As you move the instrument, its cord automatically extends to full length if needed. This technology completely eliminates all pull on your hand while allowing you to exploit the full length of the cord. S.S.S.P.R.I.D.O (Servo System Sprido) servo-assisted cord arms are standard equipment. Patent nos.: AN2013A000115 / EP14157517.5
A green LED on the cord ring nut lights to warn you when the handpiece needs lubricating, reducing the risk of failures. The smart cord comes as standard equipment. Patent nos.: AN2013A000045, EP14157497.0
The body of the instrument table is in 2 cm thick polyurethane and is designed to hold up to 5 handpieces. The table is supported by a double jointed self-balancing arm. Two control panels with soft-touch keys permit quick and easy selection of available functions even for left handed dentists.The control panels provide 14 buttons including one for the Trendelenburg position and one for switching the operating light on and off.
The control panel automatically recognises which instrument is in use and lets you adjust torque and maximum speed, and even reverse direction. Once the handpiece’s gear ratio has been selected, the system automatically calculates its speed and displays it on the LCD display. Scaler functioning mode and vibration intensity can also be selected.
The key feature of the foot control is the incorporated Feed-Fec system for progressive instrument control. You can keep spray permanently on by pressing the central button and operating the progressive action lever, or activate it when needed by pressing on the bottom lever switch. The foot control also incorporates a switch for reversing the direction of micromotors.
The chair can be moved automatically into the Trendelenburg position either by pressing a dedicated button on the control panel. Maximum safety for the patient: if a patient feels unwell, the backrest reclines to stimulate the circulatory system.
The assistant table is mounted on an articulated arm. The push-button functions on the assistant’s table duplicate those on the dentist’s instrument table, allowing assistants to select whatever function is needed. The assistant table incorporates four handpiece holders and a practical, 18×10 cm aluminium tray.
As an option, you can request a non-toxic technical gel padding that is not prone to memory effect. The backrest and seat move independently and can be controlled by a foot joystick located at the base of the dental unit. The chair is equipped with six anti-crush safety sensors.