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  • A Buyers' Guide to Dental Vacuum Systems - Oral Health

    2011-6-30u2002·u2002Most dental offices use 2 x 2 hp wet vacs (2 gallons per minute or 200,000 gallons per year). All Canadian municipalities currently meter water/sewage (or will in the near future) and charge according to usage. The above usage rate of the typical wet vac translates to an average cost of $2000 per year for a dental practice. 3.

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  • Mojave Mobile - Air TechniquesAir Techniques

    The Mobile Mojave offers a mobile and ready-to-use spray mist suction system for one dental chair that can be used flexibly and without prior installation effort in the dental practice. Plugin - get going! This means that even under extraordinary conditions, there is …

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  • Section 22 62 19.74 - DENTAL VACUUM AND

    2015-8-19u2002·u2002A.System: The minimum system demand shall be based on 198 L/min (7 SCFM) per dental chair and at an operating pressure of 21 to 27 KPa (6 to 8 inches Hg). A minimum of vacuum of 21 kPa (6 inches Hg) shall be maintained at the most distant outlet. System pressure drop shall be a maximum of 3 kPa (1 inches Hg) at the calculated demand flow.

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  • DENTAL UNIT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

    2012-9-10u2002·u2002vacuum pump and its control wires and drain piping as noted on the installation diagrams. B. Setting Requirements (1) The CLESTA II dental unit comprises of a Chair section, Cuspidor section, Doctor table section and Light section. (2) The CLESTA II should be mounted taking the opening end of drain pipe into due consideration.

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  • DENTAL UNIT - tpub.com

    DENTAL UNIT. Two types of dental units used in Navy dentistry are the mobile and chair-mounted types. chair-mounted is the most common type in use. Most units provide the basic utilities for dental treatment including water, compressed air, electricity, and vacuum. It may also include handpiece controls, foot controls, a bracket tray, tubing ...

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  • General Dental Clinic Requirements

    2017-11-9u2002·u2002General Dental Clinic Requirements DGPHE Page 4 auto-zero positioning, movable arm rest and foot controlled chair movement 3.4.1.2 Dental Operating Light,, Shadow-less halogen lamp illumination 3.4.1.3

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  • Dental chair - SlideShare

    2017-3-27u2002·u2002DEFINITION A dental chair is a chair in whicha patientsits and a clinician can operate or treat thepatientby looking into his/hermoutheasily. A dentalchair comprises of an electrically operated, retractable patientseatingchair to which compressed air, water line, micromotor, spittoon bowl and an overhead light is attached. 4.

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  • EPA Amalgam Separator Rule - padental.org

    Do not discharge waste amalgam from chair-side traps, screens, vacuum pump filters, dental tools, cuspidors, or collection devices to a POTW. In other words, no flushing waste down the drain. Do not use oxidizing, acidic cleaners when flushing dental unit water lines, chair-side traps and vacuum lines.

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