|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||2 Units|
|Packaging Details:||Carton Box Packing|
|Delivery Time:||Depend On Quantity|
|Supply Ability:||20000 Units Per Month|
|Unit Size:||26.5x16.5x22cm||Packing Size:||34x24.5x31cm|
|Total Power:||250W||Gross Weight:||4.1KG|
|Product Name:||Ultrasonic Bath||Frequency:||40000Hz|
4.1 KG 100W Dental Ultrasonic Cleaner For Dental Instrument With 3.2L Capacity
Why Dental Ultrasonic Cleaners Is Important For Dentistry:
Work of a dentist includes usage of various medical instruments, equipment and tools. Most common dental instruments found in dental offices include Explorers, Tweezers, Cheatle forceps, Swab holding forceps and towel clips. These instruments are often used on patients for various different dental tasks and treatment and thus require proper cleaning and sterilization before it can be used for next patient.
The dental picks, spatulas, carvers, scrapers and teasing needles that are used during dental treatment are thoroughly cleaned using ultrasonic cleaners which amazingly removes all contaminants in just 10 minute.
To remove the blood stains and contamination from the used dental instruments with hand scrub is a tedious task. Moreover this is not a way to clean and sterilize the dental instruments in an effective way.
Fortunately there are ultrasonic cleaner available for dentists that help to clean these stains from dental instruments in no time.
|Tank size:300*240*150MM||Unit size:325*265*280MM|
|Ultrasonic power:100W||Heating power:200W
What is an Ultrasonic Cleaner?
Mounted deep inside your ultrasonic tank are ultrasonic transducers. These are placed according to size and shape of the unit. These transducers create microscopic bubbles in the ultrasonic solution that is placed in the unit. The act of cavitation is the rapid formation and collapse of millions of tiny bubbles in a liquid.
Alternating high and low pressure waves generated by the high frequency sound called ultrasonic produces the bubbles. During the low-pressure phase, they grow from microscopic size until during the high-pressure phase they are compressed and implode.
One sound I love is the hissing sound of the bubbles literally imploding on dental instruments (cleaning them, as a result). If you peek in, you will see moving waves as a result of these bubbles imploding. These actions allow us to follow the directions from the CDC and OSHA to limit hand scrubbing.
Liquid: Liquid is a vital part of this process. It is important to keep the level of the fluid at the level the manufacturer recommends. Low fluid level can decrease the effectiveness, change the frequency, and even damage the unit. When the proper solution level is in place, it protects the unit and transducers from overheating and allows the solution to flow around the parts, maximizing contact with cavitation and the fluid. Monitoring the fluid level throughout the day is a must. As you take instruments out, you are removing solution. The unit's function will give off heat, which causes evaporation that lowers the fluid level.
Length of time: See the manufacturer's directions for the time needed, but be aware that this may change due to the variables. Variables can include type of solution, temperatures, length of time that allows drying of soil and debris, amount of soil, etc. Very dirty instruments that have sat out for a long period of time can increase the time needed. Most units will remove debris on the average item within three to five minutes.
Monitoring: With each load, you should be monitoring to see if the instruments are debris free. If they are not, you should first check the liquid level, the clearness of the fluid, and the amount of instruments in the load. If those are normal, then there are tests that you can run.