HOW DO MCX BRUSHLESS MICROMOTOR WORK?
- Like any other electric micromotor, brushless micromotors consist of a rotor and a stator.
- Unlike the brush micromotor, the rotor consists of a permanent magnet, while the coils are mounted to the stator.
- The mechanical switching function, implemented by the brush and collector combination in a carbon brush-type micromotor, is replaced by a sophisticated electronic drive that became possible only with the development of high-speed and powerful microprocessors.
- The electronic drive creates a rotating electric field in the stator that interacts with the permanent magnet.
- Bien-Air's new generation Micro-Series models ally innovation with compact design, resulting in improved power and maneuverability.
- Up to 30 percent shorter and 23 percent lighter than traditional models, they have an easy grasp that allows for optimal work comfort with less strain on the hand, arm, and shoulder. A Bien-Air electric micromotor reduces noise levels by 2 compared to an air turbine.
- This greatly decreases patient anxiety and discomfort and allows the dentist to work more efficiently.
- It also vibrates considerably less.
- This offers greater cutting precision and a smoother finish.