Maximum protection for you, your colleagues and your patients, is one of the top priorities of Stern Weber when designing its dental units. Active hygiene: complete with all active systems, and fully controlled by the control panel’s processor, the dental unit is transformed into a protected treatment centre. Navigating through the integrated systems menu and setting the chosen parameters is both simple and fast. The best way of ensuring constant control of the dental unit’s hygienic conditions. Passive hygiene: the pursuit of effective, functional solutions is something that we deal with from all points of view. The passive hygiene system both inside and outside the dental unit is constituted by detachable elements, easily-cleaned surfaces, controls transferred to the pedal, and autoclavable materials. Design stems from an approach aimed at completely eliminating contamination risks in the surgery.
The BIOSTER intensive disinfection system performs its operations when the dentist has completed his task. It carries out automatic cycles of disinfection of the spray water circuits and guarantees total protection against the transmission of micro-organisms in the dental unit. The I.W.F.C. device, incorporated in the BIOSTER system or available separately, ensures water circuits are kept clean after a period of machine idleness.
Automatic system that carries out suction system sanitisation cycles between one patient and another.
Distilled water can be used by bypassing the mains water. To carry out rapid circuit sanitisation a second tank is available. Given its tried and tested effectiveness, the use of Peroxy Ag+ disinfectant is recommended.
The assistant has a glass touchpad with disposable cover to enhance dental unit hygiene.
Made of hard-wearing material, the upholstery can be removed to allow thorough cleaning of the patient chair.
The autoclavable silicone instrument mat can easily be removed to make cleaning easier.
New dentist’s module handle can easily be removed for in-depth sanitisation.
Cuspidor bowl with optical sensor
The glass cuspidor bowl rotates and can be removed for cleaning purposes. Incorporated in the cup and bowl fill unit, the optical sensor automates cup filling.