Single-use portable air-abrasion system

Aug. 1, 1999
Available exclusively to the portable dental market from DNTLworks Equip-ment Corporation, the Simplex™ Airbrator™ provides the utmost safety in infection control and consistent abrasion performance. Ideal for portable-field or mobile in-office applications, this innovative, disposable device saves time and money because it requires no maintenance, sterilization, or bulky control units.

Available exclusively to the portable dental market from DNTLworks Equip-ment Corporation, the Simplex™ Airbrator™ provides the utmost safety in infection control and consistent abrasion performance. Ideal for portable-field or mobile in-office applications, this innovative, disposable device saves time and money because it requires no maintenance, sterilization, or bulky control units.

The Airbrator™ is driven by your existing air compressor and attaches to your standard handpiece air line with the supplied connector.

For details, call DNTLworks at (800) 847-0694 or check out the company`s Web site at www.DNTLworks.com.

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