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DentAir and Bryant Dental® are registered trademarks in the United Kingdom and Australia. Registered in England & Wales No. 10396020. Registered in Australia No. 634 752 980

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Help protect your patients

Help give your patients peace of mind in your dental surgery with improved air quality.

Help protect your practice team

Help provide a safe environment for your team, with our air purification technology.

A Unique Air Purification Solution for Dentists

The quality of the air in a dental surgery is paramount – one mouth alone can be host to over 350 kinds of pathogens, which can float in the air for hours. The high-performance DentAir system from Bryant Dental uses the very latest and trusted technology in air purification to eliminate contaminants in the room, quickly and effectively.

300mm
800mm
Pre Filter
H13 HEPA
Carbon Filter
UVC
Air Quality Indicator
  • Excellent
  • Good
  • Poor
Control Touchscreen

High protection from an air purification system with a difference

With its innovative design, UVC technology, 360° inlets and 5-stage filtration process, DentAir offers the highest levels of air purification for dental practices. Reaching over 99.99% sterilisation rate (Test Data available), our system draws in and filters out harmful bacteria, viruses, volatile organic compounds and mercury vapour, to disperse clean and safe air, quickly and quietly.

 

Draw in harmful matter from all corners of the room with 360-degree inlets

While some air purification systems only have three sides or are wall mounted, DentAir has over 5000 inlets 360º around the unit. The powerful composite cylinder draws air through the bottom of the unit using a thermally protected backward curved fan and then sends it through a five-stage filtration process, before pumping clean air back out of the top using our innovative Venturi Blade design.

Bacteria

Viruses

Volatile Organic
Compounds

Mercury
Vapour

Disperse purified air around your surgery in a matter of minutes

DentAir is capable of a maximum airflow of 600m^3/hour (+/ 10%). This impressive metric enables it to be extremely effective at removing airborne contaminants within a range of different sized surgeries and waiting rooms. The illuminated DentAir indicator on the front and top of your unit allows users to observe their air quality from wherever they are in the room.

 

Use the calculators below to see how DentAir can help you and your practice.

Disperse purified air around your surgery in a matter of minutes

DentAir is capable of a maximum airflow of 600m^3/hour (+/ 10%). This impressive metric enables it to be extremely effective at removing airborne contaminants within a range of different sized surgeries and waiting rooms. The illuminated DentAir indicator on the front and top of your unit allows users to observe their air quality from wherever they are in the room.

 

Use the calculators below to see how DentAir can help you and your practice.

Step 1: Cycles Per Hour

Enter your room dimensions (in meters) and to see how many clean air changes per hour your surgery would achieve.**
Air Change is calculated here using a 0.5 efficiency rating as per FGDP recommendations.

- No. of units
- Cycles per/hour

Step 2: Fallow Time Calculator*

Please note: you need to complete the above cycles per hour section above before using this calculator.

- Fallow Time
(In Minutes)
  • * The output of this calculator does not constitute medical advice or official guidance and should not be relied upon as such.
  • Practices should always follow applicable laws and guidance and seek specific professional advice about their individual circumstances, before taking any action based on this calculator tool.
  • Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this calculator, the results should always be checked against the latest official guidance.

Kill viruses and bacteria with high-performance UVC technology

The enhanced UVC technology within the DentAir system successfully de-contaminates the air. With one UVC lamp running through the unit, DentAir emits 24W of power to effectively damage the DNA/RNA of viruses, bacteria and other pathogens found in the air of a dental surgery.

 

Positioned between the filter chamber, the lamp has an intelligent seal around it, which forces the air to within 20mm of the UVC rays, ensuring even the smallest particles are penetrated.

Kill viruses and bacteria with high-performance UVC technology

The enhanced UVC technology within the DentAir system successfully de-contaminates the air. With one UVC lamp running through the unit, DentAir emits 24W of power to effectively damage the DNA/RNA of viruses, bacteria and other pathogens found in the air of a dental surgery.

 

Positioned between the filter chamber, the lamp has an intelligent seal around it, which forces the air to within 20mm of the UVC rays, ensuring even the smallest particles are penetrated.

Five-stage filtration process for air quality that’s second to none

With a five-in-one composite filter system, DentAir offers unrivalled efficiency and quality of air purification. The pre-filter captures larger particles, like organic tooth material, hair and skin flakes, the air is then passed through the high-density ATP-HEPA antimicrobial peptide filter to remove ultrafine matter. Next is the carbon layer, which eliminates odours and pollutants such as mercury, through adsorption. A 24W UVC lamp then penetrates the cell membranes of viruses and bacteria.

360 degree HEPA filter

The 360° HEPA filter has a surface area of 6.7m2 for maximum efficiency and longevity

Hospital-grade Class 13 HEPA filter

Hospital-grade Class 13 HEPA filter removes 99.95% of particles greater than 0.1μm

AVERAGE SIZE EXAMPLES
  • Viruses (e.g Corona Virus) 0.12μm

  • Bacteria (e.g S.Aureus) 1μm

  • Pollen and allergens 10μm

Learn more about HEPA Filters

While the US HEPA standard usage of 0.3 micrometer particles to describe efficiency may seem arbitrary, particles of this size are actually the most difficult to filter. This renders them a ‘worst-case scenario’ reference particle.

