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DIN EN ISO 14457

Dentistry - Handpieces and motors (ISO 14457:2012)

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Organization: DIN
Publication Date: 1 April 2013
Status: inactive
Page Count: 31
ICS Code (Dental instruments): 11.060.25
scope:

This International Standard is applicable to handpieces and motors used in dentistry for patient contact, regardless of their construction. It specifies requirements, test methods, manufacturer's information, marking and packaging.

This International Standard is applicable to:

a) straight and geared-angle handpieces, including handpiece attachments;

b) high-speed air turbine handpieces;

c) air motors;

d) electrical motors;

e) prophy handpieces.

This International Standard is not applicable to:

1) intraoral camera handpieces;

2) powered polymerization handpieces;

3) air-powered scalers;

4) electrical powered scalers;

5) air-powder polishing handpieces;

6) multifunction handpieces (syringes).

NOTE See Annex A for clarification of the handpieces, attachments and motor types covered by this International Standard.

Document History

March 1, 2018
Dentistry - Handpieces and motors (ISO 14457:2017)
This document specifies requirements and test methods for handpieces and motors used in dentistry for treatment of patients and having patient contact, regardless of their construction. It also...
May 1, 2016
Dentistry - Handpieces and motors (ISO/DIS 14457:2016); German and English version prEN ISO 14457:2016
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DIN EN ISO 14457
April 1, 2013
Dentistry - Handpieces and motors (ISO 14457:2012)
This International Standard is applicable to handpieces and motors used in dentistry for patient contact, regardless of their construction. It specifies requirements, test methods, manufacturer's...

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