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  • Characterizing the performance of dental air-turbine ...

    2008-1-1u2002·u2002The dental air-turbine handpiece rapidly gained widespread acceptance by the dental profession after its introduction in the late 1950s and it continues to be used as the main means of carrying out cutting work in clinical dental practice, whether of tooth tissue or restorative materials.

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  • Guangdong JINME Medical Technology Co., Ltd. November 8 ...

    2017-12-6u2002·u2002The Dental High-speed Turbine Handpiece is the dental clinic, hospital treatment for patients with tooth disease tools, which is an effective instrument for drilling, grinding, repairing. It composed of handpiece and a connector. The handle is slide-proof, comfortable and easy to clean. Handpiece and adaptors can bear steam disinfection at 135°C.

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  • A practice manager's guide to dental handpieces ...

    2018-8-22u2002·u2002Dental handpiece types – air turbine versus electrical. There are two systems for powering handpieces: air turbine and electrical. Air driven handpieces contain an air-driven spinning turbine to generate rotation, and are powered by compressed air. They can reach speeds of up to 400,000 rpm with a variable torque.

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  • Factors Affecting Dental Air-Turbine Handpiece Bearing ...

    2012-7-1u2002·u2002The turbine assembly free-running speed at 2.0 bar and bearing resistance were measured at baseline and after every 10 cycles until failure using a purpose-made instrument (Darvell-Dyson Handpiece Tester, Dental Materials Science, University of Hong Kong). 14 Each test condition was applied, as appropriate, according to the following procedures.

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  • American Dental Accessories

    2011-11-22u2002·u2002Test for good bur retention every time you use your handpiece (just tug on the bur a little). You should also clean the chuck (if a push button or lever handpiece) as part of routine maintenance. If using a chuck with a wrench (aka standard chuck), you can unscrew the chuck from the back of the turbine to inspect it.

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  • Discharge of lubricant from air turbine handpieces ...

    2005-5-28u2002·u2002Four examples of one brand of handpiece (Quiet-Air, see Table 1) were taken from the stock in daily use in the Prince Philip Dental Hospital, Hong Kong. A commonly-used handpiece lubricant (KaVo ...

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  • Dental handpiece

    dental handpiece: a dental instrument, either air driven or electrically driven, that holds various disks, cups, or burs, used to prepare a tooth to receive a restoration or to contour, clean, or polish a tooth or restoration. Dental handpieces

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  • Dental Handpiece Maintenance System

    2021-10-1u2002·u2002The user friendly QUATTROcare™ Plus automatic handpiece maintenance system is designed to clean, lubricate and purge your instruments with the simple push of a button. The automatic dispenser delivers the precise amount of cleaner and lubricant required to maintain your handpieces prior to sterilization. Proper handpiece care and maintenance leads to longer handpiece …

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  • A practice manager's guide to dental handpieces ...

    2018-8-22u2002·u2002Dental handpiece types – air turbine versus electrical. There are two systems for powering handpieces: air turbine and electrical. Air driven handpieces contain an air-driven spinning turbine to generate rotation, and are powered by compressed air. They can reach speeds of up to 400,000 rpm with a variable torque.

    Get Price
  • W&H - Dental Handpieces - What should you look for

    2014-1-9u2002·u2002Turbine vs contra-angle handpiece. The advantages of the turbine are its simple and robust structure, the lower purchase price and also the lighter weight. However, over the years the detrimental effect on the operator's hearing due to the high-frequency sounds emitted by the turbine has become a significant problem.

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  • Buyers Guide: Dental Handpieces

    2021-10-1u2002·u20021914 – Electric dental drills reach speeds of up to 3,000 RPM. 1949 – Air turbine handpiece is patented by John Patrick Walsh in New Zealand. 1957 – Bordon Airotor air turbine handpiece is commercially manufactuered and distributed in the U.S. by DENTSPLY. 1973 – StarDental introduces the first highspeed handpiece with integrated fiber ...

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  • Power to the Handpiece - AEGIS Dental Network

    A Balance of Power. Cutting efficiency is a balance between the speed and torque delivered to the bur. Although air-driven handpieces reach speeds up to 420,000 rpm, the torque (the tool's cutting power) is relatively low. When a bur in an air-driven handpiece contacts material to …

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  • Handpiece Terminology - Dental Handpiece Repair ...

