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Using multiparameter testing, Hu-Friedy Cleaning Monitors are designed to provide a clear interpretation of the cleaning process. Until...
The G5 concept takes the existing silverbased antimicrobial technology and brings it into the future with integrated smart technology....
Sterisil Straw V2 can kill odor causing bacteria and is registered to deliver a powerful residual disinfectant, treating dental effluent...
VistaTab Dental Waterline Cleaner by Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. Inc. is a powerful waterline cleaner tablet that is used for the cleaning and...
A-dec ICX Tablet Waterline Treatment from ADEC is a specially formulated effervescing tablet that helps maintain clean dental unit...
Don't Spend Money Like Water O-SO Pure's Mineral Mizer II The Mineral Mizer II is the ideal, green way for all practices to eliminate the...
Gallon-size Gleco Trap replacement bottles are now available from Indi Green Innovations.
The DentaPure cartridge contains iodinated resin beads; these beads elute 2 to 4 ppm of iodine as water passes through the resin matrix....
VistaPure provides 2 grades of high-purity water: distilled-quality water for autoclaves and ultra-filtered, noncorrosive water for use...
DentaPure DP365M installs onto the chair’s municipal system (J-Box) and delivers uninterrupted treatment to waterlines, reducing harmful...
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CitriSil and CitriSil Blue tablets continuously disinfect and maintain dental water lines. Simply start with one CitriSil Shock tablet...

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