turbo Smart

A clever aspirator that communicates with the operator!

  • The aspirator reacts automatically to any working anomaly which can be dangerous for the machine proper functioning. A display shows the current working parameters of the machine during the aspiration.
  • Neither peripheral units nor electrical starter are necessary for the installation of Turbo-Smart in parallel. Upgrading from “A” to “B” version by means of a password can be carried out anytime on both new and used machines. Head values can be set by the dentist himself, according to his needs. Each suction machine can service a variable number of dental units depending on different parameters: diameter and length of the piping, number of bends, brand of the dental unit (requirements concerning aspiration can vary), therefore the number of dental units we suggest should not be considered as binding.
  • For cold climates and outdoor installations, on request the machine can be fitted with an antifreeze device
  • Turbo-Smart can be controlled by the dentist by means of SmartApp
Turbo Smart performs like a small and large machine at the same time: small when it is used by one operator and large when it is upgraded to fit an expanded surgery. This is the reason why Turbo Smart offers consistent suction and even reduces its heat output when the demand for the suction is low, so as to avoid overheating. Thanks to the inverter, its electrical energy consumption is proportional to its use, thus allowing a 50% energy saving if compared to fixed speed aspirators
Turbo Smart is programmed to respond to situations and anomalies that typically disturb the operation of an aspiration unit, or even damage it. In the event of a functional anomaly that can damage the machine (such as an overload or overheating), Turbo Smart’s active self-protection feature automatically resets the unit, protecting it from such damage.
Turbo Smart recognises situations such as an overload of fluids or excessive temperatures and automatically adjusts its functioning and performance to overcome the issue, returning to normal operation once the situation has corrected itself. Such intuition and flexibility is only possible from equipment that uses modern technologies. Fixed speed aspiration units (without inverter and software control) have no such active self- protection, and in response to such scenarios can only stop to protect against damage