Silicone dental material Ghenesyl mono
for impression trays

silicone dental material
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Ghenesyl mono Addition curing silicone (polyvinylsiloxane), Ghenesyl mono is a new impression material with a medium viscosity, ideal for monophase tecnique. Available in packs consisting of 2 cartridges + 12 mixing tips, in economy packs, consisting of 4 cartridges (without mixing tips), or in the box with 2 large 380 ml cartridges. Ghenesyl Mono, is a new impression material with a medium viscosity, ideal for monophase technique. Recommended for crowns and bridges impression taking, implantoprosthesis, inlay, onlay, partial and total edentulism. Thanks to its characteristic viscosity it can be used directly on the surfaces to be reproduced and on impression tray. It’s syringable through the included mixing tips or through the specific syringe for elastomers. Given its optimal flexibility Ghenesyl Mono can be easily removed from the oral cavity without structural alteration. • Ideal viscosity for monophase technique • High accuracy (5µm) • Maximum thixotropicity and hydrophilicity • Fast in mouth setting time • High resistance to tear • High elastic recovery • High dimensional stability over time • Slight mint flavour • Resistant to aseptic cleaners ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Ghenesyl Mono can be also used in combination with Super Light Body / Light Body / Regular Body silicones as support material inside individual impression tray or standard stainless steel impression tray. PACKAGING GNS400 – 2 x 50 ml cartridges (100 ml) + 6 mixing tips GNS404 – Economy pack (without mixing tips) – 4 x 50 ml cartridges (200 ml) GNS480 – 2 x 380 ml large cartridges (760 ml) + 2 mixing tips + 1 fixing ring


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