Replacing Separate Water Lines, Filtrine Bottle Filling Stations Are Installed Next to Dental Chairs
Canadian Dental School
Some dental schools use large bottles attached to each chair as a source of water for rinsing, as opposed to every dental chair set up with separable water lines. This idea is efficient and cost effective, and enables the chairs’ water lines to be sanitized regularly. Unfortunately, since the typical dental chair water bottle is larger than the average water bottle, it is awkward to refill it in a standard sink. The dental school in Ontario, Canada wanted to try a new approach and reached out to Filtrine.
Filtrine found a way to assist the field of dentistry education. Recognizing the problem, Filtrine modified the design of their popular bottle filling station. This unit was specially designed to conform to the dental chair bottles and fill them quickly and easily with purified water. As a result, the school is utilizing an on-wall Filtrine Model B103 water bottle filling station mounted conveniently near the dental chair.
Space being primary concern in dental office design, the area also serves as workstation, but maintains an attractive and inviting aesthetic. The discrete location and attractive lines of the Model B103 bottle filling station is the perfect blend of form and function.
Filtrine Equipment Used:
Model B103-OW with special dimensions, surface mounted and soft-touch activated bottle filler
For more information, contact your local drinking water sales representative.