There are several signs that may indicate that you need a new Adec dental water bottle for your dental chair:
Visible cracks or leaks: If you notice any cracks or leaks in the water bottle, it is likely time to replace it. These can compromise the integrity of the water supply, potentially contaminating it with bacteria or other harmful substances.
Discoloration or buildup: Over time, mineral buildup or other deposits can accumulate on the inside of the water bottle, leading to discoloration or a foul odor. If cleaning the bottle doesn't remove these issues, it may be time for a replacement.
Difficulty cleaning: If you find that it is increasingly difficult to clean the water bottle thoroughly, this could be a sign that it has reached the end of its useful life. As noted above, buildup and discoloration can be hard to remove, making it important to have a water bottle that is easy to clean and maintain.
Age: Depending on how frequently the chair is used and how well it is maintained, an Adec dental water bottle may need to be replaced every few years. If you are unsure of the age of your water bottle or cannot remember the last time it was replaced, it may be time to get a new one.
It is important to note that dental water bottles are an essential component of any dental chair, providing a source of clean water for patient care. If you suspect that your water bottle needs to be replaced, it is important to do so promptly to ensure that your patients receive the best possible care.