Chairside Aerosol Suction

Prevent airborne contamination

Reducing The Risk of Infection

Bring peace of mind to doctors, staff, and most importantly to patients

The Covid-19 pandemic has put a focus on air quality in all aspects of our lives, but even more so for the dentists and hygienists around the country. Many contaminants are aerosolized (saliva, bacteria, and viruses) during dental procedures such as crown preparations, sectioning teeth, and especially when using ultrasonic scalers.

Capturing aerosol directly from the patient's mouth is the most effective way to break the chain of infection

CAS-100

Strongest Specs on The Market

One of the strongest air pressure and air flow on the market, the CAS-100 is the most effective way to reduce the amount of aerosols and particles in your office.

  • Power Consumption

    1,500W

  • Motor Capacity

    1,280W

  • Input Rate

    120V, 50/60Hz

  • Suction Power (Air Pressure)

    ~ 22.5Kpa

  • Max air flow

    137CFM (3,900l/m)

  • Noise (decibel)

    69 (lvl 12)

  • Unit Dimension (in)

    10.6 (W) * 11.4 (D) * 29.5 (H)

  • Filtration

    3 Layers (HEPA H13)

* UVC & Plasma Sterilization inside

Extremely Strong Air Pressure (upto 22.5Kpa)

Why you need strong Air Pressure?

In reference to suction/vacuum devices, air pressure is the strength to pull in objects that are in close proximity. Vacuum motor strength alone is not sufficient to pull in objects that are farther away, air pressure is also a key component in the pulling strength.

Incredibly High Air Flow (137CFM, 3900l/min)

What is Air Flow and why is this important?

Airflow is the most important measurement when choosing a suction unit. The suction motors with greater capacity of airflow have the power to pull in particles that are farther away. Aerosols are light in mass, therefore, the quality and strength of aerosol suction machines are based on their ability to pull in aerosols that are farther away than those that are closer in distance.

UVC + Plasma

UVC light to disinfect the HEPA filter and a plasma to kill any remaining germs and bacteria in the exhaust air

Proven Technology in High Standard Markets

With over 10,000 units sold in South Korea and Japan since 2016, the most trusted product in the market with proven track records

Why Extraoral Suction?

Airborne contamination in the operating room

Studies show that the number or aerosol particles (1 micron size) released into a dental operatory can increase up to 158 times after crown preparation.

- Japanese Journal 医機学 VoL. 84

Reducing the particles with an extraoral suction

Utilizing an extraoral suction with an intraoral suction has been shown to further reduce the number of particles to levels before the crown preparation and significantly reduced compared to using an intraoral suction alone.

- Japanese Journal 医機学 VoL. 84

Intraoral suction only

Extraoral suction with Intraoral suction

- Shikai Tenbo 歯界展望 (Dental Outlook) Vol. 115 No.6

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HEPA Filter

The True HEPA filter removes 99.97% of particles at the 0.3 micron size or higher. While the Covid-19 virus is 0.125 micron, it travels on water vapor particles ranging from 0.5 micron to 3micron. This is why HEPA air filters are able to effectively capture much of the microbes within the aerosol particles. Due to the particles being less than 0.3 micron in size, a small number of particles may bypass the filter; however, a portion of those will be trapped due to the magnetic effect of the HEPA fibers. Interestingly, a study by NASA scientists found that HEPA filters were able to capture particles at the 0.1 micron size.


You can view the study here: NASA HEPA Study

Ultimately, HEPA filters are designed to capture microbes such as bacteria and viruses and are recommended for viral capture by the CDC.

The CAS 100’s large air flow volume, strong air pressure, and powerful motor work together to provide you with the best chairside aerosol suction unit on the market.

CAS-100 Manual

You can download the manual here: CAS-100 Manual