DENTAL PRACTICE VENTILATION


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The Faculty of General Dentist Practice has new recommendations for mechanical ventilation in Dental Practices.
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Given the recent publication by the FGDP (Faculty of General Dentist Practice) of a practical guide for the “implications of COVID-19 for the safe management of general dental practice” and its recommendations regarding mechanical ventilation of your dental practice, please feel free to contact ACS London for a quotation for your requirements.

We have many years of experience in the design and installation of ventilation systems and we would be happy to provide you with a system that gives you and anyone working or visiting your Dental Practice peace of mind during these worrying times.

The level of filtration that these units can offer range from G1 (Pollen, Dust Mites, Sanding Dust, Spray Paint dust) up to F9 (All bacteria, Most Smoke, pharmaceutical applications) and everything in between.

These classifications are based on the European standard for air filters (EN779:2012)

A MVHR unit operates by simply removing stale air from a space and replacing it with fresh, filtered air from outside at a pre-determined rate, which in the case of dentist surgeries has been recommended as 6 changes per hour. (ACH)

Our range of MVHR units are drawn from a wide range of manufacturers to ensure that we find the perfect match for your ventilation requirements

It is likely that other governing or industry bodies will issue similar guidelines with regards to ventilation  across many different sectors as we make our way out of the current crisis. So, if you have an existing system that you need to ensure is working correctly, or require a quotation for a system suited to your needs, we have a solution for you.

We at ACS London are here to provide you with all the information you need in order to ensure your place of work is as safe as it can be for all those working at or visiting your Dental Practice.


Contact us today to see how we can help.