MTS provides Dental Air Compressor installations and system sales. In addition to helping you decide what the right type of compressor for your facility will be, we’ll also help you with blue printing, ordering copper pipe and equipment, and ensure that your installation is certified to meet NFPA codes and standards.
From large to small, we carry all sizes of dental vacuum pumps, and we can even help you decide what vacuum pump will be best for your facility. If you just need the installation, we can assist with that as well.
All dental facilities that provide compressed medical air and medical gases is required to receive annual inspections on their gas delivery systems. We provide a simple and automated inspection service once annually, and can even conduct maintenance inspections and provide emergency inspections.
Dental Flowmeters can be expensive to replace, fixing them is a great alternative that will always save you money. Getting you’re flowmeters repaired is as simple as printing off our packing slip and mailing them directly to us with a CC Authorization form. See the link below for more details.
Complete Dental Air and Vacuum System Installations
Our Services Include:
Identifying System Requirements
Construction and Blueprinting assistance
Equipment sourcing and value engineering
Wholesale purchasing of equipment and materials
Installation performed by ASSE 6010 Certified Installers
Copper pipe brazed by ASME IX certified Brazers
On-site ASSE 6030 Verifier to supervise installations
An ASSE 6030 Verifier to certify/verify the new installation
*ASSE 6010 Medical Gas Installers are required by law to perform the installations of dental gas systems.
Dental Air Compressor and Dental Gas Installations
Everything you Need:
MTS works with facility directors and dentists to provide streamlined dental gas installations. Our services include drafting blueprints, identifying system requirements, shopping for and ordering the equipment you need at wholesale prices, and certifying the completed installation per NFPA guidelines.
Dental Gas Installer Requirements:
Per NFPA guidelines, dental gas installations must be performed by ASSE 6010 Medical Gas Installers, and ASME IX Brazers if copper pipe is involved
Our Dental Gas Installers:
Our dental gas installation team can handle everything from plumbing 100 bed dental facilities, to installing small vacuum pumps in single room facilities. Upon completion of your new dental gas installation, MTS will provide you with a Medical Gas Verification. These verifications are required per NFPAguidelines and must be conducted on all new downstream pipelines and equipment within the gas delivery system.
Ordering the Equipment:
We provide wholesale distribution through every major medical gas manufacturer spec’d for your project, so all installations contracted through MTS come with discounted prices on equipment. During the planning and blueprinting phase we’ll be able to tell you everything you need, how long it takes to be delivered, what the cost will be, and what it costs to install and verify the project.
Dental Air and Vacuum System Maintenance
Belt Inspections – Scroll compressor belts wear out over time and it is suggested to replace them annually to ensure there are no unexpected tears during regular use. Belts should, however, be checked for this wear on a quarterly basis. Ensuring proper tension is the best way to avoid fraying and belt wear over time.
Analyzing Alarm Readings – Alarm readings will tell whether or not there are temperature issues with the pump, in these cases bearings, O-rings, and seals will be replaced.
Overload – Check the conditions of overload on both vacuum pumps and compressors by checking amp readings once a quarter. Proper function of overloads is also tested by manually tripping the overloads.
Valves– Poppet valves, plate valves, and ring valves should be replaced annually
Oil Compressors – Oil-flooded compressors need to have oil changed every 6 months at least, depending on use.
Best Practices for Safety and Maintenance
Check C02 monitor every day (Critical).
Check Dewpoint reading on dryers (Critical).
Check Air filter every week.
Check oil-levels on reciprocating systems every day.
Check pressure readings once a week.
Check to make sure dryer tanks are releasing excess moisture.
Vacuum Pump Maintenance:
Check air filters everyday.
Check oil level once a day.
Check oil color, it should not be to dark.
Check gauges on the exhaust filter daily, green is good, red is bad.
Change exhaust air filter every 6 months.
Check the conditions of overload on both vacuum and compressors.
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