Crown & Bridge Specialties

BPD Plastic Dovetail Instructions

BPD Plastic Dovetail Instructions

BPD Attachment

Summary

The BPD is an improved design for a universal plastic pattern.

The simple to use plastic dovetail intracoronal attachment can be used for:

  • Removable Partial Dentures: Intracoronal semi-precision slide attachment.  Rigid attachment (always use a retentive clasp arm) with friction (not adjustable) retention.
  • Bridgework: non-parallel abutments and segmented constructions.
  • Inside of female rounded to facilitate devesting and avoid attachment wear
  • Built in paralleling mandrels for both male and female.

The built in mandrel on the male and female provides the convenience of using the BPD in a traditional manner, or inverting it.

By inverting the BPD,

  • no metal is shown on the occlusal surface for better esthetics.
  • placing the male extracoronal of the crown does not require additional space, or abutment reduction.
  • On mandibular implant cases, the female tends to follow the taper of the male and allow for some flexing of the lower jaw.
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The patterns are produced in a clean burnout plastic. The reduced size provides wider application, better abutment contours, and improved esthetics. Taper ensures easy insertion and well defined proximal plates provide increased stability. A universal attachment.

Assembly and Fabrication

Bridgework–Traditional (female on abutment, male in pontic)

1. Survey the model to determine the position of the Plastic Dovetail. Wax all abutments, but open a channel or box on the abutment to allow space for the female attachment within the contours of the crown.

2. Place the male mandrel in the surveyor. Cut the mandrel from the bottom of the female. Place the female on the male. Incorporate the female in to the abutment wax-up. Keep the entire female within the correct contour for the abutment tooth.

3. Carefully remove the male from the female, and complete waxing of abutments to proper contour. Keep the inside of the female free from wax.

4. Any excess of the female pattern above the occlusal of the abutment is left remaining. This will be reduced after casting. Use a harder alloy for the abutment crown to avoid the female attachment wearing.

5. Sprue and remove the abutment patterns. Invest, being sure to completely fill the inside of the female with investment without air bubbles. A two stage investment procedue is recommended.

6. Burnout for plastic components requires two stages:

  • To assure a clean and complete burnout of the plastic attachments, use a Slow rate of temperature rise to 600°F (316°C) and hold for 30 minutes.
  • Complete the burnout procedure by following the alloy manufacturer’s instructions.

7. Finish the casting. Reduce any excessive height of the attachment at this time. Remove any bubbles from the inside of the female.

8. For traditional applications, insert the plastic male into the cast female. If the male pattern will not fully seat, heat the cast abutment prior to seating the male pattern. The heat will soften the male pattern so it will contour to the female.

9. Seat the male pattern in the female and wax the adjacent pontics or abutments to the male.

10. Cut off the mandrel from the male with a hot spatula. Sprue, invest and cast the units.

11. Finish the castings and the male. If the fit is too tight and the male will not fully seat, use one of the following procedures to achieve proper seating.

  • Strip the male for 15 – 20 seconds, or until a positive seating is aquired.
  • Paint Liquid Colloidal Graphite on the male, dry it with a gentle stream of air, and slide it in and out of the female until a complete seating is achieved.
  • Gently polish the male until complete seating is achieved.

Bridgework–Inverted (male on abutment, female in pontic)

1. Survey the model to determine the position of the Plastic Dovetail. Wax all abutments.

2. Place the female mandrel in the surveyor. Cut the mandrel from the bottom of the male. Place the male into the female. Incorporate the male in to the abutment wax-up.

3. Carefully remove the female from the male, and complete waxing of abutments to proper contour. Cut the mandrel off the female, and position inside the pontic. Keep the inside of the female free from wax.

4. Any excess of the male pattern above the occlusal of the abutment is left remaining. This will be reduced after casting. Use a harder alloy for the abutment crown to avoid the male attachment wearing.

Removable Partial Denture Procedure (intracoronal attachment)

Steps 1 – 11 are the same as in the Traditional Bridgework technique.

