Induction Bunsen LAB 213/00
Electronic induction Bunsen to operate with practicality and precision. The Bunsen heats the spatula in less than two seconds: a sensor located above the induction chamber detects the presence and activates the heating phase, as well as interrupts it when you move away from the working area. Immediate heating of the instrument. Precise and safe, since without a free flame. Induction technology.
Each chamber has totally independent controls: air pressure adjustment display of pressure by means of manometer activation of suction self-contained lighting self-contained sand spraying Inside each chamber there is: air gun for cleaning the manufactured products handpiece for sand spraying sieve for filtering the sand plug for dividing pure sand and used sand steel object holder grill
MICROMOTOR 65 WATT SPEED 35.000 G/M TORQUE: 3,00 Ncm Carbon brush micromotor. Heavy and durable. Ergonomic and compact design. High performance. High accuracy of rotation. Minimal noise and vibration Speed: from 1.000 to 35.000 rpm - Reverse: 5.000 rpm max - Power absorbed: 65 Watt - Torque: 3,00 Ncm max - Feeding: 230 V – 50/60 Hz - Hand speed control - Foot switch ON/OFF - Quick clamping fixing - Handpiece weight: 200 g (without cable) - Control unit weight: 970 g - Standard size collet: ø 2,35 mm (ø 3,00 mm upon request
Bunsen – Natural Gas
The new UNIGAS burner with thermocouple complies with the latest law regulations. It can be used with all kinds of gases and at any pressure thanks to a new universal nozzle. The thermocouple is made up of a valve block and a sensor unit. This thermocouple is a safety device which stops the gas flow in case the flame estinguishes, so avoiding a possible gas saturation of the environment.
4 LAYERS ACRYLIC TEETH. Specifically developed to achieve prestigious functional and aesthetic results in the modern prosthetic. Manufactured with acrylic material, the posterior moulds are available in both Anatomical, Technical and WFA version. The complete assortment of 48 anterior moulds and 26 posterior moulds. The MAJOR PLUS WFA tooth follows the mounting philosophy according to Prof. Albert Gerber, the palatal cusp of the upper 5th, 6th and 7th tooth occludes in the respective fossa of the lower 5th, 6th and 7th tooth; in the 4th tooth this occlusion is reversed. The term WFA (Wide Functional Area) indicates the type of occlusion done during the mastication, when not only one point of contact is affected but a large functional area of around 2 mm. The need to simplify and speed up the clinical and technical procedures, maintaining high quality standard, suggested the selection of three posterior moulds: SMALL, MEDIUM, LARGE adaptable to any of the anterior Major Plus moulds.