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Do You Know How does a dental unit work?

The  dental unit portable is an essential care station for any dental office. It allows the patient to be comfortably positioned and provided with the appropriate care. It generally includes a dental chair for patient installation and positioning, an instrument holder with various connected rotating instruments, a scialytic lamp for lighting the care area, a spittoon and an aspiration system. ______________________________________________________________________ Compressed air supply: dental units generally use systems that require compressed air. In order to do so, they are connected to an air compressor or a centralized network of compressed air. A compressor generally delivers between 8 and 10 bar of pressure at the tank outlet, which is far too high for dental equipment. It is therefore necessary to connect this equipment to between 4.5 and 5.5 bar pressure, according to the manufacturers’ recommendations, by inserting, for example at the compressor outlet, a pressure regulator with a potential filter. Good insulation of the dental office is very important. ______________________________________________________________________ Water supply: dental units must also be connected to a water supply for rinsing, cleaning and cooling functions. Water can cause many problems in dental units such as limescale, sand, sludge, rust or chlorine. Bacterial biofilms can also quickly appear on the inner surfaces of pipes and associated containers. To avoid such complications, it is very important to have an easily accessible, clean and efficient general water shut-off device in your office. Avoid old taps located behind furniture. Ideally, you should have a valve that is easily accessible so you can shut off the water every evening. In order to control limescale in installations, there are silicophosphate cartridges that limit deposits and last almost six months. ______________________________________________________________________ Power supply: some components of a dental unit as well as the instruments used during treatment require a power supply. For example, micro-motors or some dental chairs will need to be connected to power source to operate. ______________________________________________________________________ Ergonomics: how the unit’s components (such as the chair or instrument holder) move is important. Studies suggest that working with an instrument tray placed on the articulated arm above the patient’s chest is the best way to have a good balanced position, while being able to see all tooth surfaces. The dentist’s or assistant’s seat should also be lower than the patient’s chair. In this position, the dentist’s spine retains its natural curvature, which prevents prolonged pressure on the inter-vertebral discs. All of the portable dentistry equipment including  portable dental chair and mobile dental delivery unit we sell comes with 12-month warranty and fast free shipping to worldwide. Also if you have any problem in using the product, please feel free to contact us and we'll do our best to solve the problem with you and make you 100% satisfied. ______________________________________________________________________

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