Dental Suction Systems

A dental suction system collects blood, saliva, and other debris generated during dental procedures, to reduce the amount of spray and spatter formed. Modern machines combine vacuum generation with the simultaneous separation of the secretions and solids collected, eliminating the need for additional separation units and other components.

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Medical Devices
The new Duo Tandem Med from Dürr Dental generates compressed air in medical quality specially for the high demands in implantology and surgery. Greatest possible safety from one of the leading manufacturers of dental compressed air systems – the inventor of the oil-free dental compressors.
Duo Tandem is the flexible solution for growing power requirements Equipped with a 50 litre tank, it operates with either one or two units. For two (1 unit) or four therapists.
Quattro Tandem, the nonplus ultra in power for dental laboratories and large surgeries with a 90 litre tank, optionally with one or two units. For four (1 unit) or eight therapists.
Quattro, the first four-cylinder from Dürr Dental. Maximum power with a 50 litre tank. For four therapists. The unit for cleaning and care of handpieces and elbows, other sterilisation and laboratory equipment also required compressed air. This has to be added to the number of therapists.
The Becker Pumps Australia have three main types of Dental Suction Systems that are used by Dental Surgeries, Dental Hospitals and Training Facilities.