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Improving air quality

in the dental practice

In the dental practice the indoor air is continuously polluted with mercury vapours, fine particulates and micro-organisms, odours, small bits of airborne metal, porcelain, ceramic particles, chemical disinfectants, monomers, along with bacteria and viruses. This is unhealthy for both the patients and employees. It can cause respiratory and pulmonary problems as well as allergic reactions. It is therefore important to improve the air quality in the dental practice.

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Air cleaner for the dental practice

Euromate has various air cleaners that are capable of handling the specific pollutants in the practice. An air cleaner that is often used is the Grace air cleaner or the VisionAir MicrobeFree. This is fitted with a dental filter and effectively removes air pollutants such as mercury vapour, airborne metal particles, porcelain, ceramic particles, chemical disinfectants, monomers, bacteria and viruses.

In the dental practice, smells and odour nuisance are often present both in the waiting room and the treatment room. For this environment the air cleaner is fitted with a CarbonMax filter. The CarbonMax filter contains 5 kg of activated carbon and removes unpleasant odours from the air.

The purpose of air cleaners from Euromate is to create a healthy indoor environment for the patient and personnel. All Euromate air cleaners are installed for free, stand-alone, plug-and-play and versatile.

Benefits of optimum air quality in the dental practice

With air cleaning in a dental practice 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 therapy room rather than being blown out in one location
  • Fresh, inviting waiting room and treatment room
  • Personnel are less fatigued at the end of the day
  • Lower cleaning costs
  • Lower absence due to illness
  • Good image: distinguishing factor in the sector, for personnel and patient

Questions or free advice?

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