12. Prepare the lingual of the retainer crown for the clasp arm. Eliminate any lingual undercuts and prepare a dimple on the lingual of the crown away from the female with a #3 round bur.

13. Place the male pattern in the female receptacle on crown. Remove the mandrel from the male.

14. Using pattern resin, make clasp arms to the male pattern. Be sure to extend the clasp arm into the dimple. Use an alloy which is softer than that used to cast the attachment female.

15. Block out all undercuts and duplicate the model. Pour a refractory model used to fabricate only the partial frame.

16. Cast the framework in chrome cobalt. Finish the casting.

17. Seat the completed casting on the master model. If the fit is too tight and the male will not fully seat, one of the following steps may be used to achieve proper seating.

  • Strip the casting for 15 – 20 seconds, or until a positive seating is aquired
  • Paint Liquid Colloidal Graphite on the male dry it with a gentle stream of air, and slide it in and out of the female until a complete seating is achieved.
  • Gently polish the male until a complete seating is achieved.

If the fit of the male is too loose, lightly reduce the base of the male with a dis to insure a proper fit.

18. Solder the male/lingual arm assembly to the partial framework using Ceka Sol solder.

19. Process the partial denture over the completed castings in a routine manner

Removable Partial Denture Procedure (extracoronal attachment)

1. The paralleling mandrel on the female is used to wax the male, extracoronally, on the abutment wax pattern. If the attachment is too long, shorten both the male and female from the gingival aspect. The male is inverted, or “upside down”.

2. Carefully remove the female from the male pattern.

3. Complete waxing the abutments for proper contour. Prevent the wax from flowing onto any mating surface of the male pattern.

4. Remove the paralleling mandrel from the bottom of the female. Replace the female onto the male pattern and wax the female to the adjoining abutment/pontic.

5. Sprue and remove the abutment patterns. Invest, being sure to completely fill the inside of the female with investment without air bubbles

6. Burnout and cast. Burnout for plastic components requires two stages:

  • Slow rate of temperature rise to 600°F (316°C) and hold for 30 minutes. This assures a clean and complete burnout of the plastic piece.
  • Complete the burnout procedure by following you alloy manufacturer’s instructions.

7. Remove any bubbles and finish the castings according to Step 14 in the “Removable Partial Denture Procedure (intracoronal attachment)” section.

Splintastik Instructions

Splintastik Instructions

Splintastik

The Splintastik is an inexpensive and easy to use rod and tube attachment for non-parallel anterior abutments and segmented bridgework.

Advantages

  • Inexpensive and easy to use
  • Extremely small–allows for open embrasures, good tooth contour, no extensive tooth reduction. May be reduced to any height.
  • Excellent for non-parallel abutments and segmented bridges.
  • Allows for independent cementation and removal of bridge segments.
  • Polished ceramic insert eliminates bubbles during investing and ensures consistent and accurate castings.
  • May be cast simultaneously along with the abutment crowns in any alloy–including non-precious
  • Allows independent physiologic movement of segments.

Kits

Splintastik Starter Kit

2 each: Large Male, Female, and ceramic insert
2 each: Small Male, Female, and ceramic insert
1 each: Small and Large Mandrels, and Precision Reamers

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Splintastik Refill Large

6 each of:

Large Male, Female, and Ceramic insert
1.2mm Ø

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Splintastik Refill Small

6 each of:

Small Male, Female, and Ceramic insert
0.8mm Ø

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Components

Splintastik Ceramic Insert

Large (1.2mm Ø) Size

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Large Ceramic Insert

Splintastik Ceramic Insert

Small (0.8mm Ø) Size

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Small Ceramic Insert

Splintastik Precision Reamers

Large and small – 1 per package

Splintastik Large Reamer

Splintastik Small Reamer

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Large Reamer and Small Reamer

Splintastik Paralleling Mandrel

Large and Small – 1 per package

Large Paralleling Mandrel

Small Paralleling Mandrel

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Large Mandrel and Small Mandrel

Assembly and Fabrication

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FR Attachment Instructions Bridgework

FR Bridgework Instructions

FR Attachment Instructions – Bridgework

Segmented bridgework or non-parallel abutments in bridgework

FR Attachment Instructions BridgeworkThe FR attachment is ideally suited for non-parallel abutments or segmented bridgework as the small size of the attachment is most advantageous when space is at a premium. The FR attachment saves time and labor in investing, investment removal, porcelain application, and finishing. Esthetics are improved as no metal shows on the occlusion.

