Proper lighting in a dental room is a very important ergonomic factor. It makes the work easier for the staff. The visual accuracy increases and minor details can easily be perceived. In addition, it prevents stress and eye- fatigue. To create the right lighting needs, the vet surgery lamp must give at least 20,000 lux around the animal’s mouth with a surrounding lighting of 5000 lux.
If the operatory light is the only light in the operating room, staff’s eyes will soon be quickly exhausted because the eyes have to constantly adapt to different lighting. Glare occurs when the staff directs the eye from the brightly lit oral cavity to the tray to take an instrument and back toward the mouth. The eyes cannot adjust quickly enough to the bright light from the operatory light.
ACESSIA NOBLE LIGHT LED 200 ID
Precision work in a vet clinic requires high intensity lighting to achieve correct colouring and accuracy. Our lights are equipped with a protecting film to facilitate cleaning and prevent loss of intensity due to dust and dirt. They also have touchfree on/off sensor for best hygiene.
• Installed for correct relationship between operating light and the field of operation; 1:4. • Reflectors of aluminium for maximum luminous efficiency. • Low-energy LED, average life of more than 50,000 hours. • Excellent colour rendering - LED 6000-6500K RA >82. • The shape of the glare shield is of paramount importance. Having flat surfaces on top of the louvre means light is absorbed by up to 30 %. Noble Light’s glare shield provides the optimum luminous efficiency through its optical shape.
ACCESIA OPERATING LAMP
LED source which means long lasting life with very low heat, bright light and silent (no fan).
• Floor, ceiling or wall fixation • Removable handles • ”Shadow-removing effect” • 170*85mm spotlight • Built-in system to contain the same colour temperature regardless the brightness (3.000-35.000 lux)
LOUPES ARE OF SIGNIFICANT ERGONOMIC IMPORTANCE
A good pair of loupes are raising staffs’ productivity, the level of excellence, confidence and enhance the operational working posture by maintaining a set focal range. The prevalence of neck pain among dentists hovers around 70% as a result of working with a forward head posture over 30°. To prevent this, loupes with correct working distance and size will allow the clinician to work with a minimal forward head posture.
It is important that ergonomic guidelines are considered when selecting loupes. The two most important ergonomic factors to consider when purchasing loupes are working distance and frame size/shape. Accesia can supply a pair of loupes adapted to your own correct posture. An investment of great value for the quality of your work and prevention of forward head movement and painful muscle imbalances.
• Comfortable design • Ergonomic frame for an optimal weight distribution • High quality optics • Integrated side protection • Front mounted metal frame for fixed position of optics • Adjustable nose support • We adapt your Techne RX to your exact measurements • Engraved name
EOS NEXT features cutting-edge illumination technology, high illuminated spot quality and extended battery life at maximum intensity. Moreover, a dedicated app as an extra command of basic controls, automatic firmware updates and the international recognition for Univet design.
• Color temperature: 5700 K • Brightness: 50000 lux • Battery life: 9h at max brightness • Headlight weight: 25 g
LED HEADLIGHT EOS 2.0
The low weight of the EOS 2.0, along with the lamp's optimal colour rendering, ensure great comfort throughout your workday. The lamp is connected to the charger, which indicates battery strength. Available with magnetic mount.
Color temperature: 5500 K Brightness: 35000 lux Battery life: 8h at max brightness Headlight weight: 11 g