Sintering furnace TABEO-1/M/ZIRKON-100
for dental laboratorieszirconiahigh-temperature

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for dental laboratories
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Temperature control
Temperature range

Max.: 1,650 °C (3,002 °F)


THE TABEO SERIES TABEO - the optimal result of price and performance The model variants of the TABEO series are ideal for use either to supplement smaller CAD/CAM systems or for extending existing sintering furnaces. Their respective capacities vary from one sintering tray Ø= 100mm up to three sintering trays Ø= 120mm. Your sintering program can easily be entered and saved in the program controller which is adapted for the TABEO series. Pre-set service programs support you during the simple maintenance and cleaning of the heating systems. TABEO offers you the possibility to decide whether to use heating systems with heating elements made of MoSi2 or SiC. Both systems are designed for conventional long-term sintering. Heating elements made of molybdenum disilicide (MoSi2) offer a maximum furnace temperature of 1650°C. With the pre-defined service programs, contaminations on the heating elements can be regenerated. Due to their physical properties, heating elements made of silicon carbide (SiC) offer a maximum furnace temperature of 1550°C. The SiC heating elements do not need to be regenerated with a service program. TABEO/M/ZIRKON The MoSi2 versions are equipped with 4 high-quality molybdenum-disilicide heating elements of the tatest generation allowing a sintering temperature of up to 1650° C. The regular execution of pre-set service programs can prevent possible discoloration of restorations and increase the life span of the heating elements and the heating chamber.


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