Bien-Air’s PM 1:2 Impaction Drill. Unfaltering Precision for Enduring Performance.
A best seller in oral maxillofacial surgery, the PM 1:2 is the epitome of what Bien-Air’s Swiss precision brings to uncompromised quality and reliability. Newly improved infection control features position this straight handpiece at the forefront of patient safety and, in turn, afford it with significantly prolonged service life. With Bien-Air’s PM 1:2, confidently dispose of all uncertainties and get ready to outperform yourself.
Safe and Durable.
Aside from its primary function of thoroughly cooling the operative field, the PM 1:2’s external irrigation system – with sterile disposable tubing – complies with the highest hygiene standards in oral surgery. Complemented with a new single-use bur guard preventing fluid infiltration in both the shank and the motor, the risk of overheating and premature handpiece failure is significantly minimized.
Practical and Ergonomic.
The optimal diameter and height of the PM 1:2’s promotes near unobstructed intraoral visibility and makes for a less invasive approach to extract impacted molars.
Fast and Reliable.
When used with Bien-Air’s prize-winning line of micromotors, the PM 1:2 allows for shorter procedure times, reduced discomfort for patients, and higher practice productivity. The most advanced engineering techniques, skilled company know-how, and up to 2 years of warranty put in your hands the first-class dependability our competitors have been trying to replicate for over 50 years.
Use the PM 1:2 handpiece with Bien-Air’s revolutionary iChiropro system to enjoy greater power control, pre-programmed operating sequences, multi-user settings, and patient data storage.
The high rotational speed reduces cutting time by 70 % (12 seconds to completely sec- tion a tooth), while significantly reducing the force required.
Bur guard Technology
The PM 1:2 is also equipped with a bur guard preventing fluid infiltration in both the handpiece and the motor. The risk of overheating and premature handpiece failure is significantly minimized.