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Air Purifier Product Comparison Table

Air Purifier Product Comparison Table

by Anglian Dental on 28 May 2020
Air Purifier Product Table  Following many requests, we are pleased to share our product matrix our engineers put together as a result of our research. Not all the information is given clearly by all manufacturers so where not available, we have made assumptions based on the information available. Model Technology Established in purification HEPA - EN1822 certified? Max flow rate Noise at 240 m3/hr Manufactured...
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Testing filtration ability of different air purifiers

Testing filtration ability of different air purifiers

by Anglian Dental on 18 May 2020
Testing filtration ability of different air purifiers: 1. Woodpecker Q3 2. Radic8 VK401 3. IQ Air cleanroom 250 Please note: this is only a test of filtration ability. Some machines will also kill particles as a secondary step. *correction to video content, max flow rate of IQ air is 450 m3/hour
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Webinar – Air purifiers: Are they needed and which machine should I consider?

Webinar – Air purifiers: Are they needed and which machine should I consider?

by Anglian Dental on 15 May 2020
Webinar Recording - Air purifiers: Are they needed and which machine should I consider? Topics: Why should dental practices consider an air purifier? Summaries of common technologies used (HEPA, UV-C, ionisation, PCO, Plasma) Impartial Product overviews: R-filter Radic8 VK401 Woodpecker Q3 IQAir Health250 Genano 350 DentAir Airvia Pro 150  Q&A session - Dr Rahul Doshi and Dr Andrew Chandrapal For more product information click here For more details on IQ...
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Equipment Checklist – Weekly Lockdown Tests

Equipment Checklist – Weekly Lockdown Tests

by Anglian Dental on 11 May 2020
We have written guidance to help prevent issues with your equipment when reopening. Equipment is not designed to be out of action for extended periods (more than 4 days) and there are risks with several valves and motors that can seize. The guidance seeks to address this but is no guarantee malfunctions might still occur. It is reccommended to carry out weekly checks to your equipment.  Dental equipment protocols will vary depending on the type, age and model of your equipment. Water line...
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