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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.
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...
VacUClear is a vacuum line maintenance treatment that neutralizes odors, restores the vacuum line flow and pressure, and extends the life...
A-dec offers Cavitron ultrasonic scalers as a factory-installed option with A-dec 300 or A-dec 500 delivery systems. Dentists are able to...
Hu-Friedy Mfg Co. Inc.'s VistaClean Irrigant Solution Concentrate is a daily irrigant solution developed from organic citrus botanicals...
The Sterisil System is designed to provide “distilled quality” water to any dental facility.Sterisil describes the Sterisil System as...
MicroCLEAR is nontoxic and designed to remain in the waterlines overnight without need to air or water purge at the end of the day....
As the tablet dissolves, it releases ingredients into the water, which help prevent accumulation of odor and foul tasting bacteria....
Sterisil® Straw and Antimicrobial Bottle are the solution to transitioning from daily tablets to a single yearly change out. The...
VistaClean Irrigant Solution, an aqueous cleaner, is derived from citrus botanicals and has the ability to emulsify contaminants, soils,...

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