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Luxar LX-20 Laser System

The Luxar LX-20 surgical laser is one of the most affordable Luxar models but it still offers features and technology that are generally associated with much more expensive systems.

If you are looking for a quality surgical laser but don’t have an unlimited budget, then the Luxar LX-20 is an excellent choice. This CO2 laser has been proven to be safe and effective, and it is available at a price that won’t break the bank. When you compare the features of this model with some of the newer fractional laser systems, and then compare the prices, you will see that the Luxar LX-20 more than holds its own. This model is available as the Luxar LX-20 or Luxar LX-20i. Contact for the lowest prices on any Luxar surgical laser.

Detailed Product Description

The Luxar LX-20 has the following features:

  • Laser type: C02 laser
  • Wavelength: 10.6 micrometers
  • CW power to tissue: 2 – 20 Watts
  • Single pulse exposure times: 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 msec
  • Single pulse energy: 10 –4,000 mJoules
  • 10 pre-programmed repeat pulse modes

Luxar LX-20 System Applications:

  • Surgical laser
  • Ablative skin resurfacing

Of course you want to find the best price on a refurbished Luxar LX-20 surgical laser system, but you also want to find a quality machine that will provide years of worry-free service. You can find both at, because not only do we have the lowest prices on used surgical lasers but we also offer a full satisfaction guarantee. Every pre-owned surgical laser machine we sell has been thoroughly reconditioned and inspected and if it doesn’t meet our high standards then we simply won’t sell it.

If you want a low price quote on a Luxar LX-20 surgical laser, contact us using the form below. There is never any obligation to request a price quote from And if you have any questions about this model or need help doing a comparison of Luxar surgical lasers, we are always here to provide more information.

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