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Denture Base Resin, Autopolymer

Denture Base Resin, Autopolymer. Acrylic resin for the manufacture of removable or fixed dentures by using the pouring technique.

Indications

  • Completion of framework dentures
  • Casting of complete dentures
  • partial or total relinings (indirect method)
  • Additions and repairs

Product features

  • universal use
  • comfortable processing time
  • very good flow ability
  • mucous membrane compatible
  • physiological shades and absolute color stability
  • Cadmium free
  • aluated and certified biocompatibility

Mixing ratio:

10g of powder with 5g of liquid

Processing times:

Swelling phase: approx. 10 min
Processing phase (packing / pressing): approx. 15 min
Processing phase (injection): approx. 5 min

Polymerization:

The material is polymerized in boiling water for 20 minutes.

Shades:

The material is available in pink and pink V (veined).

Delivery forms:

Powder: 100g, 1.000g, 5.000g
Liquid: 80 ml, 500ml, 5.000ml

Classification according to ISO 20795-1, Type 1 group 1 and according to MDD 93/42/EEC Annex IX, Class IIa for removable and for fixed dentures.


Mechanical properties acc. to ISO 20795-1 Requirements Xthetic® high impact
Ultimate flexural strength in MPa min. 65 75
Flexural modulus in MPa min. 2000 2300
Maximum stress intensity factor in MPa min. 1,9 2,3
Total fracture work in J/m² min. 900 1200
additional properties acc. to ISO 20795-1 Requirements Xthetic® high impact
Water absorption in μg/mm³ max. 32 21
Solubility in μg/mm³ max. 1,6 0,3
Residual monomer in % max. 2,2 0,8
Other requirements Xthetic® high impact
DIN EN ISO 20795-1 Requirements concerning the packing plasticity fulfilled
DIN EN ISO 20795-1 Requirements concerning the surface characteristics and the shape capability fulfilled
DIN EN ISO 20795-1 Requirements concerning the color and the color stability fulfilled
DIN EN ISO 20795-1 Requirements concerning the translucancy and the freedom from porosity fulfilled
DIN EN ISO 20795-1 Requirements concerning the bonding to synthetic polymer teeth fulfilled
DIN EN ISO 10993 Requirements concerning the biocompatibility fulfilled