Nebulizer Unit Complete

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Equine Nebulizer Unit. Helps treat horses with respiratory conditions by clearing sinus passages, throat and head congestion. Dial adjustments are based on percentages (%) controling the amount of steam (oxygen) that comes out of solution for treatment use. McTarnahans Nebulizer Solution is recommended - use at full strength. Do not dilute solution. 30 minute treatment time is recommended to achieve desired results. Includes: 110-volt, 1/8 hp motor, bucket, bottle, and hoses.Component parts also sold separately. Made in America.

Product details:
  • 1/8 horse power motor
  • 1 Nebulizer bottle
  • 1 hose
  • 1 air flow connector
  • 1 nebulizer bucket
Replacement parts available:
  • Air Flo Connector
  • Bottle
  • Bucket
  • Hose
  • Motor

NOTE: Style of motor may vary due to availability. (Item #505-220: 220 volt, 1/4 hp motor also available)

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

(based on 9 reviews)

February 12, 2018
"Economical, easy to use and seems to put out an abundant amount of mist"
June 09, 2017
"This nebulizer seems to help. I like it. Plus the most economical price it puts out allot of material as a mist easy to put together if you've ever used a equine nebulizer"
May 13, 2017
"Easy to use. Air compressor quiet."
April 12, 2016
"I found the compressor to be very nice and quiet. Seems to be well made. As for the Mask and its components they are nice too. The only issue was that the hole in the mask for the hose was too small. I had to drill it out bigger. The mask and the clips seem to be made well. Over all very happy with the unit."
April 12, 2016
"First of all, it needs to come with instructions. I ended up looking at the picture on the website in order to figure out how to assemble it. Second of all, it broke the first day I used it! There is too much pressure on the med container with it hanging in the air the way its hooked up to the compressor. Third, the mask portion did not fit well at all! Its a very hard plastic that was extremely uncomfortable for my horse. I ended up going to the local hardware store to get a small pipe insulator like the consistency of a pool noodle, only smaller and duct taping it around the face opening. The hole for the hose is also pointed towards their chin instead of near the nose, so a lot of vapor never makes it into the horse. I ended up going for a more expensive nebulizer because I got tired of fighting with this one. DONT WASTE YOUR TIME OR MONEY ON THIS PRODUCT!"