Electric motors feature torque control

Dec. 1, 1999
Dentsply Tulsa Dental announces a new generation of electric motors featuring torque control. Torque-control motors allow doctors to use rotary instruments with less fear of breaking files.

Dentsply Tulsa Dental announces a new generation of electric motors featuring torque control. Torque-control motors allow doctors to use rotary instruments with less fear of breaking files.

Torque-control motors have several features and benefits. They include variable torque settings which allow doctors to tailor torque to the appropriate size instrument; auto-stop handpiece which reduces the risk of file separation; and electrically powered motors which make for quiet and nonsurging acceleration. Tulsa Dental offers several torque-control motors to choose from.

For more information about torque-control motors or Tulsa Dental, call (800) 662-1202 or visit the company?s Web site at www.tulsadental.com.

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