Air Purification System
The prevention of contaminated dental equipment is always a priority for dental practices, but viruses and other contaminants can quickly spread through the air in a dental office. Drilling and other procedures can increase the presence of airborne viruses, including viral hepatitis, which is typically as small as 0.05 microns in diameter.
Negative Pressure system
Source Capture Oral Aerosol Vacuum & Air Purification System – Dual Inlet – Recirculating Ventilation
As contaminated air passes through the Source Capture, the Pre-Filter, eHEPA® Filter, and Enhanced Carbon Catalytic Filter work in conjunction to capture ultra fine air borne particles and microorganisms, including dust, smoke, allergens, virus, bacteria, mold, gasses, odors, and VOCs, as well as mercury aerosols and vapors.
Virus Killers !?.
Aerosols VacStation Extraoral Dental Suction System
Bio-Aerosol Threats Detection
Early Warning of Bio-Aerosol Threats
In wide service throughout the world, IBAC 2 is used to collect and detect aerosolized agents for all four classes of biological threats (spore, viral, cellular, and protein toxins) with low false alarm.