Replacement Rotor Turbines

Dental Turbine Replacement Parts for Kavo 6000B

Dental turbines stand as a crucial instrument in the arsenal of modern dental practices. In this article, we will delve into the intricate details of the components that constitute the Kavo GENTLEforce® 6000B  dental turbine, a device that seamlessly blends advanced technology and precision to enhance the efficiency and practicality of dental procedures.

Replacement Rotors

The replacement rotor turbine is a key component of the high-speed dental turbine, responsible for driving the rotation of the bur at speeds of up to 400,000 rotations per minute. This part is replaceable and plays a crucial role in maintaining the turbine’s functionality over time. The precision-engineered rotor plays a vital role in the overall performance of the turbine.

If you are searching original code part number Kavo GENTLEforce® 6000 / 6000B here is manufacture original part number code 1.001.3888

Its seamless rotation ensures the smooth execution of dental procedures. It is essential to have quality replacement rotors assembled with German ceramic bearings, offering a long lifespan, comfort, and precision. Rotors assembled with German Ceramic Bearings from MYONIC provide comfort as they are silent, benefiting both the dentist and the patients.

Buy a premium-quality rotor for Kavo 6000B here with a warranty of up to 12 months, assembled with MYONIC (original Kavo bearings).

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Press Buttons (Back Caps)

Push Button in Dental High-Speed Turbines In the realm of dental instrumentation, the push button stands out as a crucial component in high-speed turbines, significantly enhancing the efficiency and ease of various dental procedures. Let’s delve into the multifaceted functions of the push button, especially its pivotal role in simplifying the insertion and extraction of burs—a feature that brings both comfort and speed to the interchangeability of different bur types during dental workflows.

Effortless Bur Insertion and Extraction: At the core of the push button’s functionality is its role in streamlining the process of bur insertion and extraction. By simply engaging the push button, dentists can swiftly load and unload burs with minimal effort. This seamless interchangeability is invaluable in dynamic dental environments, where different procedures necessitate a rapid change of burs.

Speedy Interchangeability for Diverse Treatments: The push button’s role in facilitating the quick interchangeability of burs allows dental professionals to adapt rapidly to the unique requirements of different treatments. Whether switching between cutting, polishing, or other dental procedures, the push button enables a seamless transition, ultimately saving valuable time and enhancing overall workflow efficiency. Buy a compatible press button for Kavo GENTLEforce® 6000/6000B, Original Part Number 1.000.2076/1.000.4770.

O-Rings

O-rings, acting as seals, ensure the airtight integrity of the turbine. Strategically positioned, they prevent air leaks, safeguarding the turbine’s performance by maintaining a consistent airflow and steady rotation of the bur, minimizing movement and contributing to the precise workflow of the dentist with the dental instrument.

O-rings in a dental turbine, as spare parts, serve important functions related to sealing and maintaining the integrity of the turbine assembly. Here are the key functions of O-rings in a dental turbine:

  1. Airtight Sealing: O-rings are designed to create a secure and airtight seal between different components of the dental turbine. This sealing function is crucial to prevent air leaks within the turbine system.
  2. Protecting Against Contaminants: O-rings help protect the internal components of the turbine from contaminants such as dust, debris, and fluids. By creating a seal, they minimize the risk of foreign particles entering critical areas of the turbine, which could otherwise affect its performance.
  3. Maintaining Airflow: In a dental turbine, maintaining a consistent and controlled airflow is essential for its proper function. O-rings play a role in ensuring that the air flows through the turbine system as intended, contributing to the efficiency of the device.
  4. Preventing Lubricant Leakage: Dental turbines often use lubricants to facilitate smooth rotation of moving parts. O-rings help prevent the leakage of lubricants, ensuring that the right amount is retained within the turbine to reduce friction and wear.
  5. Reducing Vibration and Noise: Properly sealed O-rings contribute to the reduction of vibration and noise during the operation of the dental turbine. This is particularly important for enhancing the comfort of both the dentist and the patient.
  6. Enhancing Longevity: O-rings, by providing effective seals and protection, contribute to the longevity and durability of the dental turbine. They help minimize wear and tear on internal components, ensuring a longer lifespan for the device.
  7. Enabling Smooth Rotation: O-rings play a role in facilitating smooth rotation of the turbine’s components. By reducing friction and maintaining proper alignment, they contribute to the overall performance of the device.

It’s important to note that O-rings are typically made of durable and flexible materials, such as rubber or silicone, which allows them to create effective seals while accommodating movement and changes in pressure within the turbine system. When considering O-rings as spare parts, it’s advisable to use those recommended or provided by the turbine’s manufacturer to ensure compatibility and optimal performance.

