Amalgam Separators

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According to the manufacturer, Acadia meets ISO 11143 efficiency standards, ensuring that the dental practice using the system will be in...
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The PureWay ECO II Amalgam Separator is a compact and economical amalgam separator system that services up to 6 chairs (or up to 12...
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HealthFirst offers the Rebec Catch HG 400 Series amalgam separator. Made of stainless steel, this system is ISO ADAANSI 11143-2008 tested...
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HealthFirst’s Amalgam Waste Recovery Containers meet ADA standards and are compliant with ANSI 109 requirements. Available in 3 sizes,...
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HealthFirst offers Lead Waste Recovery of lead foil and lead aprons. The practice places lead foil and aprons into the containers. Once...
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The Hg5 Collection Container is compatible with the Solmetex Hg5 Amalgam Separator (legacy version) and the Hg5 High Volume Amalgam...
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Midmark has teamed with SolmeteX to offer a complete, all-in-one solution that assists the dental industry in achieving environmentally...
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The Solmetex NXT Hg5 Amalgam Separator is ISO 11143 certified and meets or exceeds all state & federal requirements for the safe removal...
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The Solmetex NXT Hg5 mini Amalgam Separator is ISO 11143 certified and meets or exceeds all state & federal requirements for the safe...
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The Solmetex Practice Waste Solutions Amalgam Bucket is designed for the storage and recycling of the dry amalgam waste, including:...
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The NXT Hg5 Collection Container is compatible only with the Solmetex NXT Hg5 Amalgam Separator (both standard and mini sizes, both...

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  • Jason Schwartz

    If you haven’t heard about the ‘Dental Amalgam Rule’ that went into effect on July 14, 2017, don’t worry…Solmetex has you covered with what you need to know and what steps you can take to be in compliance. What is the “Rule?” The new EPA "Dental Rule" is about responsible management of amalgam waste in dental practices. The primary focus is on...

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  • Jason Schwartz

    The EPA recently announced the compliance effective date of July 14, 2017 for regulation entitled “Effluent Limitations Guidelines and Standards for Dental Offices.” The regulation, commonly referred to as the “Dental Rule” was signed into the Federal Register, now requiring all 50 states be compliant to a new standard of Best Management...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    We all agree that most dental offices dispose of amalgam, which is used in patients’ fillings. And it’s common knowledge that amalgam contains mercury and that mercury is dangerous to the environment. But did you know that dental practices are the main source of mercury discharge into publicly owned treatment works (sewage treatment plants)?...

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  • Julie Cullen

    Two things I didn’t know and hadn’t considered until recently: 1. Did not know that lead foil is used in x-ray film to prevent radiation back scatter so you get a good image and to prevent radiation from penetrating past the film so your patients are protected. 2. Hadn't really considered that the disposal of lead foil in x-ray film and lead...

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  • Julie Cullen

    Amalgam shows up in all sorts of places in a dental office. For example, there’s clean scrap amalgam that’s left over from a dental procedure and there’s contact amalgam that has been in contact with a patients, such as extracted teeth or amalgam captured in a chairside trap. And then there’s amalgam sludge, which is a mixture of liquid and...

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  • Victoria Jordan

    …then I have an update for you! Last week, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that it will delay releasing a final rule for amalgam separators for dental offices until the summer of 2016, almost a year later than originally expected. However, the extra time will allow the EPA to address comments on the proposal, including a few...

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