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A5407 PHOTOPOL PRO

UV LIGHT-CURING UNIT FOR COMPOSITES

Photopol PRO is a multi-purpose light-curing furnace which best suits with most composites sensitive to UV light.
Three extremely powerful circuits à 8 LED UV at different frequency assure the overall radiation.
The distinctive feature of each individual LED is a specific collimation lens focusing the light (therefore the emitted power) in a very restricted angle of incidence.
Both the working chamber and the horizontal plane are coated with highly reflecting material assuring a mirror effect with no dispersion of ultraviolet rays.
The support plate is steadily rotating and it has been conveniently assembled on a sliding drawer allowing to position and to pick up easily the elements to be treated.

CHARACTERISTICS

Two circuits à 8 LED each covering the higher UV spectrum (above 410nm – blue)
One circuit à 8 LED covering the lower UV spectrum (under 410nm – violet)
Possibility of combined action of two UV light sources
24 high power LED featuring a specific collimation lens which concentrates the light for deep penetration in the material
Ability to adjust the power or to measure it out to avoid any shock to the material
Wide range of the operating spectrum (from 320 to 550 nanometers, peak at 470 nm)
Ideally suited to light-cure any composite available in the dental field not requiring treatment under vacuum
Rotating turntable working under continuous cycle to assure the all-over exposure of the elements restricting the shade effect
Modern user interface with colour-touch display
Extended range of working parameters allowing to preset the most correct cycle to cover any requirement and to store the preset programs
Useful pre-polymerization function to dry out and fix the different layers (operation lasting few seconds, repeated in steady succession)
Overal dimensions: mm 280x350x300h

DOCUMENTS

PRODUCT BROCHURE

BROCHURE PHOTOPOL PRO

USER MANUAL
TECHNICAL DATA SHEET
CE DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY

  

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