Dental Air Compressor
The dental air compressor pressurizes, purifies, dries, and stores air to power various air driven dental tools such as handpieces, drills, 3/1 syringes, and dental chair valves. Dental air compressors clean pressurized air via a filter system and by removing moisture with the help of an air dryer. Air compressors supply dental chairs with hygienic dry air to protect patients and to ensure the proper functioning of handpieces and other dental tools.
What are the types of dental air compressors?
Dental air compressors can be oil-lubricated or oil-free. Modern dental air compressors are typically oil-free for carefree maintenance. Oil-free air compressors employ permanent lubrication such as Teflon. Oil-lubricated air compressors require regular oiling of the compression rings for maximum efficiency. Lubricated compressors are usually found in large facilities.
What are dental air compressor prices?
Dental air compressors can range from about $2,000-$10,000, depending on the output volume, the number of heads, and tank capacity or manufacturer. Check out DuraPro Health's dental air compressor prices.