1. What is Aerosolvex?
2. How does Aerosolvex work?
3. How many parts is Aerosolvex made of?
4. Is it possible to autoclave Aerosolvex?
5. What the Aerosolvex intro kit contains?
6. Where can I find Aerosolvex?
It works by taking advantage of the suction system already present in dental offices but, thanks to its ring shape and the presence of the nasal flange, it creates a barrier effect that blocks most of the aerosol that is produced with the use of rotating instruments and ultrasound.
It is a modular device formed by the assembly of a central mask and two lateral receptacles (therefore interchangeable) to which are added the fittings that allow you to connect Aerosolvex to the suction pipe of the dental unit (internal diameter 17 mm); alternatively Aerosolvex can be used in the version with the cheeck retractor.
Aerosolvex is produced with a material tested to withstand cycles at 121 ° C; in this sense its peculiarity of being decomposable facilitates its disinfection and storage in an autoclave as well as in the drawers.