FR Inverted or Extracoronal

The small size and tapered or conical shape of the FR attachment provide for the male to be inverted in an extracoronal position ( outside the crown), eliminating the need for additional tooth reduction. This also provides for full porcelain coverage on the occlusal for improved esthetics.

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Preci Post System

Preci Post Instructions

Preci Post System

Benefit

  • Great communication tool between the Dentist and the Laboratory
  • Provides for consistent and accurate castings
  • Inexpensive and easy to use
  • Impression posts have a “head” for retention in any impression material, and will bend with out breaking or distorting. Impression posts are self-separating and will not adhere to most die materials, so a model may be poured up with out distortion
  • The burn out posts compensate for expansion/contraction of investing/casting and burn out cleanly with any alloy–including non-precious

Preci Post Starter Kit

25 Yellow transparent burn out posts.
25 Blue transparent burn out posts.
25 Yellow opaque impression posts.
25 Blue opaque impression posts.

Blue root canal reamer (2º taper)
Yellow root canal reamer (2º taper)

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Preci Post Lab Refill

50 Yellow and 50 Blue transparent burn out posts. Also may be used as direct method in the mouth.

Yellow: 14.5mm length, 0.8mm tip diameter
Blue: 16.82mm length, 1.0mm tip diameter
2º taper Reamers available separately.

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Preci Post Dentist Refill

50 Yellow and 50 Blue unbreakable, self-separating, opaque plastic impression posts. To be used with any impression method (including silver plating & plastic dies).

Yellow: 14.4mm length, 0.8mm tip diameter
Blue: 16.97mm length, 1.0mm tip diameter
2º taper Reamers available separately.

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Preci Post Reamers

Yellow Tip Ø: 0.8mm
Blue Tip Ø: 1

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Preci Post Instructions

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UNOR 10802

UNOR 10802

UNOR 10802 Precision Intracoronal Attachment

Advantages

  • Gingival bevel on the male for easy patient insertion and removal–reduces wear potential.
  • Retention is fully and easily adjustable by simply tightening or loosening the screw
  • Female may be cast against with precious or semi precious alloy for easy fabrication. A female ceramic former is available for creating a female in non-precious castings.
  • Vertical height may be reduced for short or close bite situations.
  • Excellent external wall contact for guide plane stability.
  • Male may be connected to the cast frame by acrylic resin, composite resin, or solder. Very easy techniques.
  • Easy technique to incorporate male housing into cast chrome cobalt frame.
    System allows for conversion of fixed bridge to a removable partial denture if distal abutments are lost.

Adjustable Intracoronal Attachment Components

UNOR 10802

UNOR 10802 Complete Attachment
Adjustable Male and Female

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UNOR Male #10812
Osunor Alloy
Composition: Au 10, Pt 10, Ag 30, Pd 35, Cu 14, Zn 1
Melting Range: 2066-2156º F
Annealing: 1472º F for 5 minutes
Hardening: 752º F for 15 minutes
May be soldered, or retained with composite or acrylic

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UNOR Female #10820
Cerunor Alloy
Composition: Au 60, Pt 10, Pd 20, IR 10
Melting Range: 2552-2741º F
Annealing: 1832º F for 15 minutes
Hardening: 1292º F for 30 minutes
Cast-to with precious or semi-precious alloys

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Cerunor Alloy Adjustable Male for Bridges
#10813*
Cast with precious or semi-precious alloys

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Plastic Male for Casting, Non-adjustable
#10814*

*Note: males #10813 and #10814 fit female #10820, allowing for a bridge to be converted to a removable prosthesis using male #10812 if abutments are lost.

