Plain cut standard – Denture simple standard
For all dental materials – the plain cut enables a smooth cutting pattern, particularly on resins, and thus reduces rework.
Tungsten carbide instruments for precise preparation
Optimum material reduction and a high-quality surface finish on all types of material. The optimally coordinated blade geometry and cutter designs ensure a long service life and high cutting capacity when preparing stone, acrylic, metal, precious metal, titanium or porcelain.
The specially developed blades with relief channels made from high-grade HIP tungsten carbide alloy are extremely cost-effective.
- Use only technically perfect, serviced handpieces.
- Clean the handpiece chuck regularly.
- Instruments must be inserted as far as possible.
- Use eye-shield and dust-extraction.
- Instruments should reach the operating speed before
they are applied to the work piece.
- Avoid canting or levering the instrument as this
increases the risk of breakage.
Excessive working pressure must be avoided.
Pressure: 0.2 – 5 N
Fractured and incorrectly shaped blades cause vibrations.
Bent or non-concentric rotary instruments must be
Non-adherence to the maximum permissible speeds
increases the risk of accidents.
Using cutters marked with the indentation codes 50 – 85
the grinding movements must be done under constant
pressure operating the instrument at the recommended
Danger of Injury – soft, timid or hesitant use of large
intended instruments causes rock or toss vibration with
the possibility of a shaft breakage.