Hoggan Scientific, an industry-leading manufacturer of products for both medical and ergonomic purposes, is currently spotlighting its newly relaunched website. Available at HogganHealth.net, the site provides international customers with access to a broad array of force evaluation items from both its microFET and ergoFET lines of Force Evaluation and Testing (FET) devices. Originally founded in 1961, the company recently retooled its image and has relaunched as Hoggan Scientific. It specializes in developing top-of-the-line products that eliminate the subjective nature of medical musculoskeletal and ergonomic and industrial testing to provide accurate results.
"The launch of our new website is the perfect opportunity for us to reintroduce ourselves to a brand new audience of international customers. Our site makes it incredibly easy to learn more about our muscle testing items, view their data sheets for detailed specs, make an online purchase, and even customize preferred warranty options. Our background in design and engineering and our four decades of experience in the industry help make Hoggan Scientific a top-tier manufacturer of commercial wellness and diagnostic equipment, and we're thrilled that our new website makes it easier than ever for our clients to select the products they require," said Cynthia McKenna, Director of Sales at Hoggan Scientific.
Included in the array of items for purchase on Hoggan Scientific's relaunched website are five items from the manufacturer's microFET line. Developed for use in hospitals and university medical centers, microFET items are clinically approved for fine-tuned musculoskeletal testing. The microFET2, a wireless digital handheld dynamometer, is one such invaluable item. Lightweight and portable, the microFET2 provides accurate muscle testing measurements to lead to the diagnosis and treatment of various neuromuscular disorders.
Another noteworthy product from Hoggan Scientific's collection of items for medical use, the microFET3 dual-function testing device is a portable FET product that conducts muscle and range of motion tests. Lightweight and user-friendly, the device boasts an easy-to-read LCD display that automatically calculates results. Customers can also choose to add a clinical software package or a FET data collection software package, a particular benefit for hospitals and other larger facilities.
Hoggan Scientific's newly launched website also offers its clients the opportunity to browse its ergoFET collection, which was originally inspired by an ergonomic specialist at General Motors. Rather than medical use, the ergoFET line of force gauges and sensors is designed for industrial and consumer testing, and helps enhance ergonomic procedures which in turn make companies' workplaces safer while improving their consumer products.
The ergoGLOVE is one stand-alone item from the industrially oriented collection, and helps to measure pressure points between the hand and fingers on external surfaces. The ergoGLOVE consists of thin and unobtrusive film sensors; between one and four can be used at once to measure different points. Testers can also use the ergoGLOVE in conjunction with the included mechanics gloves or finger cots, and it can also be paired with latex gloves.
In addition to several other individual ergoFET items, consumers are able to purchase the ergoPAK Portable Analysis Kit on Hoggan Scientific's new website in both standard and customizable packages, two different options that provide holistic ergonomic testing equipment. Including accelerometers, inclinometers, and other testing items, the ergoPAK is an all-in-one kit for collecting and analyzing field data under real job conditions. The build-your-own package allows customers to pick and choose their own devices, while both options make measuring velocity, force, angle, and torque eminently possible.
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