    The part in the handpiece turbine used to hold the bur. Collet. Another word for the chuck mechanism. Connector. Attaches the handpiece to the dental delivery unit that supplies air and water to the handpiece. There are four types of standard U.S. connectors. They include the 2, or 3-Line (also called a Borden) and 4-Line.

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  • 8 Things To Keep In Mind Before You Buy Dental Handpieces

    2021-6-24u2002·u2002A handpiece with a small head allows greater visibility and ease of access. This comes in handy when handling dental procedures in the posterior area. However, a small head comes at a price of reduced torque to increase tooth preparation time. Larger head size for a handpiece gives it a large turbine impeller to increase inertial mass.

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  • Glossary of Dental Handpiece Terminology

    Temperatures are raised to 270-275°F while the pressure is raised to 30 psi. Bur. – A rotary dental instrument, which when placed in a handpiece is used to cut or carve tooth structure. Burs come in a variety of shapes and sizes and can be made of high speed steel, carbide, or diamond coated material. Can also be called a bit.

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  • American Dental Accessories

    2011-11-22u2002·u2002Test for good bur retention every time you use your handpiece (just tug on the bur a little). You should also clean the chuck (if a push button or lever handpiece) as part of routine maintenance. If using a chuck with a wrench (aka standard chuck), you can unscrew the chuck from the back of the turbine to inspect it.

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  • Air Driven vs. Electrical Handpieces - KaVo Dental Blog

    2017-11-8u2002·u2002Air driven motors from KaVo. Air driven high speed handpieces tend to have a higher speed, but a lower torque, especially as compared to an electrical piece. However, when a bur comes into contact with the tooth, resistance builds up and slows down the bur to 150.000 – 300.000 rpm. The harder the load of the bur is, the slower the bur spins.

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  • Discharge of lubricant from air turbine handpieces ...

    2005-5-28u2002·u2002Four examples of one brand of handpiece (Quiet-Air, see Table 1) were taken from the stock in daily use in the Prince Philip Dental Hospital, Hong Kong. A commonly-used handpiece lubricant (KaVo ...

    Get Price
  • A practice manager's guide to dental handpieces ...

    2018-8-22u2002·u2002Dental handpiece types – air turbine versus electrical. There are two systems for powering handpieces: air turbine and electrical. Air driven handpieces contain an air-driven spinning turbine to generate rotation, and are powered by compressed air. They can reach speeds of up to 400,000 rpm with a variable torque.

    Get Price
  • W&H - Dental Handpieces - What should you look for

    2014-1-9u2002·u2002Turbine vs contra-angle handpiece. The advantages of the turbine are its simple and robust structure, the lower purchase price and also the lighter weight. However, over the years the detrimental effect on the operator's hearing due to the high-frequency sounds emitted by the turbine has become a significant problem.

    Get Price
  • Buyers Guide: Dental Handpieces

    2021-10-1u2002·u20021914 – Electric dental drills reach speeds of up to 3,000 RPM. 1949 – Air turbine handpiece is patented by John Patrick Walsh in New Zealand. 1957 – Bordon Airotor air turbine handpiece is commercially manufactuered and distributed in the U.S. by DENTSPLY. 1973 – StarDental introduces the first highspeed handpiece with integrated fiber ...

    Get Price
  • Power to the Handpiece - AEGIS Dental Network

    A Balance of Power. Cutting efficiency is a balance between the speed and torque delivered to the bur. Although air-driven handpieces reach speeds up to 420,000 rpm, the torque (the tool's cutting power) is relatively low. When a bur in an air-driven handpiece contacts material to …

    Get Price
  • Handpiece Terminology - Dental Handpiece Repair ...

    The part in the handpiece turbine used to hold the bur. Collet. Another word for the chuck mechanism. Connector. Attaches the handpiece to the dental delivery unit that supplies air and water to the handpiece. There are four types of standard U.S. connectors. They include the 2, or 3-Line (also called a Borden) and 4-Line.

    Get Price
  • 8 Things To Keep In Mind Before You Buy Dental Handpieces

    2021-6-24u2002·u2002A handpiece with a small head allows greater visibility and ease of access. This comes in handy when handling dental procedures in the posterior area. However, a small head comes at a price of reduced torque to increase tooth preparation time. Larger head size for a handpiece gives it a large turbine impeller to increase inertial mass.

