The main function of the dental compressor is to provide power for the control of dental equipment and treatment machines such as water/air spray guns, turbine handpieces, and sandblasting machines to ensure continuous and reliable surgical operations.
When choosing an air compressor, stability is the most important factor. A good dental compressor works reliably behind the scenes, freeing healthcare professionals to focus on treatment.
Dental compressed air must be clean and hygienic, so air humidity must be kept to a minimum and contamination by oils or solid particles must be completely avoided.
Since these impurities will threaten the service life of high-quality dental materials and the functioning of precision instruments, the conditions of hygiene and sterility prescribed for patients must also be met.
The dryer equipped on the dental compressor can not only ensure a stable dryness, but also ensure continuous operation without regeneration time.
The air polluted by moisture, oil and small particles is not suitable for dental treatment. The lower pressure dew point of the air compressor ensures high-quality, odorless and tasteless compressed air.
Dental compressors are medical devices. The most stringent dental compressor manufacturers generally pass the ISO13485 medical device quality management system certification, as well as the medical device certification issued by the State Food and Drug Administration of China.
What is the difference between an oilless air compressor and a micro-oil air compressor, and where is the gap? I believe that many customers who buy oilless air compressors or micro-oil air compressors are not very clear.
In fact, this question cannot be answered directly. These two types of air compressors have advantages. Let's analyze these two types of air compressors on the market below.
First, in terms of the quality of air compression, oilless air compressors can ensure that the compressed air discharged is 100% free of lubricating oil, while micro-oil air compressors cannot do this.
Second, in terms of the application environment of air compressors, oilless air compressors are generally used in general industrial production, while oilless air compressors are generally used in food, beverage, pharmaceuticals and other occasions that require high compressed air quality.
Third, from the manufacturing materials and process requirements of air compressors: oilless air compressors need to use self-lubricating materials, which have high requirements for manufacturing materials and processes. The micro-oil air compressor does not need to use self-lubricating materials, and the requirements for the manufacturing process are relatively low.
Fourth, whether the air compressor needs lubricating oil: the oilless air compressor does not need lubricating oil at all, while the micro-oil air compressor needs lubricating oil.
Fifth, the price of air compressors is also different. Under the same standard, the manufacturing cost of oilless air compressors is higher, and the price is also expensive.