starjet -standard

Equipment set
1 starjet
1 spray head 90°
1 spray head 120°
1 prophylaxis powder bottle (250g)
1 glycine powder bottle (160g)

starjet - perio

Equipment set
1 starjet
1 spray head 90°
1 spray head 120°
1 spray head PERIO
subgingival perio tips (40 pcs)
1 wrench K9
1 prophylaxis powder bottle (250g)
1 glycine powder bottle (160g)



device advantages

 One device, two indications – easy switch from supra- to subgingival air-polishing with a PROPHY to PERIO turn
- maximum flexibility as it can be used with both sodium bicarbonate and glycine powder
- optimal access thanks to 3 available nozzles – 90°, 120° and PERIO
- permanent control of the powder level thanks to the transparent powder chamber
- easy powder filling thanks to lateral opening

available turbine couplings

easyjet  offers you a high degree of flexibility with its six different turbine coupling connectors. The connector can easily be changed by an authorized mectron service in case of a turbine coupling change.

subgingival air polishing with mectron glycine powder

Glycine powders have much smaller particles (D50 < 25 μm) than sodium carbonate powders and are water soluble. They have a sweet taste.

Allows safe and efficacious removal of subgingival biofilms in patients receiving periodontal maintenance care. The removal of intra-oral biofilm in patients with orthodontic appliances and the prevention or treatment of peri-implant infections can be added to the extensive list of air-polishing applications with easyjet perio and  mectron glycine powder.

reduction of bacteria*

reduction of pocket depth

The use of a glycine powder leads to a reduction in pocket depth comparable with conventional scaling and root planing*. The benefit is easier handling, faster treatment and better patient acceptance. Patients report less pain and a more pleasant taste with glycine powders.



* Petersilka GJ, Tunkel J, Barakos K, Heinecke A, Häberlein I, Flemmig TF: Subgingival plaque removal at interdental sites using a low abrasive air-polishing powder. J periodontol 2003; 74:307-311

Petersilka GJ, Bell M, Häberlein I, Mehl A, Hickel R, Flemmig TF: In vitro evaluation of novel low abrasive air polishing powders. J Clin periodontol 2003; 30(1):9-13

Petersilka GJ, Steinmann D, Häberlein I, Heinecke A, Flemmig TF: Subgingival plaque removal in buccal and lingual sites using a novel low abrasive airpolishing powder. J Clin periodontol 2003; 30(1):328-333

available turbine couplings

  • SPRAY HEAD 90°
    SPRAY HEAD 90°
  • SPRAY HEAD 120°
    SPRAY HEAD 120°

Technical specifications

Device compliant to Dir. 93/42/CEE: Class II a
Device for intermittent operation: 60 sec. ON - 30 sec. OFF
Water supply:Standard water pressure provided by the dental unit for a turbine:  
from 1 to 3 bars (from 1000 hPa to 3000 hPa), max 40°C
Air supply Standard air pressure provided by the dental unit for a turbine:  
from 2.0 to 3.0 bars (from 2000 hPa to 3000 hPa)
Operating conditions:from +10°C to +35°C
Relative humidity from 30% to 75%
Pressure of air P: 800hPa/1060hPa
Transport and storage conditions: from +10°C to 35°C
Relative humidity from 10% to 70%
Pressure of air P: 500hPa/1060hPa
Weight and size155 g L - l - h 200 x 90 x 50 mm
Warrantydevice 1 year