The main role of a dental air compressor is to power the control of dental equipment and treatment machines such as water/air guns, turbine handpieces, sandblasters, etc. ensuring continuous and reliable surgical operations.
Stability is the most important factor when choosing an air compressor. A good dental air compressor works reliably behind the scenes, so that the medical staff can concentrate fully in order to focus on treatment.
Dental compressed air must be clean and hygienic, so air humidity must be kept to a minimum and contamination by oil or solid particles completely avoided, as these impurities will threaten the longevity of high-quality dental materials and the functioning of precision instruments, and the hygienic and sterile conditions prescribed for patients must also be met.
The dryer on the compressor not only ensures a stable dryness, but also guarantees continuous operation without stopping, without regeneration time. Air contaminated with moisture, oil and small particles is not suitable for dental treatment, and the lower pressure dew point of the compressor ensures high quality, odorless and tasteless compressed air.
Dental air compressors are medical devices, and the most stringent dental air compressor manufacturers are generally ISO 13485 certified for medical device quality management systems, as well as medical device certification issued by the State Food and Drug Administration of China.