PiezoWave2 MultiUse 40

Unique. Point focused and linear focused piezo shockwave.


The PiezoWave 2 MultiUse 40 is a unique focused shockwave therapy (ESWT) unit with a wide range of applications. Its two therapy sources are unique. The piezo F10G4 therapy source provides established and proven treatment applications with a maximum penetration depth of 40 mm; the linear arrangement of the focal zone created by the linear focused shockwave has made it possible to use focused applications to treat larger areas homogeneous for the first time, opening up new perspectives for shockwave therapy (particularly for myofascial trigger-point therapy and dermatology/wound healing). The linear focused FBL10x5G2 therapy source has a penetration depth of 20 mm. The unit is particularly suitable for applications in the fields of orthopedics, myofascial therapy, sports medicine and dermatology (wound healing disorders).

The system can be expanded at any time by purchasing additional optionally available therapy sources.

Standard accessories:

Therapy source F10G4 40 mm; therapy source FBL 10x5G2
Gel pads
1 bottle ESWT contact gel, 250 ml
Foot switch
The tablet PC is not part of the unit. The ESWT instruction app and the trigger-point app are available from the App Store.

Technical specifications:

External power supply: 100V - 127V; 220V - 240V / 50 - 60 Hz
Noise level: 65 dB(A)
Classification: 93/42/EEC class IIb product

Technical specifications for the therapy source:

Energy flux density: 0.018 - 0.822 mJ/mm²; 0.018 - 0.160 mJ/mm2
Intensity levels: 20 levels
Max. penetration depth: 40 mm; max penetration depth: 20mm

Foot-activated, hand-activated

The unit requires very little maintenance. To maximize the life of your product, we recommend the following:

Control unit
In the EU, an annual safety inspection is mandatory. This inspection should be combined with a functional check carried out by a maintenance engineer.

Therapy source
The therapy source has a guaranteed lifespan of 5 million shockwave pulses and/or 2 years. A functional check carried out by a maintenance engineer is recommended at the end of this period.