Scavenging circuits

Accutron`s Scavenging Circuits I and II are designed to collect patient-exhaled nitrous oxide and to safely channel it into the operatory vacuum system for proper disposal. Circuitry consists of a clear, exhalation valve hub and a continuum of tubing that houses a vacuum-control valve/gauge assembly. The clear hub creates a visual monitor of patient exhalation, and its low profile provides the clinician with an expanded field of operation. The vacuum-control assembly allows for vacuum flow at th

Feb 1st, 1998

Accutron`s Scavenging Circuits I and II are designed to collect patient-exhaled nitrous oxide and to safely channel it into the operatory vacuum system for proper disposal. Circuitry consists of a clear, exhalation valve hub and a continuum of tubing that houses a vacuum-control valve/gauge assembly. The clear hub creates a visual monitor of patient exhalation, and its low profile provides the clinician with an expanded field of operation. The vacuum-control assembly allows for vacuum flow at the ADA`s recommended rate of 45 liters per minute.

Scavenging Circuit II includes a reservoir bag and a corrugated tube for dental offices needing replacements.

For additional information, call Accutron, Inc. at (800) 531-2221.

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