Portable Dental Unit
(For veterinary)


  • · 3-Way Syringe (Water & Air)
  • · Electric Dental Handpiece Motor (Jane No. 15-1009)
    *Electric Handpiece Additional Option
  • · Electric medical plaque remover (No. 05-939)
  • · Footswitch
  • · Suction machine & suction bottle (400 ml)
    *External suction bottle 10 L additional option
  • · Water supply bottle (500 ml)

Additional option – Electronic handpiece

T2 Line A200L

  • 1:5 increase angle
  • Standard Preparation (Appropriate for creating indentation and crowns)
  • Color coding: Red
  • Maximum motor/operation speed (rpm): 40000/200000
  • Clamping type: FG
  • Illumination equipment
  • Internal spray (cooling water) equipment

Straight and contra-angle handpieces-unique in every class
Whether you use high- or low-speed handpiece,
you can achieve the best results in any surgery.

Turbines-very powerful yet very qyiet
The high-speed handpiece can be used in all clinical procedures.
It can be completely controlled with regard to its maximum output during surgery. Furthermore, it is quieter than any previous handpieces.

Additional Options – 10L External suction canister

  • Portable
  • Lightweight
  • Sufficient capacity

Connect to the suction container (400㎖) and automatically save up to 10L.
Continuous surgery for long periods is possible
without a surgical assistant.


Division Contents
Dimension 370(W)×220(D)×570(H)
Weight 18Kg
Voltage 220VAC 50/60HZ 200W
Electric Micromotor ELEC 2 Mini Electric Motor
RPM : min. 100 rpm (20:1 reduction angle)
to max. 200,000 rpm (1:5 increasing angle)
LED lamp : 33,000 lux
Pressure up to micromotor's tubing Over 2 kgf/cm2 of operating pressure up to the handpiece tubing of the micromotor
Ultrasonic IJCAler Output range: 24–32 KHz
Water supply pressure : 1-3 bar
Syringe Over 2 kgf/cm2 of continuous operating pressure (tolerance: ±20%)
Water flux : 1 L per minute within ±20%
Suction flux Sucks 100 ml of distilled water within 60 seconds (tolerance: ±20%)
Suction pressure Maximum vacuum -0.7 bar (tolerance: ±20%)
Noise 70 dB or below

Video guide