Reduce 'Fallow' Time Quickly and Easily: Introductory Offer

By Ryan Devenish July 23, 2020 Dental Equipment

We’re often asked how to reduce the impact of ‘fallow’ time on patient flow and, ultimately, practice funds. That's why we've offering a method to reduce fallow period to just 20mins by creating negative pressure. Read on to find out more and access our limited introductory offer...

We've researched and secured an effective solution to the challenge of fallow time:

The Dustex Raptor is portable, for hire HEPA filtration unit that can be configured to either force in clean air, or extract out contaminated air, to create a negative or positive pressure environment.

• Delivers up to 1000 m3/h of clean air

• Forces clean air in, purges contaminated air out

• Ideal for treatment, consultation, reception and waiting rooms

The unit hire could be as low as £40 per week plus one-off charge for filters and transport.

 

We've worked with Global Dental partner and Raptor hire specialists RVT to offer ONE WEEK FREE HIRE to all new Raptor hire customers.

Simply email enquiries@rvtgroup.co.uk or call 0800 178 3286 and quote '124' to receive your offer.

 

 

Why Global Dental?

Throughout the Coronavirus crisis, our small team – led by dental design, fitting and equipment business leader Ryan Devenish – helped the UK dental sector by offering free advice, publishing essential information and sourcing hard to find items.

Using our expertise in dental equipment, practice design and dental technology we’ve researched solutions and created services designed to help UK dentists face the challenges of running a practice post-Coronavirus.

Most of all, our single offer to the dental sector remains: simply tell us how we can help.

 

Also Available: Essential On-Site High-Volume Suction Check

Global Dental can carry out a full examination of your in-house high volume suction situation to ensure this vital function is performing properly.

We’ll check, review and make recommendations around these questions

  • Are there at least 250 litres of air a minute chair side, ideally more than 300
  • Where is the unit venting to? Outside or into the surgery…is it filtered
  • What aspirator tip are you using to maximise the collection of aerosols?

And more.

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