    Get Price
  • Glossary of Dental Handpiece Terminology

    Temperatures are raised to 270-275°F while the pressure is raised to 30 psi. Bur. – A rotary dental instrument, which when placed in a handpiece is used to cut or carve tooth structure. Burs come in a variety of shapes and sizes and can be made of high speed steel, carbide, or diamond coated material. Can also be called a bit.

    Get Price
  • American Dental Accessories

    2011-11-22u2002·u2002Test for good bur retention every time you use your handpiece (just tug on the bur a little). You should also clean the chuck (if a push button or lever handpiece) as part of routine maintenance. If using a chuck with a wrench (aka standard chuck), you can unscrew the chuck from the back of the turbine to inspect it.

    Get Price
  • Air Driven vs. Electrical Handpieces - KaVo Dental Blog

    2017-11-8u2002·u2002Air driven motors from KaVo. Air driven high speed handpieces tend to have a higher speed, but a lower torque, especially as compared to an electrical piece. However, when a bur comes into contact with the tooth, resistance builds up and slows down the bur to 150.000 – 300.000 rpm. The harder the load of the bur is, the slower the bur spins.

    Get Price
  • Discharge of lubricant from air turbine handpieces ...

    2005-5-28u2002·u2002Four examples of one brand of handpiece (Quiet-Air, see Table 1) were taken from the stock in daily use in the Prince Philip Dental Hospital, Hong Kong. A commonly-used handpiece lubricant (KaVo ...

    Get Price
  • A practice manager's guide to dental handpieces ...

    2018-8-22u2002·u2002Dental handpiece types – air turbine versus electrical. There are two systems for powering handpieces: air turbine and electrical. Air driven handpieces contain an air-driven spinning turbine to generate rotation, and are powered by compressed air. They can reach speeds of up to 400,000 rpm with a variable torque.

    Get Price
  • W&H - Dental Handpieces - What should you look for

    2014-1-9u2002·u2002Turbine vs contra-angle handpiece. The advantages of the turbine are its simple and robust structure, the lower purchase price and also the lighter weight. However, over the years the detrimental effect on the operator's hearing due to the high-frequency sounds emitted by the turbine has become a significant problem.

    Get Price
  • Buyers Guide: Dental Handpieces

    2021-10-1u2002·u20021914 – Electric dental drills reach speeds of up to 3,000 RPM. 1949 – Air turbine handpiece is patented by John Patrick Walsh in New Zealand. 1957 – Bordon Airotor air turbine handpiece is commercially manufactuered and distributed in the U.S. by DENTSPLY. 1973 – StarDental introduces the first highspeed handpiece with integrated fiber ...

    Get Price
  • Power to the Handpiece - AEGIS Dental Network

    A Balance of Power. Cutting efficiency is a balance between the speed and torque delivered to the bur. Although air-driven handpieces reach speeds up to 420,000 rpm, the torque (the tool's cutting power) is relatively low. When a bur in an air-driven handpiece contacts material to …

    Get Price
  • Handpiece Terminology - Dental Handpiece Repair ...

    The part in the handpiece turbine used to hold the bur. Collet. Another word for the chuck mechanism. Connector. Attaches the handpiece to the dental delivery unit that supplies air and water to the handpiece. There are four types of standard U.S. connectors. They include the 2, or 3-Line (also called a Borden) and 4-Line.

    Get Price
  • 8 Things To Keep In Mind Before You Buy Dental Handpieces

    2021-6-24u2002·u2002A handpiece with a small head allows greater visibility and ease of access. This comes in handy when handling dental procedures in the posterior area. However, a small head comes at a price of reduced torque to increase tooth preparation time. Larger head size for a handpiece gives it a large turbine impeller to increase inertial mass.

    Get Price
  • Glossary of Dental Handpiece Terminology

    Temperatures are raised to 270-275°F while the pressure is raised to 30 psi. Bur. – A rotary dental instrument, which when placed in a handpiece is used to cut or carve tooth structure. Burs come in a variety of shapes and sizes and can be made of high speed steel, carbide, or diamond coated material. Can also be called a bit.

