Air Techniques Donates to the University of Puerto Rico School of Dental Medicine
MELVILLE, New York — (October 17, 2017) — Air Techniques, Inc., a leading innovator and manufacturer of dental equipment, has donated several boxes of their Monarch brand of Hand Sanitizer to the University of Puerto Rico School of Dental Medicine and the people it serves.
The supply of Monarch hand sanitizers was shipped to the university per the request of the American Dental Education Association (ADEA) Corporate Council. ADEA is coordinating UPS shipments to the university to ensure proper delivery.
Monarch, Air Techniques’ brand of infection prevention products is a complete line of environmentally conscious, color-coded products for dental professionals. The line includes surface disinfectants and cleaners, instrument cleaners, skin and hands, and equipment cleaners.
“We are glad to help those recovering from the devastating effects of the recent hurricane,” said Nicole Miller, Air Techniques Product Manager of Hygiene. “Air Techniques is committed to playing an active role within the dental community.”
Air Techniques offers a comprehensive line of infection control products, as well as an entire line of digital imaging products, and is the leading dental manufacturer of dental vacuums and air compressors systems in North America. Air Techniques distributes their products globally through a large network of dealers.