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#20871 Duplicating Aid

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#20881 Plastic Waxing Pattern

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#20861 Male Ceramic Spacer

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#20801 Paralleling Mandrel

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#20821 Screwdriver

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#20811 Transfer Female

Double Mandrel BPD

Double Mandrel BPD

Double Mandrel BPD

The “Better plastic dovetail”

The BPD is an improved design for a universal plastic pattern.

The simple to use plastic dovetail intracoronal attachment can be used for non-parallel abutments, segmented bridges, and removable partial dentures with a retentive clasp arm.

The built in mandrel on the male and female provides the convenience of using the BPD in a traditional manner, or inverting it.  By inverting the BPD,

  • No metal is shown on the occlusal surface for better esthetics.
  • Placing the male extracoronal of the crown does not require additional space, or abutment reduction.
  • On mandibular implant cases, the female tends to follow the taper of the male and allow for some flexing of the lower jaw.

The patterns are produced in a clean burnout plastic. The reduced size provides wider application, better abutment contours, and improved esthetics. Taper ensures easy insertion and well defined proximal plates provide increased stability. A universal attachment.

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Quantity pricing at 12, 50, and 100

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Zircoline

Zircoline Kits and Components

Zircoline

A complete system of diamonds, mounted stones, rubber wheels and discs designed specifically for sintered Zirconia

For both Technicians and Dentists

KITS

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Intro Kit of 8 Diamonds (Lab Kit 1)

1.4mm Football (red) D379CF
1.4mm Football (blue) D379C
1.2mm Round End Taper (blue) D850C
1.6mm Round End Cylinder (blue) D838C
1.2mm Round End Taper (red) D850CF
2.3mm Round End 2°
Taper (blue) D850C 2.3
2.3mm Round End 2°
Taper (grey) D850CSF 2.3

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Intro Kit of 6 Mounted Stones (Lab Kit 2)

Stone Cylinder 642C
Stone Cone 653C
Stone Wheel 716C
Long Lasting Stone Cylinder 642CLL
Long Lasting Stone Cone 653CLL
Long Lasting Stone Wheel 716CLL

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Intro Kit of 6 Polishers (Lab Kit 3)

Unmounted KE trimming (blue) DP003
Unmounted Wheel trimming (blue) DP004
Unmounted KE polishing (red) DP013
Unmounted Wheel polishing (red) DP014
Unmounted KE high shine polishing (grey)
DP024
Unmounted Wheel high shine polishing
(grey) DP025

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Intro Kit of 6 (Dentist Kit)

Diamond 1.4mm Football (red) D379CF
Diamond 1.2mm Round End Taper (red) D850CF
Long Lasting Stone Cylinder 642CLL
Long Lasting Stone Cone 653CLL
Unmounted KE polishing (red) DP013
Unmounted KE high shine polishing (grey)
DP024

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Zirconia Milling Kit of 3

Diamond 2.3mm Round End 2°
Taper (grey) D850CSF 2.3
Diamond 2.3mm Round End 2°
Taper (red) D850CF 2.3
Diamond 2.3mm Round End 2°
Taper (blue) D850C 2.3

CROWN & BRIDGE SPECIALTIES

CROWN & BRIDGE SPECIALTIES

CROWN & BRIDGE SPECIALTIES

Preat has assembled a unique offering of crown and bridge specialties to assist the dental professional. Many dental professionals already have accuracy in their casting. Preat offers systems to complement this and provide consistency.

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eFiber

Pre-wetted E-glass fiber, pre-impregnated with a silane coupler that allows the material to bond to acrylics and composites.

Since eFiber truly bonds to acrylics and composites, you can grind/polish the prosthesis, adjust high spots, and place the reinforcement where it matters: at the edge to stop cracks/breaks from beginning.

Designed for light cure chairside and Laboratory applications.

Fibre-reinforced composite bridges stronger than conventional porcelain fused to metal bridges

 Perma Fiber & Mesh

E-glass Fiber and Mesh, pre-impregnated with a porous PMMA that allows the material to bond to acrylics, composites, and other dental polymers. Our first generation fiber reinforcement.

