The dental vacuum suction system is able to provide professional and efficient work conditions under which the dentist is able to work ergonomically and calmly enough without constant interruptions caused by the patient’s swallowing reflex.
Our product supplies a remarkable suction power to deal with waste water, blood, saliva, dentin and various kinds of filling materials (plastic, ceramic, amalgam, precious metal, etc.). It also offers great protection against infection. Owning to this, this device is very practical for dentists.
Why Choose Our Product?
The vacuum suction system is a piece of dedicated dental equipment that is especially developed to better fit for dental unit, and it is meticulously crafted to ensure its high quality.
The suction power can be adjusted, and this depends on the number of dental units. So, waste inside the patient’s mouth can be removed both effectively and timely, without doing any damage to the patient’s oral cavity.
The liquid-solid mixture and contaminated mist are sucked from the patient’s mouth, and then transferred to the separator through pipes, indicating that they are filtered just inside the dental room. As a result, less cleaning work is needed, and the clinic won’t get contaminated for another time.
The vacuum suction system makes use of a variable frequency control system to regulate the working frequency according to the number of applied dental unit. This system is stable, highly efficient, and generates low noise.
The suction unit won’t release any contaminant to the environment, and the pipes can be disinfected to kill bacteria inside.
Our product contains different models that are capable of working with 1-20 sets of dental units, and it can be customized to fit for more dental units as well.
Disadvantages of Traditional Dental Suction System
Traditional dental suction system generates negative pressure though jet flow, which means compressed air or water is discharged to main pipes in a large quantity thus creating negative pressure in auxiliary pipes.
If compressed air is applied, the dental compressor must work continuously. As a result, the service life of compressor is reduced. If tap water is used, a lot of water will be consumed, and the operation cost will increase inevitably.