Hot air syringe

Maker
1. Ash (estab. 1924)
2. The Dental Manufacturing Company Ltd (estab. 1873)
Date
Circa 1930
Description
Consisting of a rubber bulb to which a metal spout is screwed. The spout terminates in metal sized and shaped end. The end of the instrument was heated to create hot air which could be used to dry a cavity of harden a layer of varnish.
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Object detail

Date
Circa 1930
Medium
rubber, metal
Measurements
17.5 x 5.5 cm
Accession Number
HFA1068
Inscriptions
maker's mark ▫ ASH ENGLAND / DMCo ENGLAND
Object Type
instruments
Henry Forman Atkinson Dental Museum Category

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