Air Techniques Announces New Amalgam Separator and A One-Of-A-Kind Experience at the Chicago Midwinter Meeting
MELVILLE, New York — (February 19, 2020) — Air Techniques, Inc., a leading innovator and manufacturer of dental equipment will be introducing a new amalgam system, Acadia Plus, and the first-ever dental kaleidoscope at the Chicago Midwinter Meeting. The new Acadia Plus will be on display at the Air Techniques booth, #1425, and attendees will get to try the kaleidoscope firsthand.
Acadia Plus offers a new look from the current Acadia Amalgam Separator and supports double the capacity. Available in a single, conveniently sized model, Acadia supports up to 10 operatories and works in-line with ANY dental evacuation system. Engineered by the industry leader in utility room products, Acadia Plus has been designed to meet the requirements of ISO 11143. This smartly designed system is an effective and eco-friendly choice for removing amalgam and other hard metals from office wastewater.
Along with being among the first to see this new product, attendees of the Chicago Midwinter Meeting will get to experience the first dental kaleidoscope engineered entirely from dental product parts. Air Techniques elite engineering team has collaborated with Sales & Marketing to create a unique experience in line with the meetings overall theme. In addition to trying the fully working kaleidoscope, participants will have the chance to find a mystery phrase hidden within the design for a chance to win a $100 gift card. Air Techniques is doubling attendees’ chances by inviting them to register before the show by visiting the company’s kaleidoscope webpage.
Visit Air Techniques at the Chicago Midwinter Meeting, booth # 1425, for a one-of-a-kind experience. Air Techniques’ robust product portfolio of utility systems, digital imaging, and merchandise, are capable of equipping the smallest practice to the largest university or hospital. Consistently, Air Techniques remains the leading and largest manufacturer of dental air compressors and vacuum systems in North America.