This filtration technique performs amalgam separation and other contaminant removal.
The new RAMVAC® Amalgam HoG from DentalEZ is said to be a high-efficiency filtration system designed to safely and effectively remove hazardous waste in an environmentally responsible manner.
According to reports, Amalgam HoG uses advanced vacuum technology with a retention rate of 99.7%.
Economic and Environmental: The amalgam HoG is equipped with an advanced cyclone filtration system designed to effectively and efficiently separate and remove amalgams, mercury, alloys and other unsafe contaminants on the waterline. It has been reported to protect and prolong the service life of vacuum pumps. And eliminate harmful waste into the environment.
Durable design: Amalgam HoG has a large tank capacity and can safely and reliably serve up to 10 water systems. According to reports, large replacement tanks reduce the number of necessary replacements and are universally molded through industry standard connections that match all existing installation units. It is said that this simple design allows cans to be removed and replaced without tools. In addition, the amalgam HoG has a clear appearance, which is said to provide the user with visual inspection of the fill level and make the replacement easy to identify. All replacement tanks are environmentally friendly and recyclable.
Simple maintenance: The amalgam HoG is designed for easy maintenance without trap handling, and depending on the piping system, smart installation and replacement can be performed. The patented tool-less housing is said to provide easy access to filters for extremely simple replacement. The amalgam HoG filter is equipped with a unique handle that is lightweight and easily disassembled for handling the bag and the bottom of the double O-ring canister.
Comply with regulations: In addition, amalgam is also said to comply with all existing and pending national regulations. According to reports, the product complies with all proposed environmental protection agency regulations and is compatible with all new standards to prepare users for advance compliance. The amalgam HoG is considered to be the NSF certified ISO 11143:2008 and also complies with the American Dental Association’s Best Management Practice (BMP) to protect dentists, staff, and patients.