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Lubrina 2 automatically performs maintenance and lubrication of handpieces which are essential for daily practice. Because the lubrication amount and service time suitable for each handpiece are programmed into Lubrina 2, it can automatically perform maintenance of up to four handpieces in a short time. The clean air-blow system facilitates lubrication and purging of the inside of the handpiece thoroughly, providing consistent, quality maintenance that doesn't rely on the experience of staff during manual lubrication. Lubrina 2 accepts multiple brands of spray lubricant.
Approximately 20 seconds per turbine Oil usage amount is reduced to 1/4Faster maintenance with excellent cost savings Since the air-blow system can remove residual water completely using clean air, the efficiency of lubrication is enhanced with oil usage of only 1/4 of that compared to manual lubrication. Daily maintenance cost is therefore reduced. In addition, the system effectively removes surplus oil, providing thorough maintenance in mere seconds.
The Clean Air-Blow system allows the unit to operate with a separation of air and oil, unlike conventional units. By employing dual solenoid valves and a clean air dedicated conduit, the system can supply clean air without a mix of oil. During the water removal process before lubrication, the system removes the water in the head maximizing lubrication results. During idling after lubrication, the surplus oil is effectively removed by clean air.
Water removal during autoclaving If autoclave is performed while a large amount of water is left in the conduit of the handpiece, steam will not infiltrate and could cause a sterilization defect. To prevent this, clean air (without a mix of oil) is fed into the water feed chip air conduit to remove the residual water, thereby reducing the possibility of a problem during autoclaving.
Surplus oil removal reduces idling time before practice. During handpiece rotation, clean air removes the surplus oil which causes blow-out, and thus reduces the idling time necessary before use.