RAMVAC, a supplier of dental compressors and vacuum systems,recently introduced its latest utility room offering. The new RAMVAC Badger LF is an efficient, powerful, lube-free dry vacuum system that is an alternative to traditional vacuum units, offering simple setup and requiring minimal maintenance and space.
The Badger LF is a dry vacuum system is an alternative to traditional water-ring pumps or aging dry vacuum units. Designed for single or multiple users, the Badger LF lube-free dry vacuum system is flexible and compact. The Badger LF connects to preexisting plumbing to simplify installation. The tank and control unit are directly integrated into the Badger LF system, resulting in a small, space-saving design.
The RAMVAC Badger LF’s highly efficient displacement pump maintains consistent suction regardless of the number of units in use, ensuring smooth operation at all times. The waterless vacuum system reduces costly water and sewer bills, and its lube-free operation reduces the burden of regular maintenance tasks on dentists and staff. From multiuser group practices to budget-conscious small practices, the Badger LF is an ecofriendly choice.
The open frame design of the Badger LF provides cool unit operation and easy maintenance. There are no traps to clean or maintain, and the system provides quiet operation. The RAMVAC Badger LF also delivers worry-free routine maintenance reminders, and it is equipped with a self-diagnosing control system that alerts the user of possible mechanical issues.
The Badger LF is protected by a two-year or 4,000-hour (whichever comes first) limited product warranty and a five-year or 10,000-hour (whichever comes first) pump warranty. Like all RAMVAC products, the new Badger LF is exclusively manufactured in an ISO-certified facility.
The Badger LF is available in two models: the Badger LF1 for one to two HVE-equivalent users and the Badger LF2 for two to three HVE-equivalent users.
For more information or to schedule a Badger LF demo, visit DentalEZ.com/Badger.
Source: RAMVAC press release, 12 May 2016