Coarse universal polishers available in several shapes

Dec. 1, 1995
Brasseler has developed new coarse universal polishers. These polishers are designed for use on semiprecious and precious metals, acrylics, amalgams, composites and are well-suited specifically for metal-ceramic junctions. The polishers work especially well on ceramics. The new coarse universal polishers can be sterilized by autoclave, dry heat or cold sterile. They are available in several, different shapes: Wheel-R22; Knife edge-L22; Cylinder-C7 and Flame-H1.

Brasseler has developed new coarse universal polishers. These polishers are designed for use on semiprecious and precious metals, acrylics, amalgams, composites and are well-suited specifically for metal-ceramic junctions. The polishers work especially well on ceramics. The new coarse universal polishers can be sterilized by autoclave, dry heat or cold sterile. They are available in several, different shapes: Wheel-R22; Knife edge-L22; Cylinder-C7 and Flame-H1.

For details, call 800-841-4522 (US) or 800-363-3838 (Canada).

BRASSELER USA

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