Mobile Room Disinfection Cart Unit for Hospital and Factory

FY 120W-220W Mobile Trolley Cart UV+Ozone Disinfection Lamp Stainless Steel Trolley with Infrared Sensor

FY 120W-220W Mobile Trolley Cart UV+Ozone Disinfection Lamp Stainless Steel Trolley with Infrared Sensor
FY-30FSI/ 50FSI (Four Tube Stainless Steel UV Lamp Trolley with Sensor) UV Room sterilizer FY-30FSI/ 50FSI,has 4 pieces of 30 watts/ 55watts UV lamps, emits a high intensity of ultraviolet light to the surface of the room, it can quickly and effectively sterilize all surfaces and air in a few minutes. Equipped with a timer of 0-1440 minutes, it is simpler and safer to use. The sterilizer is not only suitable for hospitals, but also widely used in schools, hotels, clinics, homes, cinemas, food manufacturing companies and offices.

Usage Instruction
1.Install the base with location hole and reed.
2.Open the protection door.
3.Lift the lamp arm and adjust to 90,135,190 degrees.
4.Insert the plug and press ‘ON’ button ,adjust 0-120mins timer.
5.Leave the room right now.
6.After finishing sterilization,press ‘OFF’ button.
7.Adjust timer to ‘OFF’.
8.Hold down the ‘adjustable button 3’ to adjust lamp arm to the box .
9.Close the protection door.

New Product News: Updated MRS Mobile Room Disinfection Unit

American Ultraviolet MRS3684P

American Ultraviolet has offered a mobile UV disinfection cart unit for around 20 years. Prior to the current Ebola virus concerns, people were still concerned with more common issues like mold growth, bacterial contamination of work surfaces and food preparation area and general disinfection of air and surfaces. As such, American Ultraviolet developed the original MRS3684P model to offer the benefits of direct UVC disinfection in a mobile device that could be wheeled from room to room and easily transported to different locations. Until recently, this original model looked like this.

The result is a much sturdier, more reliable basic unit appropriate for most non-healthcare applications in commercial and industrial applications. At less than 10% of the cost of many of the high-end options available on the market, this is an ideal option for schools, office buildings, mold remediation, day cares and other applications where in room surface and air treatment is desired and hard-mounted permanent fixtures are undesirable or impractical.

Top Selling Mobile UV disinfection trolleys to Kill COVID-19

 

 

Which Type of LED Surgical/Dental Headlight Should I Purchase?

Purchasing a new LED headlight can be tricky business and, at L.A. Lens, we appreciate that. It’s for this reason we thought it would be a good idea to put an informative blog post together to help you make the right decision for you.

The first question is – why a LED headlight?

The answer is : Color of the beam

When performing proceedures, it is essential to have the right type of lighting. A pure white LED headlight is recognized as the best light source to use for the level of detail required when practicing dentistry or surgery. This is because a pure white LED is 6000k+ and resembles daylight, allowing you to illuminate your area of focus while representing ‘true color’. Illumination in ‘true color’ means you will be able to identify the accurate color of the object in front of you without any color distortion.

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What Intensity do I need: 45,000 Lux or 90,000 Lux?

While light is necessary for every medical or dental professional, the level of light intensity is entirely based on personal preference. Whether the intensity is 45,000 lux or 90,000 lux, a LED light will bring out a higher level of detail which would not have otherwise been seen. Additionally, a LED headlight will remove all shadows from the focus area, thereby increasing your sharpness of vision.

Take notice of the lux (light intensity) when comparison shopping, as the case is often the cheaper the light, the lower the lux.

Does the Weight of the Light Matter?

The quick answer is yes. A portable LED headlight is deigned to sit on your loupes, which rest on the bridge of your nose. If you are working for long periods of time, the pressure on the bridge of your nose can build up and make you extremely uncomfortable. This will often result in your inability to continue working. This is why L.A. Lens has produced the Starlight Mini LED Headlight, which is one of the lightest weight LED headlights on the market. Weighing only 4 grams, the Starlight Mini Headlight allows you to work all day in comfort.

Which Type of LED Surgical/Dental Headlight Should I Purchase

What do I need to look for in a Battery System?

Two aspects that you need to consider when deciding on a battery system are the battery life and the recharge time. Regarding battery life, it is important to use a Lithium-Polymer battery as opposed to a Lithium-Ion battery. Lithium-Ion is dated technology. Similar to phone charging in the 1990’s, if you do not charge a Lithium-Ion battery 100% each time, the battery life will be radically reduced. Lithium-Polymer batteries, however, have a ‘charge memory’ that is much less sensitive and will not radically deplete due to half charges.

Conclusion

We hope these pointers have helped you how to choose a suitable dental surgical light While we have identified why certain lights should be avoided, there is no universal ‘best’ light, as it comes down to personal preference. There is a trade-off between weight and light intensity when choosing your headlight. For those looking for the lightest weight solution, we suggest the Starlight Mini LED Headlight – at only 4 grams. For medical and dental practitioners who require maximum illumination, The Spotlight LED Headlight offers over 90,000 lux and is the headlight for you.

 

Dental Implants: Everything you need to know about dental implants.

Dental Implants: Everything you need to know about dental implants.

Your smile should last a lifetime, and with dental implants from Dental Associates—it will. Replacing missing teeth is important to your overall health and also to the health of your other teeth. When natural teeth are missing, you not only lose functionality but also can experience a host of other issues.

Having missing teeth is not only embarrassing, but your mouth will deteriorate rapidly if left untreated. Dental implants help you look and feel better, regain your self-esteem, and have a better quality of life. For over 50 years, dental implants have been used to replace missing teeth through dental implant machine and they’re now the standard of care for restoring functionality in a rapidly deteriorating mouth. You deserve to smile again, and dental implants will help you do that.

The Benefits of Dental Implants for Tooth Replacement

Dental Implants: Everything you need to know about dental implants.

Dental implants are the next best thing to your healthy, natural teeth. Strong and stable, a dental implant restores a lost tooth so that it looks, feels, fits and functions like a natural tooth when implanted by an experienced implant dentist. Other options such as dentures or bridges can lead to bone deterioration, and may interfere with eating, smiling, speaking and other activities of everyday life.

Dental implants are built to last. That makes them your best long-term, cost-effective solution. Traditional, tooth-supported dental bridges only last five to seven years, and with proper care often more than 10 years, but at some point they may need to be replaced. Those costs can really add up over time. While dental implants may need periodic adjustments, they can last a lifetime when properly placed and cared for over time by your local dental implant expert.

Dental implants keep your teeth in your mouth – not in a cup like dentures. Dental implants allow you to keep your teeth where they belong – in your mouth. And no more worrying that your dentures might slip or fall out. Brush, floss and care for teeth that have been replaced using dental implants exactly the way you would natural teeth – in your mouth. Before you get dentures, talk to a dental expert who understands tooth replacement options.

Dental implants keep your teeth in place – silently. Dentures may slip when you eat, talk, smile, laugh, kiss, yawn or cough, so that you have to “reposition” them back into place in the mouth. Ugh. Dental implants are fixed in place and fuse naturally with your jawbone, meaning your replacement teeth won’t move, click or shift. Much better!

One piece of advice: Before you choose any dentist for your dental implants, be sure to ask them: “Are you AAID credentialed?” They will be happy to hear the question. AAID credentialing gives you peace of mind so you have a long lasting, beautiful smile!