Original Part number code of original KaVo 6000B O-rings code 0.200.6172

Washers

In the context of a dental turbine, washers typically refer to small, flat, and often round components that serve various functions within the turbine assembly. These washers are commonly used as part of the bearing system, providing support and facilitating smooth movement of rotating parts. Here are some functions of washers in a dental turbine:

  1. Bearing Support: Washers are often placed between rotating components, such as the rotor and other parts of the turbine assembly. They help reduce friction and provide support to ensure proper alignment and smooth rotation.
  2. Load Distribution: Washers can distribute the load or force evenly across surfaces, preventing direct contact between different components. This helps minimize wear and tear, ensuring the longevity of the turbine.
  3. Vibration Damping: In high-speed dental turbines, minimizing vibration is crucial for both the performance of the turbine and the comfort of the dentist and patient. Washers can help dampen vibrations, contributing to a smoother operation.
  4. Alignment: Washers play a role in maintaining proper alignment between moving parts. They contribute to the overall stability of the turbine assembly, preventing misalignment that could lead to issues like friction, heat, or noise.
  5. Sealing: Some washers may also serve a sealing function, helping to prevent the entry of contaminants like dust or debris into critical parts of the turbine. This is important for maintaining the precision and functionality of the turbine over time.
  6. Adjustment: Washers may be used for fine-tuning or adjusting specific components within the turbine assembly. This can be crucial for optimizing performance and addressing any variations that may arise during operation.

It’s important to note that the specific design and placement of washers can vary between different models and manufacturers of dental turbines. When considering spare parts for dental turbines, including washers, it’s advisable to refer to the manufacturer’s guidelines and specifications to ensure compatibility and proper functioning within the turbine system.

Original Parts Number of Washers used in Kavo GENTLEforce® 6000B  are:

  • Front Wavy Washer Original Part Number: 1.003.7576
  • Rear Wavy Washer Original Part Number: 1.003.5900

Fiber Optic Rod

Fiber optic rods are a characteristic feature of many modern dental turbines. Transmitting light from the source to the bur’s tip, they ensure optimal visibility during procedures. Fiber optic rods represent a technological advancement, illuminating the working area precisely and allowing dentists to perform procedures with enhanced clarity. Due to advanced technologies in LED and their brightness, and their decreasing size, the implementation of LED technology in the head of dental turbines is becoming widespread, excluding the old style of fiber optic rods as a technology in modern high-speed handpieces.

LED and Xenon Bulbs

The lighting technology is a key element of the dental turbine. LED bulbs and xenon bulbs provide bright and clear illumination, improving visibility and enabling dentists to execute procedures with precision. The choice between LED and xenon bulbs allows for customization based on the dentist’s preferences, providing consistent and reliable lighting for diverse dental procedures.

Keeping a stock of spare parts for Kavo GENTLEforce® 6000/6000B is a proactive measure to minimize downtime, allowing dental professionals to swiftly address any unexpected issues and maintain uninterrupted workflow and minimize the cost of servicing your dental high-speed turbine.

Service / Repair Key:

The service/repair key is necessary to open the back cap of the dental turbine. It is mainly used for repair purposes and is essential for the replacement of the turbine rotor. Buying this wrench offers you the possibility to replace the replacement rotor for the Kavo 6000B dental turbine by yourself. Normally, replacing the turbine rotor is not difficult and takes up to 7 minutes, from extracting the rotor with O-rings and washers, lubricating and cleaning the head, to inserting back the O-rings, washers, and turbine rotor, making your turbine work perfectly as a complete new high-speed turbine.

O-Rings

O-rings, acting as seals, ensure the airtight integrity of the turbine. Strategically positioned, they prevent air leaks, safeguarding the turbine’s performance by maintaining a consistent airflow and steady rotation of the bur, minimizing movement and contributing to the precise workflow of the dentist with the dental instrument.

O-rings in a dental turbine, as spare parts, serve important functions related to sealing and maintaining the integrity of the turbine assembly. Here are the key functions of O-rings in a dental turbine:

