An effective, automated process for cleaning dentures etc. can bring high time savings compared to manual methods – SYMPRO makes this possible. The manufacturer Renfert has now announced the redesign of this system in view of the increased QM requirements for dental offices. All the relevant components (unit, accessories and cleaning liquids) have been adapted to meet the requirements of the MDR. The range of applications has been expanded and the range of fluids supplemented with a powder under the new product name help:ex.
According to the Medical Device Regulation (MDR), products that are not medical devices themselves but are used, for example, to clean medical devices, are also defined as medical devices. SYMPRO and the associated cleaning liquids fully comply with the relevant regulations and have much more to offer besides. For example, the field of application of the compact SYMPRO high-performance cleaning unit now includes orthodontic appliances in addition to dentures, occlusal splints and other dental restorations. The ready-to-use cleaning liquids SYMPROfluid Universal and Nicoclean are now available in proven quality under the new names help:ex plaque f (plaque and tartar) and help:ex discolor f (nicotine / tar stains). As an alternative, the new help:ex plaque p powder can be used for plaque and tartar in a practical portion sachet – Unique: a neutralizer for easy disposal is included. The temporary cement remover temp:ex can be used in the SYMPRO to dissolve residues of temporary cements based on zinc oxide safely, quickly and gently.
True to the motto "making work easy", the new version of the Renfert cleaning system stands for cleaning processes that are both efficient and effective. The basis for this is the high performance of the SYMPRO needle cleaning device and the well thought-out selection of help:ex and temp:ex cleaning liquids specially adapted to different types of staining – and all of this in complete compliance with the MDR.
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