Denture-base acrylic has high impact quality

April 1, 1997
The Harry J. Bosworth Co. introduces IMPACT 2000 high-impact denture acrylic. It is a heat cured, denture-base acrylic with high-impact strength and durability. Formulated for conventional processing, IMPACT 2000 will resist breakage, warping and flexure fatigue. It is packaged in a standard kit, as well as in bulk sizes. For details, contact Harry J. Bosworth Co., 7227 North Hamlin Ave., Skokie, IL 60076; or call (847) 679-3400, (800) 323-4352; fax (847) 679-2080 or email: [email protected].

The Harry J. Bosworth Co. introduces IMPACT 2000 high-impact denture acrylic. It is a heat cured, denture-base acrylic with high-impact strength and durability. Formulated for conventional processing, IMPACT 2000 will resist breakage, warping and flexure fatigue. It is packaged in a standard kit, as well as in bulk sizes. For details, contact Harry J. Bosworth Co., 7227 North Hamlin Ave., Skokie, IL 60076; or call (847) 679-3400, (800) 323-4352; fax (847) 679-2080 or email: [email protected].

HARRY J. BOSWORTH CO.

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