IQ AIR in Woodbridge

Our staff at woodbridge dental centre are commited to making our working environment as safe as possible for our patients. With our new air purification system, the air you breathe is “surgically clean”. Our new system not only filters out harmful elements in the air but also airborne bacteria and viruses.

The Dental Hg FlexVac is a mobile air cleaning system with a flexible suction duct. that uses five filtration stages to help eliminate common dental office contaminants, such as bacteria, viruses, VOCs, disinfectant odours and mercury vapours. The unit is designed to capture drill aerosols, abrasion powder and mercury vapours during dental procedures. The flexible suction duct is typically placed on the patient’s chest from where it directly captures drill aerosols and mercury vapours before they can spread. It is designed to be placed anywhere in a dental office and clean the air by constant recirculation within the office.

Drill aerosol control
• Aerosolized tissue and fluids
• Aerosolized viruses and bacteria

Drill aerosol control
• Combustion particles
• Powder particles
• Polishing particles

Mercuryl control
• Mercury vapours

Disinfectant control
• Formaldehyde
• Alcohol

Volatile organic compounds (VOC)
• Solvents
• Plasticizing agents

Micro- and Nano-particle Filtration (HEPA)
Eliminates micro- and nano-particles such as allergens, smoke, bacteria and viruses. This thorough particle pre-filtration is essential for extending the life of the gas phase control media by preventing its pores from clogging with particulates.

Specialized Cartridge-based Molecular Control (GCX Cartridges)
Four filter cartridges hold up to 17 lbs. of granular and/or pellet-shaped gas phase control media. The cylindrical shape of these cartridges allows for optimum contact, which ensure high removal efficiencies. The large surface area of the cartridges enables high airflow rates.

Micro-charged Filtration (Post Filter Sleeves)
Eliminates activated carbon and chemisorption abrasion particles through a statically charged fiber structure.

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