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Saliva Ejector TM

 

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  1. Video of the Safe-Flo Saliva Ejector in Action
  2. Product Overview Video - Duration is 5 minutes
  3. Safe-Flo Saliva Ejector Pictures and Details


The Safe-Flo TM Saliva Ejector is made up of a flexible aspirator tip and a one-way check valve.  When the On/Off vacuum switch is opened, the vacuum system sucks air through the check valve and the aspirator tip.  The check valve opens in the direction of air and fluid flow.  Once the suction is stopped or blocked, the check valve closes and stops air and fluid from returning to the saliva ejector or the patient.





The Safe-Flo TM SE Valve is a one-way check valve.  The user inserts a standard saliva ejector into the end of the Safe-Flo TM SE valve.  When the On/Off vacuum switch is opened, the vacuum system sucks air through the check valve and the aspirator tip.  The check valve opens in the direction of air and fluid flow.  Once the suction is stopped or blocked, the check valve closes and stops air and fluid from returning to the aspirator tip or the patient.       
The Safe-Flo TM HV Valve is a one-way check valve.  The user inserts a standard high volume saliva ejector into the end of the Safe-Flo TM HV Valve.  When the On/Off vacuum switch is opened, the vacuum system sucks air through the check valve and the aspirator tip.  The check valve opens in the direction of air and fluid flow.  Once the suction is stopped or blocked, the check valve closes and stops air and fluid from returning to the saliva ejector or the patient.      
The Safe-Flo TM Adapter is used to convert the high volume suction line to a size that accepts a saliva ejector.  This is beneficial when an ultrasonic scaler is being used.  It also allows an assistant to use one of the extra high volume suction lines to help the dentist when the low volume suction is being used with a set in place suction system.

When the On/Off vacuum switch is opened, the vacuum system sucks air through the check valve and the aspirator tip.  The check valve opens in the direction of air and fluid flow.  Once the suction is stopped or blocked, the check valve closes and stops air and fluid from returning to the saliva ejector or the patient.

 

Cross Section view of the Safe-Flo Saliva Ejector

 

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Why take any risk regarding backflow and cross-contamination?

The Safe-Flo Saliva Ejector TM  is a low cost elegant solution that manages the risk and puts you at ease.