Dental laboratory turbine LED Carver

dental laboratory turbine
dental laboratory turbine
dental laboratory turbine
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for dental laboratories

300,000 rpm (1,884,955.6 rad.min-1)


HIGHLIGHTS UNPARALLELED HIGH TORQUE UNIQUE BLOW-OUT FUNCTION (CHIP) SPEED 300,000 MIN -1 DUST PROTECTION MECHANISM HIGH-PRECISION SPRAY FUNCTION 45,000 LUX SHADOW-FREE DIMMABLE LIGHT The laboratory turbines of BPR Swiss, developed and manufactured in Switzerland and made of high quality metal are characterised as per their long tradition, by superior torque, reliability and quality of processing. The laboratory turbines of BPR Swiss can be used for the precise fine processing of hard materials such as zircon or ceramic and due to the superior torque even titanium or cobalt-chrome. Enjoy the difference. The shadow-free LED light turbine of BPR Swiss. Enjoy the difference. With its laboratory turbine LED Carver, BPR sets a new standard in the world of turbines. Based on the innovative technology patented by BPR Swiss, the light field of the turbine gratifies with its unprecedented light without shadows, light intensity and homogeneity. Enjoy the difference. Highlights of the LED light of LED Carver: Patented 360-degree light of the work piece Max. light intensity: 45,000 Lux (!) Stepless dimming function of the LED light Colour temperature: 5000 Kelvin (daylight quality) Further technical data of all BPR Swiss laboratory turbines: Speed: 300,000 rpm Operating pressure: 2.8–3.2 bar Air consumption: 40 l/min Water container: 350 ml Chuck diameter: 1.6 mm Ø Highlights of BPR Swiss laboratory turbines: Unique torque ↳ Efficient operation Long-lasting ceramic-ball bearing ↳ Low costs Indispensable dust protection mechanism ↳ Long service life Unique blow-out function for material removal ↳ Efficient operation
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