Dental professionals have used lubricated air compressors for years. Required for a variety of dental procedures, compressed air should be clean, oil-free and dry. The first consideration when purchasing a dental lubricated air compressor is size necessity. How many dentists and hygienists might be using it at the same time? This will give you an idea of what size lubricated air compressor you might need. Some size options include 1-3 users, 3-5 users, 5-7 users and 7-10 users for a large practice. An important feature to consider when purchasing a dental air compressor is the quality of the air intake filter; some vendors boast a .01 micron coalescent filter, this can greatly improve air quality. Some lubricated compressors contain an exhaust silencer to lower the noise level; this can be convenient if the compressor is located near exam rooms. Some benefits of choosing a lubricated air compressor versus an oil-less or oil-free air compressor include proven longevity, non-corrosive aluminum components and improved heat dissipation. When choosing a lubricated air compressor, be sure to inquire about necessary maintenance, service repairs and warranty information.
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- Recommended Number of Users: ACL2S1 - 2
ACL2S2 - 2
ACL6T2 - 6
ACL4D2 – 4
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