Mercury Vacuum

Vaporized Mercury Vacuum ... Oral Aerosol System

Welcome to DentAirVac, the originators of "At Source" Dental Mercury Vapor and Oral Aerosol Vacuum Systems (DAV VII Turbo). The vacuums are designed specificallly to remove and filter potentially toxic vapors and microbiological contaminants away from the immediate breating area of the dentist, assistant and patient.

Our vacuums clean the operatory air when performing extractions, high speed drilling and certain other procedures including dental Mercury amalgam removal where an oral aerosol vacuum system is recommended or required. The DAV VII Turbo is a mobile, stand alone, hands free air cleaning device with a flexible source suction duct designed to capture and filter toxic odors, vapors and particulates away from the breathing area for a safer breathing environment. The unit is extremely portable and quit while in use.

Studies on Amalgam Removal

Scientific studies on amalgam removal have suggested that dentist, staff and their patients can be exposed to higher than normal levels of potentially harmful Mercury vapor and other contaminants. Placement and removal of amalgam fillings are common dental procedures that are not always performed saftely. Our system offers First Line of Defense providing a safe worry free environment for your dental office. Listed below are a few of these contaminants:
  • Mercury Vapors from Amalgam Removal
  • Bacteria & Viruses from High-Speed Drilling
  • Noxious Chemical Disinfectant Odors &VOC Gases
  • Smoke Plume during Dental Laser and Electrosurge Procedures
  • Air Abrasion and Microetching Dust
  • Prophy Powder Particular

Why Buy our Vaporized Mercury Vacuum?

Our mission is to manufacturer top of the line air purification equipment using quality components insuring you receive the best, trouble free device available on the market today. We stand behind our units and offer an unprecedented limited lifetime warranty and our prices are the most competitive in the industry!

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