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HVE Tips

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HVE Tips from Hager Worldwide include Mirasuc 3P, Mirasucto Aspirator Tips, and Pelotte. Mirasuc 3P features an aspirator tip head that can be fixed in 3 different positions: left, right, and middle. It has a funnel head for abrasive technique and a short non-slip handle, so that it fits to all hoses. This autoclavable tip head is available in either an intro set or a standard set. Mirasucto Aspirator Tips are plastic, large and have a square tongue & cheek guard. It is cold sterilizable and is available in either white or orange. These are sold in a box of 50. Pelotte tips are available in either hygienic disposable or a pedodontic model. The hygiene disposable has a round cheek protector and is cold sterilizable. The pedodontic model is autoclavable and comes in a set of 10.

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Mirasucto HVE Tips with Retractor Plastic, 50/Pkg - White
Technical Specification
Color: White
Package Quantity: 50
Type: Plastic
Sku# 254020
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Mirasucto HVE Tips with Retractor Plastic, 50/Pkg - Orange
Technical Specification
Color: Orange
Package Quantity: 50
Type: Plastic
Sku# 254021
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Pelotte Evacuation Tips Green, 4", Autoclavable, 10/Pkg
Technical Specification
Color: Green
Package Quantity: 10
Type: Plastic
Sku# 254024
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