Ultrasonic handpiece is lightweight

April 1, 1997
The EMS Piezon scalers have the lightest ultrasonic handpiece on the market at 2.2 oz. This is 16 percent lighter than the average stack-type handpiece and 10 percent lighter than other piezoceramic handpieces. In addition to being lightweight, the handpiece also offers excellent balance, an easy-to-grip size and a cord so light it offers virtually no tug-back. User comfort is enhanced by the fact that the handpiece never gets hot. Since it operates without metal stacks that generate heat, the h

The EMS Piezon scalers have the lightest ultrasonic handpiece on the market at 2.2 oz. This is 16 percent lighter than the average stack-type handpiece and 10 percent lighter than other piezoceramic handpieces. In addition to being lightweight, the handpiece also offers excellent balance, an easy-to-grip size and a cord so light it offers virtually no tug-back. User comfort is enhanced by the fact that the handpiece never gets hot. Since it operates without metal stacks that generate heat, the handpiece is always cool to the touch. For details, call EMS/Electro Medical Systems at (800) 367-0367.

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