I Have An HVE: Is it Good Enough?
Intra-oral suction can not significantly reduce droplet dispersion! (particulate matter greater than 0.5)
Dispersion rate=Droplets which are not caught/ Total tracked particles number
When using intra-oral suction only, 50% ~ 60% of droplets are flying into the air
Using intra-oral and extra-oral suction at the same time, the Vector Vortex captures close to 95% of droplet particles.
How it Works
With strong suction vacuum pressure and high air suction flow rate, the aerosol droplets between the doctor and staff and the patients is sucked into the machine through the adjustable positioning arm, and discharged after thorough purification.
The aerosol entering the machine is filtered through HEPA filter and then sterilized by ultraviolet rays. The air is then discharged after a high charged plasma sterilization and purification.
4 stages of disinfection ensure clean air!
The built-in high-power blower produces 3M/s wind speed creating a negative air space around the oral cavity, removing dental aerosols and droplets. 4 stage disinfection cleans the air from over 99.97% of vapor, dust, bacteria and viruses. First stage primary filter removes large particles and dust. UV filter exposes viruses and bacteria to UV light breaking down the cellular structure. Plasma generator produces +/- ions charging the particles to make the final stage HEPA filter more effective. Final stage HEPA filter captures the remaining vapor, dust bacteria and viruses.