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Medical And Dental Air Compressor

A medical air compressor can come in many shapes and sizes. Some of the more common options include: Tank-mounted or base-mounted Mounted after coolers Desiccant or refrigerated dryers Modular design for easier transport through halls and doorways In medical and dental fields, compressed air purity is critically important, helping to ensure optimal safety, performance, and quality throughout sensitive processes. It’s therefore crucial to make use of reliable, high-performance systems and the cleanest, driest air possible. Unlike the compressed air tools used in manufacturing facilities or automotive shops, the tools in your dentist’s office and in the hands of skilled surgeons play a unique role. This air is a key component in many critical medical treatments, optimized for purity and performance.

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In order to provide clean, contaminant-free compressed air with consistency, professional health care and dentistry practices rely heavily on oil-free air compressors. Oil-free dental air compressors and oil-free medical air compressors fall into two standard categories: reciprocating and scroll-style.

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Medical and dental fields utilize compressed air for a wide range of applications, including:

  • Physical therapy and rehabilitation facilities, where equipment resistance can be carefully controlled via compressed air. This method is safer and gentler than free weights for patients rehabbing an injury, and can be easily adjusted by physical therapists.
  • Dental practices and surgery, in which compressed air plays a major role in everything from sterility to patient comfort. For example, the suction tubes used during standard dental cleanings are powered by extremely high-quality compressed air.
  • Surgical practice and operating rooms, where compressed air power tools are a key component in the process of cleaning out wounds. And surgery, of course, is an especially sensitive application; for example, when internal organs are exposed to compressed air, it’s particularly important that the tool be highly reliable, steady, and sterile.
  • Veterinary practices and animal treatment facilities, where many of today’s vets have chosen to utilize the technologies used in human surgery in order to make animals more comfortable. Compressed air tools are much safer to use with animals than electric tools, and have allowed modern veterinary clinics to greatly expand their services and range of treatments.
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