New fossil free aspirator tubes manufactured from renewable resources
As a leading manufacturer of salvia ejectors and aspiration tubes, Orsing considers environmental sustainability to be of great importance. Manufacturers of products can make a difference regarding global warming caused by greenhouse gases. By using sugar cane based polyethylene Orsing reduces the level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. We help saving our planet for future generations.
Hygovac Bio is a range of aspirator tubes made of renewable resources, developed to save and reduce the use of fossil resources and the level of greenhouse gas emissions. Taking the necessary steps towards a more sustainable future it is important that future plastic materials are made from renewable raw materials as well as resource efficient, recyclable and safe from both a health and environmental aspect.
Hygovac Bio comes in two new sizes, providing an opportunity to broaden the application of use. The aspirator tubes still have the same diameter and provides the same suction as previous Hygovac products. The shorter version is 95 mm and provides the option to choose the right length for each specific treatment. It is ideal for hygienists and will give an easier access when working without assistance.
Besides the new Hygovac Bio the Hygovac range of aspirator tubes consists of Hygovac and the ventilated Hygovac Vent. The dual tips, with one traditional 45° end and one S-shaped, give the freedom of choice and increased patient comfort.With the new sizes, less material is used producing the product.
Length: Hygovac Bio 120 mm and Hygovac Bio short 95 mm.
Manufactured in bio-based polyethylene (PE)
Carton of 10 x 100 pcs
Prod No: B1000 Hygovac Bio, white
Prod No: B1000LG Hygovac Bio, lime green
Prod No: BS1000 Hygovac Bio short, white
Prod No: BS1000LG Hygovac Bio short, lime green
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