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Modern dentistry often utilizes impression techniques. Thus, any dental lab equipment cannot do without a trimmer for quality plaster casts processing.
Because plaster can be different in viscosity and hardness, dental instruments will differ in their functions and design features respectively.
So, a trimmer can be wet or dry. While working with a wet machine, you have to connect to the power supply, water main, and drainage line. A dry trimmer requires a special vacuum cleaner to suck in the processed plaster dust.
Some manufacturers have managed to combine the both functions in a single equipment model. So, on the market, you can also find versatile trimmers working dry or with water, depending on the installed disk. To determine what kind of device your dental office needs, it will be enough to think well what type of plaster will be more comfortable for the doctors to work with.
When choosing a trimmer, it is important to pay attention to its technical data and features. The first thing to consider is its engine power. The trimmers are relatively divided into the following kinds:
up to 600 W;
from 600 to 1000 W;
over 1000 W.
Disc rotation frequency is of much importance as well. This is how trimmers are distinguished according to rotation frequency:
up to 1400 rpm;
from 1400 to 2800 rpm;
more than 2800 rpm.
Another important indicator, which should be taken into account, is a disc diameter. This feature helps to reduce or increase the plaster cast and the disk contact area. There are from 20 to 30 centimeters disk sizes depending on the manufacturer.
To ensure normal equipment operation, it is also necessary to additionally buy carborundum disks. They are perfect for ordinary soft plaster processing. If a dental office uses high hardness plasters, we recommend paying attention to diamond coated disks or disks with diamonds interspersed on them.
Some manufacturers offer quick-release carborundum disks to trim plaster casts. They are cut from waterproof sandpaper. To replace such a disk, you will need just a few seconds. On side of the disc is fitted with a usual Velcro pad and the other one – with a carborundum layer. Such discs are available with various roughness degrees. In spite of their rapid wear, they are suitable for any class plaster processing.
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