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Preci-Post Starter Kit

 Preci-Post

The Preci-Post system offers a simplified color coded system of tapered reamers, impression posts, and burn out posts for cast endodontic post restorations. This system is inexpensive and easy to use. One piece post-crown or post-coping restorations may be fabricated without a solder joint. The unbreakable plastic posts conform exactly to the recess made with the corresponding color-coded reamers. The heads of the opaque impression posts are retained in any impression material. Impression posts are self- separating and will not adhere to most die materials. The matching translucent laboratory posts are made of a special plastic that will burnout readily without residue at temperatures compatible with any alloy–including non-precious!

The starter kit contains 25 each of small opaque and translucent, 25 each of large opaque and translucent, and 2 reamers. All posts and reamers are tapered 2.5 degrees.

Refills are available for both the Laboratory Posts, and the Dentist Posts.

Zircoline

Only the Zircoline System provides a complete assortment of specifically designed instruments to avoid overheating the sintered zirconia along with an easy technique for adjusting, correcting, polishing, finishing, separating, and milling of sintered zirconia.

For both Technicians and Dentists

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Preci Roto

Preci Roto

The Preci Roto System is a complete system for consistency and accuracy in spruing, investing, burnout, and casting. This easy to use system has the advantages of wax patterns that may be sprued safely and easily with substantial time savings, the correct weight of metal may be preselected to help save money, castings can be accomplished with or without metal rings, the smooth surface of wax rings and crucible former eliminates contamination from investment material during casting, facilitates controlled thermal expansion, eliminates ‘suck-back’ and contraction tearing, and produces very dense and homogeneous precision fit castings. The boxes of 50 small wax rings (for 38mm), and 50 large wax rings (for 54mm) can be used with all different systems.

Pozi Pins

Pozi Pins are an inexpensive, easy way to work with twin dowel pin systems. The Preat Pozi Pin has a taper for easy seating and removal while reducing wear, micro ribs to provide excellent retention even after multiple removals, and the top has an unique flat head saves space and prevents rotation. These also may be used to index models to the articulator.

Available in bags of 1000 pins.

Quantity break at 5, 10, and 25 bags.

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Preat Fiberglass and Brass Pencils

The Preat Fiberglass and Brass Pencils are for easy removal of investment, casting, oxides, and soldering fluxes.

The Brass pencil is intended for the removal of investment from small, difficult to reach areas.

The Fiberglass Pencil has multiple applications, such as removal of oxidation from castings without altering the casting, pre-cleaning of solder joint area, post cleaning of a solder joint, and oxidation removal for Shiner Magnet tooth pieces or keepers.

Always use these pencils in front of a suction or vacuum system.

Refills for both pencils are available.

Fiberglass Pencil Instructions

Brass Pencil Instructions

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Preat Brass Pencil

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Brass Refill

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Fiberglass Refill

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Learn More About Brass Brush Pencil

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CROWN & BRIDGE SPECIALTIES13Liquid Colloidal Graphite

Liquid Colloidal Graphite is a contact indicator for the laboratory technician. It is ideal for fitting together castings and telescopic castings. Liquid Colloidal graphite is water soluble. It is also an excellent anti-flux agent. Solder and cast metal may be controlled by painting strips of Liquid Colloidal Graphite in areas where you do not want solder or cast metal to adhere.

Instructions

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Precision Dial Caliper POCO OD

Caliper for all uses–wall and base thickness of crowns, incisal margins, fissures, etc. Measures to 0.10mm.
Very light and handy, easy to use.

Measuring Range: 0-2mm
Scale: 0.10mm

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Precision Dial Caliper ODI OOD

Caliper for all uses–wall and base thickness of crowns, incisal margins, fissures, etc. Measures to 0.01mm.

Very light and handy, easy to use.
Measuring Range: 0-2mm
Scale: 0.01mm

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FR Attachment

FR Attachment

FR Intro Kit

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4 FR Self Cure Males
2 FR Direct Cast Males
6 FR Females
4 FR Silicone Males
1 FR Precision Slotted Center Punch
1 FR Male Paralleling Mandrel
1 FR Female Paralleling Mandrel

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FR Attachment–Self Cure

Intracoronal attachment for partial dentures or bridgework.

