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Low cost method to capture aerosols created by Dental hand pieces!

In the post-COVID dental environment, the ADA guidelines* states using of a High Velocity Evacuation (HVE) when performing aerosol-generating procedures such as restorative or hygiene. A standard HVE requires someone to hold the device while performing the procedure thus limiting the interaction between doctor and assistant. Boyd’s hands-free aerosols vacuum collector can be positioned to capture aerosols without interfering with doctor or staff member.

Standard Features

  • Fully adjustable semi-rigid gooseneck and nozzle designed for wet applications.
  • Adjustable to pivot vertically over-the-shoulder or horizontally around-the-shoulder depending on the size of the patient and chair used.
  • Connects to existing delivery system connection or directly to vacuum source designed to capture biological particles.
    • Standard sized vaccum tubing for universal fit to solids collector
    • Y adapter included to attach directly to location vacuum source
  • Fits all dental chairs using durable mounting hardware to attach to chair back.
    • Low profile to prevent interference with legs
    • Universal placement options
  • Made in the USA

Components Included

  • All mounting hardware
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* ADA Return to Work Interim Guidelines dated 4/24/2020 states -

"Use professional judgment to employ the lowest aerosol-generating armamentarium when delivering any type of restorative or hygiene care.

  • As an example, use hand scaling rather than ultrasonic scaling when appropriate.
  • High Velocity Evacuation should be employed whenever possible."
Model #Part #Description
Aerosols Collector, Putty310-0100Assembly, Aerosols Collector, Putty Tubing
Aerosols Collector, Black310-0100BAssembly, Aerosols Collector, Black Tubing
Aerosols Collector, White310-0100WAssembly, Aerosols Collector, White Tubing
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including cumene, nickel compounds and wood dust, which are known to the state of California to cause cancer; di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate, which is known to the state of California to cause cancer, developmental toxicity and male reproductive toxicity; and lead and lead compounds, which are known to the state of California to cause cancer, developmental toxicity, male reproductive toxicity, and female reproductive toxicity. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
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