Vacuum Pumps

Vacuum pumps are some of the most important pieces of equipment in any dental practice. Make sure you get high-quality, reliable dental vacuum units by shopping online at Dental Planet. The right dental vacuum pumps will help to ensure that your patients receive the best care regardless of what type of service or procedure they’ve come in for. At the same time, a high-quality vacuum pump helps to ensure that employees are able to do their work efficiently and effectively day after day. Learn more about our impressive selection of dental pumps. Please note that Amalgam Separators are required to prevent bio hazardous waste from entering our water system.

The Best Dental Suction Pumps for Operatories

A dental suction pump is a must-have piece of equipment in any dental operatory. It’s important that the vacuum pump provides reliable and safe suction since it can have serious ramifications for the outcomes in dental surgeries and procedures. There are a number of features that should be considered as you go through the process of selecting the best pump for your practice.

First, consider how many users need to be able to use the machine — at Dental Planet, you’ll find pumps from one to fifteen users, so it’s easy to select one that suits the demands of your practice. Next, think about the capacity you require during procedures. Single vacuum pumps, dual vacuum pumps and triple vacuum pumps all offer different levels of capacity. Custom solutions are available for larger facilities. Finally, be sure to check the warranty coverage. Many dental vacuum pumps include a three to five-year warranty, which gives you an extra layer of protection if anything malfunctions.

Wet vs. Dry Vacuum Pumps

The type of dental pump you select will also need to be carefully considered before you buy. There are two main types of dental vacuum pumps for dental offices available. Wet vacuum systems use water to create vacuum pressure and are generally smaller in size. One downside is that they do tend to use a significant amount of water per day (typically several hundred gallons). Dry vacuum systems use rotary vanes or turbines to create vacuum pressure and tend to be larger and slightly more expensive. These systems don’t use water and have less wear from exposure to water minerals, which leads to reliable performance over long periods of time without the need for frequently replacing parts. When you’re ready to add a new vacuum pump to your dental practice, be sure to shop at Dental Planet to get the best price.

Sierra 6 User, 2.1 HP, TRU-VAC Wet Vacuum System
2,698.00 2,698.00 2698.0 USD