  1. Airtight Sealing: O-rings are designed to create a secure and airtight seal between different components of the dental turbine. This sealing function is crucial to prevent air leaks within the turbine system.
  2. Protecting Against Contaminants: O-rings help protect the internal components of the turbine from contaminants such as dust, debris, and fluids. By creating a seal, they minimize the risk of foreign particles entering critical areas of the turbine, which could otherwise affect its performance.
  3. Maintaining Airflow: In a dental turbine, maintaining a consistent and controlled airflow is essential for its proper function. O-rings play a role in ensuring that the air flows through the turbine system as intended, contributing to the efficiency of the device.
  4. Preventing Lubricant Leakage: Dental turbines often use lubricants to facilitate smooth rotation of moving parts. O-rings help prevent the leakage of lubricants, ensuring that the right amount is retained within the turbine to reduce friction and wear.
  5. Reducing Vibration and Noise: Properly sealed O-rings contribute to the reduction of vibration and noise during the operation of the dental turbine. This is particularly important for enhancing the comfort of both the dentist and the patient.
  6. Enhancing Longevity: O-rings, by providing effective seals and protection, contribute to the longevity and durability of the dental turbine. They help minimize wear and tear on internal components, ensuring a longer lifespan for the device.
  7. Enabling Smooth Rotation: O-rings play a role in facilitating smooth rotation of the turbine’s components. By reducing friction and maintaining proper alignment, they contribute to the overall performance of the device.

It’s important to note that O-rings are typically made of durable and flexible materials, such as rubber or silicone, which allows them to create effective seals while accommodating movement and changes in pressure within the turbine system. When considering O-rings as spare parts, it’s advisable to use those recommended or provided by the turbine’s manufacturer to ensure compatibility and optimal performance.

Original Part number code of original KaVo 6000B O-rings code 0.200.6172

Wavy Washers

In the context of a dental turbine, washers typically refer to small, flat, and often round components that serve various functions within the turbine assembly. These washers are commonly used as part of the bearing system, providing support and facilitating smooth movement of rotating parts. Here are some functions of washers in a dental turbine:

  1. Bearing Support: Washers are often placed between rotating components, such as the rotor and other parts of the turbine assembly. They help reduce friction and provide support to ensure proper alignment and smooth rotation.
  2. Load Distribution: Washers can distribute the load or force evenly across surfaces, preventing direct contact between different components. This helps minimize wear and tear, ensuring the longevity of the turbine.
  3. Vibration Damping: In high-speed dental turbines, minimizing vibration is crucial for both the performance of the turbine and the comfort of the dentist and patient. Washers can help dampen vibrations, contributing to a smoother operation.
  4. Alignment: Washers play a role in maintaining proper alignment between moving parts. They contribute to the overall stability of the turbine assembly, preventing misalignment that could lead to issues like friction, heat, or noise.
  5. Sealing: Some washers may also serve a sealing function, helping to prevent the entry of contaminants like dust or debris into critical parts of the turbine. This is important for maintaining the precision and functionality of the turbine over time.
  6. Adjustment: Washers may be used for fine-tuning or adjusting specific components within the turbine assembly. This can be crucial for optimizing performance and addressing any variations that may arise during operation.

It’s important to note that the specific design and placement of washers can vary between different models and manufacturers of dental turbines. When considering spare parts for dental turbines, including washers, it’s advisable to refer to the manufacturer’s guidelines and specifications to ensure compatibility and proper functioning within the turbine system.

Original Parts Number of Washers used in Kavo GENTLEforce® 6000B  are:

  • Front Wavy Washer Original Part Number: 1.003.7576
  • Rear Wavy Washer Original Part Number: 1.003.5900

Fiber Optic Rod

Fiber optic rods are a characteristic feature of many modern dental turbines. Transmitting light from the source to the bur’s tip, they ensure optimal visibility during procedures. Fiber optic rods represent a technological advancement, illuminating the working area precisely and allowing dentists to perform procedures with enhanced clarity. Due to advanced technologies in LED and their brightness, and their decreasing size, the implementation of LED technology in the head of dental turbines is becoming widespread, excluding the old style of fiber optic rods as a technology in modern high-speed handpieces.

LED and Xenon Bulbs

The lighting technology is a key element of the dental turbine. LED bulbs and xenon bulbs provide bright and clear illumination, improving visibility and enabling dentists to execute procedures with precision. The choice between LED and xenon bulbs allows for customization based on the dentist’s preferences, providing consistent and reliable lighting for diverse dental procedures.

Keeping a stock of spare parts for Kavo GENTLEforce® 6000/6000B is a proactive measure to minimize downtime, allowing dental professionals to swiftly address any unexpected issues and maintain uninterrupted workflow and minimize the cost of servicing your dental high-speed turbine.

Service / Repair Key:

The service/repair key is necessary to open the back cap of the dental turbine. It is mainly used for repair purposes and is essential for the replacement of the turbine rotor. Buying this wrench offers you the possibility to replace the replacement rotor for the Kavo 6000B dental turbine by yourself. Normally, replacing the turbine rotor is not difficult and takes up to 7 minutes, from extracting the rotor with O-rings and washers, lubricating and cleaning the head, to inserting back the O-rings, washers, and turbine rotor, making your turbine work perfectly as a complete new high-speed turbine.

(3) 204,88  excl. VAT