Heka Dental releases new version of 3D-files for UnicLine AeroSuction.

Under the slogan ”Together, we can help each other”, Heka Dental has released updated 3D drawings of our new UnicLine AeroSuction device, which has been designed to minimize aerosols in connection with dental treatment in the practice.

UnicLine AeroSuction simply connects to the existing suction hose on the dental unit, and creates suction around the patient’s mouth, aiming to minimize aerosols that arise during treatment*.

UnicLine Aerosuction has a perforated inner circle that, through connection to the clinic’s own suction, creates a vacuum in the area around the patient’s mouth. This reduces the aerosol.

Heka Dental wishes to contribute to the safest possible treatment of patients in the current situation and have therefore decided to release the design to everyone in order to make UnicLine AeroSuction widely available as fast as possible.

In order for the most people to gain advantage from it, UnicLine AeroSuction is available both in a version specifically tailored to Heka Dental’s UnicLine and UNIC dental units, and in a generic version that should fit most other brands on the market.

UnicLine AeroSuction can be easily printed via a 3D printer and connected to the clinic’s normal patient suction, either directly or via a suction hose splitter and an extra suction hose.

The required STL 3D files will be sent by clicking the following link and filling in the form:

UnicLine AeroSuction

If you are already registered you can download the new version here: Download new version

We will normally send you the 3D printer files by e-mail within 1-2 working days. Since the e-mail contains files, some e-mail programs and/or Firewalls could consider it unwanted mail. Please check your unwanted mail folder or Firewall if you have not received the files within two working days.

If you have not received the files you can contact us on [email protected], so we can find an alternative method of sending you the files.

* UnicLine AeroSuction is not in itself approved as a protective agent and does not replace the need for face masks / visors and other recommended protective equipment. We also point out that there is no evidence that UnicLine AeroSuction prevents or reduces the spread of infection. The product has not been subjected to clinical tests or studies.