6.5L Dental Ultrasonic Cleaner With Drain Vavle

6.5L dental ultrasonic cleaner has five different function models for different applications. For example, low noise series can cut working noise under 60db. It will be very suitable for dental office. If you still have questions about what you need to choose, please feel free to contact our sales team.

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Ultrasonic Power


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Single Packing Size



0~30 Minutes Setting

Container Loading

20 GP:860pcs/40 GP:1800pcs

Details About 6.5L Dental Ultrasonic Cleaner With Drain Vavle

Why You Need A Dental Ultrasonic Cleaner In Your Dental Office?

Cleanliness. If there’s one word that dominates the lives of almost every medical professional, it’s cleanliness. Everything in a dentists’ office must be clean on a patient by patient basis. Surfaces need to be wiped down, the paper changed, and most importantly, instruments must be sterilized.

The risk of spreading infection during oral medical procedures is by its very nature extremely high, due to how delicate tissues in the mouth can be. This is why ultrasonic cleaners are so popular in the medical field. No other cleaning method cleans is quickly, or as thoroughly, especially in large batches

The Role of Ultrasonic Cleaners in Dental Clinics:

The American Dental Association calls attention to ultrasonic cleaning in their publication Sterilizing and Disinfection of Dental Instruments by noting that “(ultrasonic cleaners) may be used to reduce direct handling of dental instruments.” The publication points out that a major hazard of manually handling sharp or pointed dental tools is risking inadvertent punctures or cuts that could lead to an infection.

The Centers for Disease Control’s Guidelines for Infection Control in Dental Health Care Settings states that “removal of debris and contamination is achieved either by scrubbing…or by an automated process (e.g. ultrasonic cleaner or washer-disinfector) using chemical agents. ” The CDC further notes that if visible debris is not removed it will compromise the sterilizing or disinfecting steps.

The Association of Surgical Technologies goes into more detail in their Standards of Practice for the Decontamination of Surgical Instruments. Section V of the AST publication places on the healthcare facility the decision on whether to use an ultrasonic cleaner. Here we summarize some of the points they relate to using the technology:

  1. Cleaning instruments and devices not considered safe for handling by healthcare workers
  2. Pre-rinsing instruments to remove gross contaminants before the ultrasonic cleaning process
  3. Changing the cleaning solution every 8 hours or when visibly “dirty”
  4. Using a low-foaming cleaning solution formula
  5. Following the operating instructions provided by the ultrasonic cleaner manufacturer

We’ll go into more detail on operating recommendations later in this post but first let’s take a look at

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