 

Filter fibers trap contaminants in three main ways:

 

Interception takes place when a contaminant particle passes within the distance equal to one particle’s radius of a filter fiber, resulting in it touching the fiber and being removed from the airflow. Particles further than one particle radius from a fiber will not be trapped.

 

Inertial impaction occurs when a large particle, unable to adjust to the change in air direction near a filter fiber, becomes trapped on the fiber. The particle’s inertia ensures that it continues along its original path instead of circumventing the fiber, resulting in its capture.

 

Diffusion relies on the Brownian motion of gas particles. Small particles (typically 0.1 μm or less) tend to travel on a streamline in an erratic fashion, making random motions as they interact with gas molecules. This erratic motion causes the contaminant particles to become stuck to filter fibers.

Filtration Mechanisms

The three filtration methods described above (plus an electrostatic method).

Image credit: Totobobo

These three methods demonstrate why particles around 0.3 micrometers are the most difficult to filter. Particles less than 0.1 micrometers are easily trapped due to diffusion, while particles larger than 0.4 micrometers are trapped by inertial impaction. Particles between 0.1 and 0.4 μm are therefore too large for effective diffusion and too small for inertial impaction and efficient interception, so that the filter’s efficiency drops within this range. By specifying a HEPA filter’s efficiency at 0.3 μm, standards bodies are really describing a variant of the filter’s minimum efficiency.

Figure 1. Typical performance of a HEPA 99.97% Filter. A HEPA performance graph, showing the steep drop in efficiency around 0.1 μm. Image credit: Berriman

*Information taken from : https://www.globalspec.com/learnmore/manufacturing_process_equipment/filtration_separation_products/hepa_filters_ulpa_filters

State-of-the-art display and sensor technology for consistent air quality

The DentAir system is designed to make your surgery safer without disrupting your work. The digital display allows you to easily monitor and adjust your DentAir system at the touch of a button, showing you everything from air quality levels and speed, to humidity and temperature. The laser sensor constantly monitors the quality of the air, detecting if an Aerosol Generating Procedure (AGP) is started and activating the unit accordingly using the ReAKT technology.

State-of-the-art display and sensor technology for consistent air quality

The DentAir system is designed to make your surgery safer without disrupting your work. The digital display allows you to easily monitor and adjust your DentAir system at the touch of a button, showing you everything from air quality levels and speed, to humidity and temperature. The laser sensor constantly monitors the quality of the air, detecting if an Aerosol Generating Procedure (AGP) is started and activating the unit accordingly using the ReAKT technology.

Innovative app puts you in control wherever you are

DentAir is app-enabled for both IOS and Android. This means it can securely log surgery air conditions over time. This log will not only be able to re-assure patients, you’ll also be one step ahead should health regulators introduce Air Quality Audits in the future.

Innovative app puts you in control wherever you are

DentAir is app-enabled for both IOS and Android. This means it can securely log surgery air conditions over time. This log will not only be able to re-assure patients, you’ll also be one step ahead should health regulators introduce Air Quality Audits in the future.

DentAir is one of the market leaders for air-purification technology, effectiveness and ease of use

DentAir has been designed specifically with dental surgeries in mind. Using trialled and tested technologies, its configuration ensures the highest levels of air purification, with minimal disruption to both you and your patients.

Dimensions:

800 x 300 mm

Noise:

28-60db

360 Inlets:

Present

CADR:

600m3/hour (+/- 10%)*

UVC lamp:

1 x 24W

Filters:

» Pre-Filter, HEPA 13, Activated Carbon
» Pre-Filter: Non-woven Fabric Mesh
» HEPA Filter Efficiency is 99.95% at ≥ 0.3μm

Control panel:

Touchscreen + IR Remote

Fan Speeds:

4-speed + ReAKT technology functionality

App-Enabled:

IOS & Android for Audit

ReAKT Technology:

Laser-Guided

Motor Technology:

NiDec Japan

Approvals:

CE, EMC, LVD.

Product Literature

 

The innovative DentAir air purification system has undergone rigorous testing. In addition, the DentAir team has conducted two extensive literature reviews assessing the need and efficiency for air purification technologies in dental practices.

Test Reports

Literature Reviews

Market Research

Product Literature

The innovative DentAir air purification system has undergone rigorous testing. In addition, the DentAir team has conducted two extensive literature reviews assessing the need and efficiency for air purification technologies in dental practices.

Test Reports

Literature Reviews

Market Research

A highly cost-effective solution for dental air purification

 

Starting from £995.00 (inc VAT)

1+ unit: £995/unit  |  3+ units: £979/unit  |  5+ units: £949/unit  |  10+ units: £936/unit  (inc VAT)


 
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