    Get Price
  • American Dental Accessories

    2011-11-22u2002·u2002Test for good bur retention every time you use your handpiece (just tug on the bur a little). You should also clean the chuck (if a push button or lever handpiece) as part of routine maintenance. If using a chuck with a wrench (aka standard chuck), you can unscrew the chuck from the back of the turbine to inspect it.

    Get Price
  • Air Driven vs. Electrical Handpieces - KaVo Dental Blog

    2017-11-8u2002·u2002Air driven motors from KaVo. Air driven high speed handpieces tend to have a higher speed, but a lower torque, especially as compared to an electrical piece. However, when a bur comes into contact with the tooth, resistance builds up and slows down the bur to 150.000 – 300.000 rpm. The harder the load of the bur is, the slower the bur spins.

    Get Price
  • Discharge of lubricant from air turbine handpieces ...

    2005-5-28u2002·u2002Four examples of one brand of handpiece (Quiet-Air, see Table 1) were taken from the stock in daily use in the Prince Philip Dental Hospital, Hong Kong. A commonly-used handpiece lubricant (KaVo ...

    Get Price
  • A practice manager's guide to dental handpieces ...

    2018-8-22u2002·u2002Dental handpiece types – air turbine versus electrical. There are two systems for powering handpieces: air turbine and electrical. Air driven handpieces contain an air-driven spinning turbine to generate rotation, and are powered by compressed air. They can reach speeds of up to 400,000 rpm with a variable torque.

    Get Price
  • W&H - Dental Handpieces - What should you look for before ...

    2014-1-9u2002·u2002Turbine vs contra-angle handpiece. The advantages of the turbine are its simple and robust structure, the lower purchase price and also the lighter weight. However, over the years the detrimental effect on the operator's hearing due to the high-frequency sounds emitted by the turbine has become a significant problem.

    Get Price
  • Buyers Guide: Dental Handpieces

    2021-10-1u2002·u20021914 – Electric dental drills reach speeds of up to 3,000 RPM. 1949 – Air turbine handpiece is patented by John Patrick Walsh in New Zealand. 1957 – Bordon Airotor air turbine handpiece is commercially manufactuered and distributed in the U.S. by DENTSPLY. 1973 – StarDental introduces the first highspeed handpiece with integrated fiber ...

    Get Price
  • Power to the Handpiece - AEGIS Dental Network

    A Balance of Power. Cutting efficiency is a balance between the speed and torque delivered to the bur. Although air-driven handpieces reach speeds up to 420,000 rpm, the torque (the tool's cutting power) is relatively low. When a bur in an air-driven handpiece contacts material to be cut, the speed will drop significantly.

    Get Price
  • Handpiece Terminology - Dental Handpiece Repair ...

    The part in the handpiece turbine used to hold the bur. Collet. Another word for the chuck mechanism. Connector. Attaches the handpiece to the dental delivery unit that supplies air and water to the handpiece. There are four types of standard U.S. connectors. They include the 2, or 3-Line (also called a Borden) and 4-Line.

    Get Price
  • 8 Things To Keep In Mind Before You Buy Dental Handpieces

    2021-6-24u2002·u2002A handpiece with a small head allows greater visibility and ease of access. This comes in handy when handling dental procedures in the posterior area. However, a small head comes at a price of reduced torque to increase tooth preparation time. Larger head size for a handpiece gives it a large turbine impeller to increase inertial mass.

    Get Price
  • Glossary of Dental Handpiece Terminology

    Temperatures are raised to 270-275°F while the pressure is raised to 30 psi. Bur. – A rotary dental instrument, which when placed in a handpiece is used to cut or carve tooth structure. Burs come in a variety of shapes and sizes and can be made of high speed steel, carbide, or diamond coated material. Can also be called a bit.

    Get Price
  • American Dental Accessories

    2011-11-22u2002·u2002Test for good bur retention every time you use your handpiece (just tug on the bur a little). You should also clean the chuck (if a push button or lever handpiece) as part of routine maintenance. If using a chuck with a wrench (aka standard chuck), you can unscrew the chuck from the back of the turbine to inspect it.

