* Multiflex® is a registered trade mark of Kaltenbach & Voigt GmbH, Germany
** also with other coupling versions available
*** Contra-angle handpieces of the Synea Vision Short Edition can be used on micromotors with an ISO coupling length of 23 mm or less
Plug and Go – Electric power for the dental air unit
As a tabletop model, the brushless electric motor
is ready for immediate use as there is no need to modify or interfere with the dental control unit.
The tabletop control is easily connected to the turbine supply hose and is ready to use immediately. Power is supplied via an
external power pack.
Your advantages at a glance
- Motor fully sterilizable
- Light weight
- Exceptionally powerful
- Brushless – therefore maintenance-free
- Long life
- Lifetime bearing lubrication
- Wide range of applications
Electric Motor EM-E6
The motor is brushless and is provided with lifetime bearing lubrication and is therefore maintenance-free.
It is durable and robust.
Internal spray, forward/reverse operation,
W&H screw coupling
Instructions for use
Find all languages of the Update Hygiene and Maintenance (EN ISO 17664:2017) in the Download Centre.
Electric Motor EM-E6 Spray: Internal Hose-side coupling: W&H screw coupling Coupling instrument: ISO 3964 (DIN 13.940) Speed range: 2,000 – 40,000 rpm Maximum power: 55 W Torque: 3 Ncm Coolant air: 6–8 Nl/min Direction of rotation: Forward/reverse operation Weight: 64 g Guarantee: 24 months Length without ISO connection: 38.6 mm Tabletop control unit EM-E6 TP Weight: 445 g Dimensions (L x W x H): 146 x 99 x 59 mm Motors that can be used: EM-E6 Guarantee: 12 months Power pack voltage/frequency: 100–240 V, 50–60 Hz
Reports and studies (Restoration & Prosthetics)
User Report Dr. Grant Dean - Primea Advanced Air
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Paediatric dentistry: Optimal view in the mouths of small patients
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