Switch off infection control risks: Switch on DAC Universal S
Comply with infection control standards at the touch of a button and avoid cross contamination: Completely safe with DAC Universal S. Your patients and employees can rely on this all-round protection and put their complete trust in the treatment with reprocessed and sterilized instruments.
Ease of use
New design, touch display with intuitive user interface, guided maintenance workflow Check & Clean.
Cost-effective and environmentally friendly reprocessing
Low operating and consumption costs – no use of cleaning and disinfection chemicals and only up to 900 ml water consumption per cycle. Low investment costs in instruments thanks to cooling at the end of the process and therefore quick return to service.
Fully automatic reprocessing
Six instruments in approx. 21 minutes; internal and external cleaning, lubrication (if needed) and sterilization of straight and contra-angle handpieces, turbines, ultrasonic / sonic handpieces and tips, nozzles of multifunctional syringes and powder jet devices as well as powder jet handpieces.
Cleaning and sterilization process which can be validated. Cleaning process in accordance with EN ISO 15883-1 / -2*. Sterilization process in accordance with EN ISO 13060* and ISO 17665-1. Routine Control with chemical indicator class 5 and PCD (Process Challenge Device).
Hygiene at the touch of a button: The fully automated reprocessing process
The DAC Universal S cleans, lubricates (if necessary) and sterilizes up to six straight and contra-angle handpieces and turbines, ultrasonic / sonic handpieces and tips, nozzles of multifunctional syringes and powder jet devices as well as powder jet handpieces in approx. 21 minutes – including cooling.
Full virucidal efficacy: Reprocessing with DAC Universal S
The sterilization of DAC Universal S is not only bactericidal, mycobactericidal and fungicide but also fully virucidal. Proven full virucidal1 efficacy. Efficacy spectrum with relevant examples:
|virucidal||HPV, HBV, HCV, HIV, SARS-CoV 2, influenza, adenoviruses, noroviruses|