    Get Price
  • Air Driven vs. Electrical Handpieces - KaVo Dental Blog

    2017-11-8u2002·u2002Air driven motors from KaVo. Air driven high speed handpieces tend to have a higher speed, but a lower torque, especially as compared to an electrical piece. However, when a bur comes into contact with the tooth, resistance builds up and slows down the bur to 150.000 – 300.000 rpm. The harder the load of the bur is, the slower the bur spins.

    Get Price
  • Discharge of lubricant from air turbine handpieces ...

    2005-5-28u2002·u2002Four examples of one brand of handpiece (Quiet-Air, see Table 1) were taken from the stock in daily use in the Prince Philip Dental Hospital, Hong Kong. A commonly-used handpiece lubricant (KaVo ...

    Get Price
  • Characterizing the performance of dental air-turbine ...

    2008-1-1u2002·u2002The dental air-turbine handpiece rapidly gained widespread acceptance by the dental profession after its introduction in the late 1950s and it continues to be used as the main means of carrying out cutting work in clinical dental practice, whether of tooth tissue or restorative materials.

    Get Price
  • Dental Highspeed Handpieces - Midmark

    2021-9-18u2002·u2002Dental Highspeed Handpieces. Midmark Highspeed Dental Handpieces offer: Dynamically balanced turbines. Advanced chucking system for easy bur insertion and removal eliminates chuck down time. 100% brighter light, 20% more power, 23% more bur retention. Debris-shield™ bearing system minimalizes entry of debris into bearing.

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  • American Dental Accessories

    2012-4-25u2002·u2002Your handpieces are some of the most important instruments in your office. To have a handpiece fail can seriously damage productivity, or worse, injure a patient. Of course keeping a good number of handpieces on hand is always in order, but to maximize handpiece performance and turbine life, adequate and properly performed maintenance is vital. . According to handpiece repair …

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  • Handpiece Maintenance - Practicon - Dental Supplies ...

    Order Handpiece Maintenance & more for your dental office Easy online ordering Premier Members save an additional 10% sitewide Save $ today!

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  • Dental Handpiece - Buy Wide Range of Best Dental ...

    Dental Handpiece - Buy handpiece dental for Teeth from Dentalkart Online Dental Store. World's Leading Online Dental Shopping Site. Buy Wide range of Online dental airotor handpiece, surgical handpiece dental, dental straight handpiece. Free Shipping. Cash on delivery option is available.

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  • Dental handpiece, bur mount operating system - SENEY;

    1992-12-15u2002·u2002A dental handpiece provided with a handle and a head on one end thereof in which a turbine rotates at high speeds and accommodates a cutting bur having an axial through opening to direct a preferably hygienic coolant directly through the cutting end of the bur, while the opposite end of the bur, on the interior of the head, is highly polished and absolutely flat for rotating engagement with ...

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  • All the equipment you need to have at your dental clinic ...

    2018-7-13u2002·u2002Dental chairs with dental unit: The purchase of dental chairs for a clinic can include simply the chair or actually form an entire dental unit including the usual handpiece equipment (micromotor, contra-angle handpiece, turbine, ultrasound, etc.) along with some other basic elements such as control panels, autoclaves, water distillers, glass ...

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  • Equipment Supplement Darby Super Trac Plus Handpiece

    2014-9-16u2002·u2002Not all Darby Dental Supply, LLC Customers will qualify for this offer. Small and large equipment purchases between $2,500-$10,000 qualify for 6 months interest-free financing. Financing is funded directly from Darby Dental Supply, LLC. Customers must be active for at least 3 months with good payment history and no past due balance.

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  • Benefits and Disadvantages of Digital Dental X-Rays – The ...

    2020-1-22u2002·u2002The machines used for dental X-rays do involve radiation but the amount of exposure is extremely small. However, small doses over time can add up to cell damage which is why we recommend you should usage Dental X-Ray Aprons. Dental x-ray aprons protect patients and clinicians from exposure to radiation during routine dental x-ray imaging. These ...

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  • Handpiece Essentials: Knowledge to Help You Maximize

    So to use a lube-free handpiece is essentially to pay more money for a product that needs less maintenance, but also doesn't last as long. Myth #2: Hand-spraying is the cheapest way to perform maintenance. The lube-free concept shines a light on the perceived hassle of lubricating handpieces.

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