Dental vacuum pump Tyscor VS 2

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Max.: 0.6 m³/h (2.64 ft³/h)

Min.: 0 m³/h (0 ft³/h)


0.7 kW (0.95 hp)


170 mbar (2.47 psi)


Tyscor VS 2 radial suction unit We invented aspiration. Again. In 1964, Dürr Dental developed a new suction system that allowed patients to be treated in a supine position for the first time. Back then it was a sensation, now we take it for granted. But it’s far from the end of our quest to continue to be the 'Best in Class', or rather to be the 'Best in Class' again and again. Tyscor VS 2, the first wet aspiration system with centrifugal compressor in the field of dentistry, sets new standards for performance and efficiency. Naturally 100 % made in Germany (at Bietigheim-Bissingen). More than 50 percent less weight and up to 50 percent saving of energy.* Radially brilliant!The intelligent control allows also operation with two Tyscor suction machines connected to only one suction line – for perfect operational reliability. Energy-saving Energy-saving The "eco-friendly" centrifugal technology of the Tyscor VS 2 ensures exemplary values, especially in energy consumption.* Its load-dependent automatic adjustment provides constant suction at all times – and saves money in the process. Compact and light Compact and light The compact, modular construction, weight of 11 kg and housing made of foamed plastic ensure smooth start-up of the Tyscor VS 2. Network compatible Network compatible With network connection as standard, not only is the Tyscor VS 2 installed as Plug & Play, but is also just as easily integrated in the digital monitoring of the surgery supply systems through the Tyscor Pulse software. Voltage (V)230 (1~) Frequency (Hz)50/60 Power output (kW)0.7 Current consumption (A)3



Tyscor V 2
Tyscor V 2
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