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      Dental air compressors: how to make sense of a variety of models

      In most cases, modern dental treatment unit efficiency depends on an installed air compressor technical features. As dental units belong to an expensive equipment range, you should consider the purchase as thoroughly as possible. To make the best choice, we recommend you to estimate the required compressed air amount in advance.

      Best of all, calculate as precisely as possible compressed air masses amount and estimate their performance. Also, try to plan the expected equipment operational load in advance.

      What to start with

      Selecting an air compressor unit, try to learn what technical features you need. Then you can proceed and select compressor class and its possible principle of operation. A successfully made choice is the most favorable ratio of maximum pressure, receiver volume, and volumetric capacity. Making an error in one of the above-mentioned specifications will lead to a premature equipment failure.

      Varieties of models

      A dental compressor may belong to one of the following classes:

      • semi-professional;
      • professional equipment.

      Equipment class helps to anticipate its lifespan and permissible operation modes. In addition, the equipment differs in operation principle as follows:

      • membrane;
      • piston;
      • screw;
      • centrifugal.

      The overall compressor price depends on this feature. Also, an operation principle affects the equipment efficiency, operating time, weight and maintenance labor.

      Piston models are considered to be the most reliable devices. They supply air of satisfactory quality and their operating parameters are stable. That is why these devices are most often used in dentistry.

      A membrane-type compressor ensures higher quality air masses supply compared to piston models. But such equipment is inferior in air masses consumption and pressure created. Such kind of devices is used in portable dental units.

      A screw-type compressor provides high pressure even if airflow is high, and it is usually applied in dental clinics centralized air supply. Centrifugal models are excellent for vacuum suction systems.

      Before you buy a dental compressor, choose its operation type. The current market offers:

      1. Oil-filled units. They make little noise, they are reliable but oil can get into the supplied air during its operation.
      2. Oil-free units. They are inferior to oil-filled counterparts in reliability. They are noisy due to lack of lubrication, and their parts become worn out sooner.

      General selection criteria

      Depending on compressed air requirements, consider the following equipment parameters:

      • volumetric productivity;
      • operating pressure;
      • receiver volume (half a liter for 60 to 120 seconds of the compressor’s performance);
      • multilayer enamel coating inside the receiver (excludes corrosion, reduces microbes multiplication probability to zero);
      • compressor service life.

      Where to find high-quality medical equipment

      BiMedis is an online resource which provides a rich catalog of necessary equipment at a fair price. There are new and used dental compressors. Our platform is designed to provide sellers and buyers from around the world with an opportunity to place trading ads. A user-friendly interface and menu will help you quickly find the right offer.

      Dental air compressors: how to make sense of a variety of models

      In most cases, modern dental treatment unit efficiency depends on an installed air compressor technical features. As dental units belong to an expensive equipment range, you should consider the purchase as thoroughly as possible. To make the best choice, we recommend you to estimate the required compressed air amount in advance.

      Best of all, calculate as precisely as possible compressed air masses amount and estimate their performance. Also, try to plan the expected equipment operational load in advance.

      What to start with

      Selecting an air compressor unit, try to learn what technical features you need. Then you can proceed and select compressor class and its possible principle of operation. A successfully made choice is the most favorable ratio of maximum pressure, receiver volume, and volumetric capacity. Making an error in one of the above-mentioned specifications will lead to a premature equipment failure.

      Varieties of models

      A dental compressor may belong to one of the following classes:

      • semi-professional;
      • professional equipment.

      Equipment class helps to anticipate its lifespan and permissible operation modes. In addition, the equipment differs in operation principle as follows:

      • membrane;
      • piston;
      • screw;
      • centrifugal.

      The overall compressor price depends on this feature. Also, an operation principle affects the equipment efficiency, operating time, weight and maintenance labor.

      Piston models are considered to be the most reliable devices. They supply air of satisfactory quality and their operating parameters are stable. That is why these devices are most often used in dentistry.

      A membrane-type compressor ensures higher quality air masses supply compared to piston models. But such equipment is inferior in air masses consumption and pressure created. Such kind of devices is used in portable dental units.

      A screw-type compressor provides high pressure even if airflow is high, and it is usually applied in dental clinics centralized air supply. Centrifugal models are excellent for vacuum suction systems.

      Before you buy a dental compressor, choose its operation type. The current market offers:

      1. Oil-filled units. They make little noise, they are reliable but oil can get into the supplied air during its operation.
      2. Oil-free units. They are inferior to oil-filled counterparts in reliability. They are noisy due to lack of lubrication, and their parts become worn out sooner.

      General selection criteria

      Depending on compressed air requirements, consider the following equipment parameters:

      • volumetric productivity;
      • operating pressure;
      • receiver volume (half a liter for 60 to 120 seconds of the compressor’s performance);
      • multilayer enamel coating inside the receiver (excludes corrosion, reduces microbes multiplication probability to zero);
      • compressor service life.

      Where to find high-quality medical equipment

      BiMedis is an online resource which provides a rich catalog of necessary equipment at a fair price. There are new and used dental compressors. Our platform is designed to provide sellers and buyers from around the world with an opportunity to place trading ads. A user-friendly interface and menu will help you quickly find the right offer.

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