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Low Noise Level Drill

Discussion in 'Practice Management' started by Bambam, Feb 23, 2015.

  1. Bambam

    Bambam Member


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    Hi Everyone,

    At the moment I am researching nail drills but ideally want one that has low noise levels. Is there such a thing? I've been told the Berchtold PS40 is relatively quiet.

    I'm also unsure about water spray or dust extraction. I've read that water spray drills are only meant for skin, however not sure how credible this is. I will continue on my quest, but if anyone has any advice, it would be gratefully recieved.

    Thanks

    Sam
     
  2. MJJ

    MJJ Active Member

    Spray drills work just fine on nails and from my experience are much quieter than dust extraction, at least with the ones I've used.
     
  3. Bambam

    Bambam Member

    Thanks MJJ. I think thats the way Im going to go. Now Im between the Berchtold S50 and the Bentlon Silver! Ohhhh decisions!
     
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