Dental turbine AIRLIGHT M800
miniwith LED light

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Characteristics

Application domain
dental
Ergonomics
mini
Lighting technology
with LED light
Speed

Min.: 350,000 rpm (2,199,114.9 rad.min-1)

Max.: 400,000 rpm (2,513,274.1 rad.min-1)

Description

The newest AirLight V3 will exceed any previous market expectations on LED illumination. The truly innovative design of this handpiece incorporates a highly efficient micro-generator to power its LED. It will eliminate the need for a fiber optic system from your dental delivery unit. This cutting edge technology allows the operator to have a clearer illuminated operative field, reducing eye fatigue. The Direct-LED is brighter and has a larger light pattern than the traditional fiber optic system. The well-designed and precisely manufactured AirLight provides extraordinary torque to ensure the powerful cutting that you need. It will fit directly into your existing 4, 5, 6 hole handpiece tubings. No Light Bulb No Fiber Optic Tubing No Electrical Source Brilliant, Bright LED Illumination Ceramic Ball Bearings Specially designed for smooth and quiet operation. It also provides superior torque and a long lifespan. Thumb triplr water spray Triple Water Spray Effectively cools the entire surface of the bur to avoid overheating, which provides higher patient comfort. Thumb direct led Direct-LED The LED is optimally positioned on the face of the handpiece to provide a larger light pattern than a traditional fiber optic system. Thumb micro tex Micro-Tex Surface The latest surface enhancement technology creates a micro-textured and scratch proof surface that lowers the possibility of slipping during operation

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