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HF Metal Transpa Dentin Powders

 

Light (Nr. 4004) Dark (Nr. 1107) Dark Plus (Nr. 4015) 

 

Description Technical Firing Temp

These build up powders can be conveniently used to either layer or to correct any pressed crowns. The blended powders exactly match the colors of the ingots. Therefore, any repair or added powder will blend in nicely for an aesthetically pleasing result.

The Transpa Dentin Light powder covers the light shades such as A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2 , D2

There are 16 dentin, 3 transpa-dentin, and 3 bleach shades available. We also offer 7 different enamel and transpa powders and 8 gingiva colors.
We have now expanded our line to include Low Fusing Powders for porcelain to metal. This can be used if a porcelain margin has been pressed to maintain a sharp and crisp margin.

Description Technical Firing Temp

Dentin-Bake

Mix ceramic powder (Dentin and/or Incisal) with Modelling Liquid to a creamy consistency. Apply Dentin or Incisal ceramic in small portions to the cervical and interdental area and compact by light vibration. Then more Dentin or Incisal is applied according to the tooth layering.

1st Bake

After the Dentin application the crown is placed on a firing tray at a starting temperature of 400°C. Subsequently the furnace is closed with a 4 minute closing time and then heated at 60 K/min with vacuum (vacuum starting at 450°C) to 920°C (bake temperature). Hold time: 1 minute without vacuum. After the first Dentin/Incisal firing is complete, trim the crown or bridge and clean. Next, apply a second layer of Dentin and Incisal for the second Dentin firing.

2nd Bake

Same procedure as by the first Dentin firing, except with a firing temperature of 910°C. Any further Dentin firings should be carried out at 910°C

Glaze finish/Glaze Bake

After completely finishing the surface with a diamond instrument, thoroughly clean the crown or bridge. Apply the glaze paste or glaze powder and liquid mix in thin layers. For the color characterization, all conventional Aesthetic Press stains and glaze can be applied and fired. 

Since there are Low Fusing and Hi Fusing porcelains to Metal, it is important to be aware of the different firing temperatures. A wrongful temperature can lead to a dissatisfactory result.

 

LF Metal Transpa Dentin Powders

Color
  • Colors: Light (Nr. 8001) Dark (Nr. 1106) Dark Plus (Nr. 1113) Bleach 1 (Nr. 8111) Bleach 2 (Nr. 8002) Bleach 3 (Nr. 8211)

  • Description Technical Firing Temp

    Build Up-Powder

               
     

    Idle Temp

    Rising ̊C/min

    Final Temp

    Pre Heat

    Hold Time

    Vac on

    Vac off

    Build Up Powder HF

    400

    55

    920

    6

    1

    450

    920

    Build Up Powder LF

    400

    55

    780

    6

    1

    450

    780

    Glaze Bake LF

    400

    55

    760

    6

    1

    -

    -

    Glaze Bake HF

    400

    55

    880

    6

    1

    -

    -