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0.8L Dental Ultrasonic Cleaner Without Drain Vavle

The 0.8L dental ultrasonic cleaner is a useful tool for cleaning dental equipment in your office. It can handle a small amount of cleaning jobs for you each day.

Additional information

Color

Silver

Ultrasonic Power

35W

Heating Power

0W

Capacity

800ml

Tank size

150*85*65mm

Unit Size

180*110*130mm

Single Packing Size

235*170*185mm

Timer

0~30 Minutes Setting

Container Loading

20 GP:4390pcs/40 GP:8836pcs

Clear

Details About 0.8L Dental Ultrasonic Cleaner Without Drain Vavle

Why You Need A Dental Ultrasonic Cleaner?

An ultrasonic cleaner is one of the methods recommended by the Centers for Disease Control as the first step to remove tissue, blood and other contaminants from reusable instruments such as found in dental offices. Ultrasonic energy creates billions of minute bubbles in an ultrasonic cleaning bath that implode with tremendous force when they contact dental instruments. The process, called cavitation, reaches into tiny cracks and crevices, literally blasting contaminants away from the surface in a much more efficient manner than manual scrubbing, which has the additional disadvantage of requiring personnel to handle dirty instruments.

Only after a thorough ultrasonic cleaning should instrument move to the second and third stages: disinfecting and sterilization. That is because the residue will interfere with microbial inactivation and can compromise subsequent processes, according to the CDC.

How To Use Hongsonic Ultrasonic Dental Instrument Cleaner?

First, check the manufacturer’s instruction manual for ultrasonic cleaner maintenance information and recommended testing frequency. If the manufacturer’s information is not available, the aluminum foil test, recommended on a monthly basis, is a fast and simple method to check the cleaning power of ultrasonic cleaning units.

Fill the ultrasonic tank with a fresh cleaning solution and run the unit as usual. Lower a piece of aluminum foil into the operating tank vertically along the entire length of the tank until almost touching the bottom. Expose the foil to ultrasonic waves for 30 seconds.

Adequate functionality will result in uniform pitting and indentations on the foil. “Blind spots” or areas with no pitting indicates that the device is not cleaning uniformly and that service is needed.

What is an Ultrasonic Cleaner?

Mounted deep inside your ultrasonic tank are ultrasonic transducers. These are placed according to the size and shape of the unit. These transducers create microscopic bubbles in the ultrasonic solution that is placed in the unit. The act of cavitation is the rapid formation and collapse of millions of tiny bubbles in a liquid.

Alternating high and low-pressure waves generated by the high-frequency sound called ultrasonic produces the bubbles. During the low-pressure phase, they grow from microscopic size until during the high-pressure phase they are compressed and implode.

One sound I love is the hissing sound of the bubbles literally imploding on dental instruments (cleaning them, as a result). If you peek in, you will see moving waves as a result of these bubbles imploding. These actions allow us to follow the directions from the CDC and OSHA to limit hand scrubbing.

  • Liquid: Liquid is a vital part of this process. It is important to keep the level of the fluid at the level the manufacturer recommends. Low fluid levels can decrease the effectiveness, change the frequency, and even damage the unit. When the proper solution level is in place, it protects the unit and transducers from overheating and allows the solution to flow around the parts, maximizing contact with cavitation and the fluid. Monitoring the fluid level throughout the day is a must. As you take instruments out, you are removing the solution. The unit’s function will give off heat, which causes evaporation that lowers the fluid level.
  • Length of time: See the manufacturer’s directions for the time needed, but be aware that this may change due to the variables. Variables can include the type of solution, temperatures, length of time that allows drying of soil and debris, amount of soil, etc. Very dirty instruments that have sat out for a long period of time can increase the time needed. Most units will remove debris on the average item within three to five minutes.
  • Monitoring: With each load, you should be monitoring to see if the instruments are debris free. If they are not, you should first check the liquid level, the clearness of the fluid, and the amount of instruments in the load. If those are normal, then there are tests that you can run.

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