treatment potential
  • Accelerates healing and return to work in performance horses
  • Deeper, long-lasting rehabilitation from traumatic injury
  • Improves career longevity by mitigating degenerative conditions
  • Approved by veterinarians, professional riders, and equine physical therapists

650nm wavelength: This wavelength is best used for wound healing and scar tissue regeneration by promoting healing of skin surface tissues. The wavelength is largely absorbed by the melanin in the skin, inhibiting bacteria proliferation and promoting fine cell growth.

980nm wavelength: This wavelength decreases pain via the analgesic effect by optimizing thermoreceptors and mechanoreceptor interactions with the peripheral nervous system. This activates the gate-control mechanism to produce the analgesia.

Really powerful results! For me, it was a no-brainer.

What it Treats

General analgesia
Superficial wounds
Sores and abrasions
Tendon lesions
Ligament lesions
Dorsal metacarpal disease
(sore/bucked shins)
Post-surgery incision repair
Spinal pathologies
Tendon and ligament injury
Soft tissue adhesions
Ligament desmotomy
(Medial patellar, Inferior check)
Muscle strains and microtears
Muscle spasm
Moderates exercise-induced inflammation
Reduced recovery times 
OCD lesions (post-surgery)
Spinous process impingement
Developmental orthopedic disorders
Acute laminitis
Colitis-related laminitis prevention
Dermatological Conditions
Hoof disease (canker, thrush)