The difference bettween electric and air-driven motor
There are two types of dental motors: electric and air-driven. It is important to consider a few key characteristics when choosing a detnal motor.
Electric dental motor: Before purchasing an electric motor, it is worth looking at main features such as light, brushless vs. brushed, and motor size. You should also consider the specific application requirements, as some motors are fit for certain procedures, such as Restorative, Prophylaxis Endodontics handpiece and Implantology.
Dental air motor: Before purchasing an air motor, it is important to consider the attributes water, light, and connection type. Air motors can be purchased with or without water. You have the option to choose between internal or external water. You can also choose to have light on your air motors, depending on the configuration of your surgery unit. It is crucial to confirm the tubing connection before you purchase. There are many options available for connecting to existing swivel couplers. These are also used by different dental handpiece manufacturers.
Backup Motor: An air motor is a good backup in case of an unexpected motor breakdown or scheduled service. You can connect an air motor to your existing tubing and handpiece swivel connections immediately to eliminate interruptions in your surgery.
For simple dental procedures, such as straight and contra-angle handpieces, you can use an air motor dental handpiece. This handpiece is for chairside dental procedures.
The compressed air pressure drives the motor. This allows it to be attached directly to the chair, allowing for simple procedures such as trimming or polishing.
Dentalsalemall's air motor handpieces are a unique combination of strength, endurance and power. It is easy to attach using ISO-E type. This ensures high reliability and excellent performance.