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Improve air quality in a dental laboratory

The work in a dental laboratory involves the use of plastic, plaster and monomers. As such, the indoor air is continuously polluted with odours, stench, fine particulates and vapours, which is unhealthy and bothersome for both staff and patients. It can cause respiratory and pulmonary problems as well as allergic reactions. Improving the air quality in a dental laboratory is necessary to solve these problems.

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Filter fine dust and unpleasant odours

  • Healthy supply of fresh air through effective extraction and filtration of the indoor air.
  • No more nuisance from unpleasant odours, viruses, bacteria, dust and fine particulates.
  • Lower absence due to illness: personnel work in healthy air.
  • Lower cleaning costs: less pollution in the air that settles on surfaces.

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What do other customers say?

“It remains work where a lot of dust is released. When changing the filters, we see how much is being captured. The confirmation that we have done well this investment!”
Dental Care

“During the service visit the filters are replaced, only then I realize how much dirt is removed from the air!”
Röttger Dentale Technologie

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Air cleaner for elimination of fine dust and odours

The air in a dental laboratory often contains bothersome odours and lots of dust and fine particulates. This comes from the grinding and sanding of plastic and plaster. Euromate has an air cleaner for elimination of objectionable odours. The air cleaner will reduce the quantity of dust and fine particulates from plastic and plaster as well as monomers. The polluted air is drawn in and filtered, then odour-free air is blown back into the room. The filter that is used for this is a CarbonMax filter. It contains carbon that is capable of capturing gases and odours. That’s a good thing, because a dental lab technician works long hours in the same room, and an environment filled with bothersome odours is not pleasant to work in.

Benefits of optimal air quality in a dental laboratory

With air cleaning in a dental laboratory the air quality improves considerably. Optimum air quality provides the following benefits:

  • Healthy supply of fresh air through effective extraction and filtration of the indoor air.
  • No more nuisance from unpleasant odours, viruses, bacteria, dust and fine particulates.
  • Saves energy: heated and cooled air are distributed evenly through the workspace rather than being blown out in one location.
  • Fresh, inviting workspace.
  • Personnel are less fatigued at the end of the day.
  • Lower cleaning costs: less pollution in the air that settles on surfaces.
  • Lower absence due to illness: personnel work in healthy air.
  • Good image: distinguishing factor in the sector, for personnel and customers.