DentalEZ introduces the Amalgam HoG, powered by Apavia
DentalEZ introduces the new RAMVAC Amalgam HoG, a high-efficiency filtration system designed to safely remove harmful waste in an environmentally responsible manner. Powered by Apavia, the Amalgam HoG employs vacuum technology and has a retention rate of 99.7%.
The Amalgam HoG provides dental practices and patients with economically and environmentally conscious water purification. The Amalgam HoG is equipped with an advanced cyclonic filtration system that separates and removes amalgam, mercury, alloy, and other unsafe contaminants from the waterline, protecting and extending the lifespan of the vacuum pump and virtually eliminating harmful waste into the environment.
The durable Amalgam HoG has a large tank capacity and is designed to safely and reliably service up to 10 water systems at one time. The large replacement canisters reduce the frequency of necessary change-outs and are universally molded with industry-standard connections that fit all existing installed units. The simple design allows canisters to be removed and replaced without tools. Moreover, the Amalgam HoG has a clear exterior to allow users to visually inspect the fill level and to make it easy to identify the need for replacement. All replacement canisters are environmentally safe and recyclable.
The Amalgam HoG provides ease of maintenance with no traps to deal with and, depending on the plumbing system, allows ambidextrous installation and replacement. The patented no-tool-necessary housing allows for easy access to the filter for simple replacements. Amalgam HoG filters come with a unique handle for lightweight and easy removal, a bag for proper disposal, and a double O-ring bottom canister exchange.
In addition, the Amalgam HoG complies with all existing and pending state regulations. The Amalgam HoG meets all proposed Environmental Protection Agency regulations and is compatible with all new standards, preparing users with early compliance. The Amalgam HoG is NSF-certified ISO 11143:2008, and it also complies with the American Dental Association’s Best Management Practices (BMPs) that protect the dentist, staff, and patient.