Zubler Suction Filters

According to statistics from the BGFE (German Occupational Society for Precision and Electrical Engineering), occupational skin and lung diseases are considerably more prevalent among dental technicians than the BGFE average. Fine airborne particles are especially dangerous. Highly detrimental effects to the skin and respiratory organs have also been identified from dental gypsum and investment materials. The same is true of non-classified particles with general exposure limits.

Occupational health and safety are non-negotiable
If dental laboratories fail to use suction, most dust that is generated will clearly exceed occupational exposure limits. Suction to eliminate harmful dust is invariably required by German regulations governing the use of hazardous substances. Furthermore, all vacuum systems require mandatory testing for effectiveness at least once a year.

Suction Equipment Maintenance
Poorly managed or ineffective indoor (single station and multi station) suction systems can re-release particles back into the working environment. That is why our suction systems are equipped with options for HEPA and Activated Carbon exhaust filters for the health and safety of staff! However, these safety measures are not effective without enough extraction air flow. Motor and suction unit maintenance must be carried out on a regular basis to ensure optimal extraction.

Zubler Suction equipment filters are designed to maintain optimal efficiency while protecting the motor and internal components from pollutants and dusts. Regular replacement will extend the life and maintain optimal extraction air flow, ensuring your suction system is up and running when you need it.

For information on suction unit filter fitment, consult your manual or download the PDFs below.

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Documentation (PDFs)