Variable Intensity Polymerizer™

July 1, 1999
Bisco`s V.I.P. (Variable Intensity Polymerizer™) represents the state-of-the-art in dental curing lights. It features programmable and user-definable pre-sets for time and intensity combinations.

Bisco`s V.I.P. (Variable Intensity Polymerizer™) represents the state-of-the-art in dental curing lights. It features programmable and user-definable pre-sets for time and intensity combinations.

The lower ranges of time and intensity accurately and reliably facilitate utilization of the pulse-delayed curing technique, developed to eliminate the incidence of marginal-gap formation and enamel-cracking caused by rapid shrinkage stress.

The V.I.P. also can be used like a standard curing light for routine procedures. It includes high-tech, self-diagnostic programs and a radiometer that automatically and simultaneously recalibrates the light at five intensities. Standard gauge (11 mm), probe, and light shield are included. Additional probes, shields, wall-mount brackets, and 90° cords are available separately.

For additional information, call BISCO at (800) BISDENT or visit the company`s Web site at www.bisco.com.

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