Independently taken by Thermology UK (Digatherm)
This study was carried out as a visual aid to show how StreamZ technology greatly differs to traditional magnetic therapy which uses heat to aid the wearer.
The horse within the image below was a perfectly healthy horse with no issues relating to an imbalance in heat across four legs. On the front legs one EQU StreamZ fetlock band and one Veredus 4-hour Magnetik Boot (£219.99 RRP) were attached, and the same placed diagonally on the hind legs. Images were taken as the bands were fitted and four hours later.
The basis of the study was to show that after 4 hours use (maximum advised on Veredus) that StreamZ created significant difference to traditional magnetic products and that no increase in heat had been created by the StreamZ technology.
Veredus Magnetik boots were selected as they claim to use 2400-gauss magnets which at the time of the study were the highest gauss (and most expensive) on the market. Please note that this does not signify a clinical study but a visual aid.
Equipment used: Digatherm IR Pad 640×512, 20MK, +/-1degree – The most technologically advanced veterinary IR tablet on the planet and the only one of its kind in the UK. (at the time of study)
Thermal imaging studies show that StreamZ technology differs greatly to traditional magnetic therapy, creating no increase in heat to the subject and a non invasive form of therapy.