Speed and delicacy. These are the highlights of the innovative X-Wave Waterair pulsed light system. With a really fast charging time, starting from 1.5 seconds, it guarantees amazing hair removal performance even on particularly large areas. The pulsed X-Wave Waterair light, not to be confused with the laser, uses an intense light source with a wide spectrum of emission (from 590 to 980 nanometers), respecting at all times the sensitivity of the epidermis.
X-Wave Waterair exploits the controlled emission of high intensity light energy that, once absorbed by the hair tissues, is transformed into thermal energy, which progressively and spontaneously produces a professional hair removal action (principle of selective photothermolysis).
The innovation is already evident from the name: Waterair, that is air and water together. A winning combination that maximizes the benefits of both cooling systems, enhancing treatment performance. Usually the choice of a pulsed light system puts in front of an inevitable crossroads: pulsed light, air or water? Water systems offer a fast charging time between one emission and another and a prolonged working time before the cooling pause in pulsed light, but are often subject to technical drawbacks due to the passage of water into the firing chamber. Air loads, on the other hand, offer the right balance between performance, reliability and operating costs but, in the case of particularly important workloads, they may need some cooling breaks.Waterair, on the other hand, synthesizes the best of both systems: pulsed air light plus water. In this way, it offers fast charging times, a practically continuous working mode, great reliability and a unique maintenance simplicity. All at more than reasonable cost.
The advanced Waterair, system, thanks to its system of pulsed air plus water light, incorporates two independent cooling areas in the pulsed light and uses air to cool the lamp and filter, water to cool the complete block of the firing chamber. In this way, the water does not come into contact with the lamp and its electrical parts and, consequently, does not compromise the emission wavelength in any way. Flowing into a pond compartment, the water allows to cool the parts subjected to thermal stress, but practically it is as if there were not. In simple words: water is there, it acts but does not damage. Another advantage of Waterair pulsed light is maintenance, which is performed as in a normal air cooling system.