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Medentex medentotainer® Waste Amalgam (1.5 Gal. - 6.5 Gal.)
Medentex offers a full line of UN/DOT approved waste collection containers. The medentotainer® is specifically designed for the proper hygienic disposal and recycling of dental wastes, including amalgam, lead foils, and extracted teeth containing amalgam. medentex features a full service disposal, recycling, re-shipment, and creation of a recycling certificate with our medentotainer®. Our customers can be assured that all of the waste medentex receives will not end up in a landfill. medentex recycles 100% of all amalgam waste at its own recycling facility!
When your container is full, place the container in the box it came in and use the pre-paid shipping label supplied to ship it back to medentex. We recycle the contents at no additional charge and send you a certificate for you records!
This container stores amalgam waste from chair-side traps, solids collectors, cuspidor strainers & left over or spent amalgam.
Every medentotainer® lid with medentovap® effectively suppresses toxic mercury vapors from escaping and threatening the dental practice. Mercury vapor is a dangerous health hazard and the medentovap® technology minimizes the exposure risks for dentists and their staff. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends a maximum exposure rate of 50 micrograms per cubic meter (µg/m3).
For amalgam waste from:
- Chair-side traps
- Leftover or spent amalgam
- Removed teeth with amalgam fillings
- Empty amalgam capsules
- Vacuum traps located by the vacuum pump
- Choices: Small 1.5 gallons, Large 4.0 gallons, Extra Large 6.5 gallons
medentovap - our unique mercury vapor suppressant technology
For the secure handling and storage of amalgam waste, all of our containers are equipped with medentovap mercury vapor suppressant technology. The lids contain a special sponge impregnated with medentovap, in order to minimize toxic mercury vapor emission from the containers.
The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends a maximum exposure of 50 micrograms per cubic meter (µg/m3). A study conducted by medentex indicated that containers without mercury vapor suppressants emit a much higher concentration of the dangerous vapor than recommended.