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CP-2550D High Quality Air Compressor

CP-2550D High Quality Air Compressor

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WHAT YOU NEED CONSIDER WHEN CHOOSING A DENTAL AIR COMPRESSOR
The above considerations main selecting the compressor with the right physical attributes for your practice’s needs. The most important decisions that need into optimizing your air compressor’s power, pressure, and production levels.


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WHAT YOU NEED CONSIDER WHEN CHOOSING A DENTAL AIR COMPRESSOR

The above considerations main selecting the compressor with the right physical attributes for your practice’s needs. The most important decisions that need into optimizing your air compressor's power, pressure, and production levels.

*SIZE

You should consider both the size of your practice as well as the desired size of the air compressor in relation to it. Most dental air compressors measure output in one of two ways:

Cubic feet per minute (CFM)                       Liters per minute (LPM)

Dental chairs typically require 50LPM or 2CFM of air per chair. Additionally, you should account for the number of personnel who regularly use your equipment,

as too much simultaneous use could strain a system that’s not prepared for it.

*USE OF OIL

Most dental environments benefit from using oil-free compressors. Oil-based compressors risk contaminating surrounding fluids, which could imperil patient health.

Oil-free air compressors also require less maintenance and upkeep because they work with less volatile substances.

*POWER

Most compressors rate power output either in kilowatts (kW) or horsepower (HP). 1 kW equals 1.34 HP. This power range governs a compressor’s ability to pump air. Dental air compressors come in a range of power ratings, but for most dental offices, compressors with 1–5 HP (~0.75–3.7 kW) get the job done.

*MOTORS

All dental air compressors run on motors. The motor runs the compressor, and the compressor has one or two pistons depending on the model.

*PRESSURE

All dental tools have specific pressure requirements. Many measure their pressure requirements in bars, which equal ~14.5 psi each. Most dental applications use pressures of 5 bars, but to avoid straining your equipment, it’s usually a good idea to generate slightly more pressure than each tool requires.

*DENTAL AIR COMPRESSORS FROM COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEMS

Compressed Air Systems offers a full suite of air compressors designed for dental applications. Our products include:

Scroll dental air compressors

Reciprocating dental air compressors

Oil-free compressors

Quiet and noise-free models that result in greater patient comfort

Custom-sized air compressors

Custom horsepower options

*ESSENTIAL TOOLS FOR DENTISTS EVERYWHERE

At Compressed Air Systems, we know that at the center of each well-functioning dental practice is a good air compressor. Air compressors make patient care safe, comfortable, and efficient.


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