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FR Attachment–Direct Cast

Intracoronal attachment for partial dentures or bridgework.

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FR Center Punch

Used to remove the male attachment from the female casting. Replacement tips are available.

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Center Punch

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Center Punch Tip

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FR Female Paralleling Mandrel

Paralleling mandrel for positioning the FR male attachment.

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FR Silicone Male

To be used in duplicating and opaqueing.

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FR Male Paralleling Mandrel

Paralleling mandrel for positioning the FR female attachment.

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Zircoline

Zircoline

Zircoline

complete system of diamonds, mounted stones, rubber wheels and discs designed specifically for sintered Zirconia

For both Technicians and Dentists

Sintered Zirconia is extremely sensitive to heat–and the use of improper instruments either in the Laboratory or Operatory may cause checking or cracking of the sintered zirconia at a later date–and a costly failure of the restoration. A polished surface also provides a higher biaxial flexural strength.

Only the Zircoline System rovides a complete assortment of specifically designed instruments to avoid overheating the sintered zirconia along with an easy technique for adjusting, correcting, polishing, finishing, separating, and milling of sintered zirconia.

Diamonds

The shapes are specifically designed for working with zirconia in either the Laboratory or Operatory–not just modified diamonds.

The 4 grits are specifically designed for sintered zirconia, along with other extremely hard materials, providing for very accurate reduction.

The unique production process and materials utilized makes these diamonds very long lasting and cost effective.

The longer shanks are made in a special stronger material to eliminate breakage or bending–while allowing for improved operator access and visibility.

A special thin Disc is available for cutting of sprues and interproximal adjusting.

Run at 160,000 rpm with Water Coolant

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Longer shafts provide for improved operator access and visibility.

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A special thin Disc is available for cutting of sprues and interproximal adjusting.

Diamond Mounted Stones

Very unique combination of ceramic binder and high quality diamonds to provide cool cutting or polishing at a slower speed without a water spray coolant.

Two Grits are ideal for final finishing under microscope at slower speeds.

Ideal for the laboratory that does not have a high speed air rotor with water coolant.

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Rubber Wheels and Points

These are made of a special latex-free synthetic rubber binder and filled with three grades of high density pure diamond particles.

Excellent for low heat generation final trimming, polishing, and high shine of zirconia or other hard ceramics.

The Blue are ideal for final trimming and adjustment while eliminating the fine scratches, fissures, or cracks that may lead to fracture or breakage.

The Pink and Grey polishers provide a low heat smooth high luster finish.

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Zirconia Milling

Using the Zircoline Diamonds mounted in a milling machine or an adaptor on a surveyor.

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The Hydro-Air Carver is a versatile, compact unit, with a lightweight handpiece for precise shaping of hard and very hard materials.  The spray can be switched on and off quickly with the switch on the handpiece.  This unique feature reacts instantly and avoids “over-flooding” the workspace and workplace.  Fine adjustment of the spray is achieved by using the air and water regulators at the front of the unit.

The spray traps the dust, protects the grinding tools, and prolongs their life.  The spray prevents overheating of the material being worked on and therefore minimizes the risk of fracture and discoloration.

The extra slim design of the rotor gives maximum working comfort and maximum visibility to the piece being worked on.  Lubrication is applied directly to the rotor’s ball bearings.  This other unique feature increases
the lifespan of the motor considerable. 

Burs are changed without the need of a tool. In addition, our handpiece can be fitted with any pneumatic instrument connecting to a Midwest (4 hole) standard.

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Hydro Air Carver:

*Base Unit with filter, pressure
regulator, manometer, water container and spray regulators.

*On / off foot control

*Handpiece with rotor

 

Technical Data

Speed:  300000 rpm

Operated by: compressed air

Operating Pressure: 2.8–3.2bar

Air consumption: 40 Vmin.

Water Tank:  350 ml

Chuck Diameter:  1.6mm

Lubrication:  manual
(special lubricant is provided)

 

Warranty:

Hydro Air Carver: 12 months

Rotor Cartridge; 6 months