Miele Cube and Cube X small sterilizers on display at company’s booth in Cologne, along with System4Dent portfolio.
Dental manufacturer Miele is showcasing its line of sterilizers and instrument cleaners at the IDS this week in Cologne, Germany.
Alongside thermal disinfectors and small sterilizers, air purifiers, washing machines and dishwashers provide protection against viruses and bacteria, and these infection control products are on display at the Miele booth in Cologne from September 22-25.
With their new accessories, Miele thermal disinfectors can be put to universal use, even in the fields of orthodontics and implantology. For the machine-based cleaning and disinfection of multi-function syringes, the company offers matching adapters which guarantee the secure positioning of cannula from a variety of brands in upper and lower baskets.
Additionally, a new insert has been developed which considerably increases the capacity for trays and cartridges–an aspect which simplifies the reprocessing of surgical instruments. All holders can, if required, be inclined to now take 12 trays in the lower basket–twice as many as previously.
If phobic patients have to be treated with laughing gas, the reprocessing of double hoses and masks represents an additional challenge. Early next year Miele will be offering a space-saving solution: A new holder which can hold up to 2 hoses with a capacity that can even be increased to 5. A matching mesh tray is available for reprocessable patients' masks.
Two years after their market launch, the 4 small Miele Cube and Cube X sterilizers offer even greater user convenience by simplifying the reprocessing of instruments in dental practices: these include a new and flexible holder which for the first time accommodates containers and cartridges with a maximum height of 70 mm. Practices which combine the use of a Cube or Cube X unit with a Miele thermal disinfector and hence require considerably more demineralized water now see their needs met fast in the form of Miele full demineralization cartridges.
The company has also developed an app by the name of DataDiary for the wireless transmission of reprocessing data from up to 9 sterilizers. The most recent updated version is available for Android and iOS.
Everywhere in dental practices, Miele machines can reduce the risk of contracting an infection by preventing the spread of viruses and bacteria. Wherever frequent and thorough ventilation is not sufficient, the 3 mobile Miele AirControl air purifiers provide effective assistance: With an air throughput capacity of up to 3,000 cubic meters of air per hour, they are able to replace the entire air in a room 6 times an hour, while at the same time filtering the air as it passes, according to the manufacturer.
A five-stage filtration system which includes a high-performance HEPA H14 particulate filter, captures even the minutest of particles and renders more than 99.995% of all air-borne particles, viruses, bacteria and fungal spores innocuous.
With the company’s System4Dent, a Miele Professional can offer an innovative complete system for the safe and efficient instrument reprocessing in dentists' practices. Based on many years of experience and in close consultation with experts in the field, System4Dent offers a system solution which can be divided into key steps such as cleaning, disinfection, sterilizing, chemical processing, and the highest service quality.