Vibrators

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Dental Arts Laboratories, Inc.
Handler Dental Equipment
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The Patterson heavy duty 4" vibrating platform is the ideal size for study casts, impressions and quadrants. The 110 volt motor has three...
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• Vibration reduces bubbles • Ergonomic design • Easily detachable rubber top allows for convenient cleaning of vibration table
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• Multifunction dual vibration • Vibration platform provides horizontal vibrations • Lateral vibration bar provides vertical vibrations •...
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The Vibrating Sphere from Renfert is a 2-wave unit that provides different level vibrations for precise results. The unit is easy to use...
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Atlas JR Vibrator from Handler is a 3 speed vibrator made with a 4" diameter, removable, rubber covered table top for a compact, long...
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Handler's Atlas Heavy Duty Tri-Speed Vibrator is designed with two frequencies each with multiple speeds for removing bubbles from...
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The General Purpose Vibrator from Whip-Mix is indicated for effortless pouring of plaster while debubbling the mixture. Has strong...
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The Number 2 Heavy Duty by Buffalo Dental Mfg Co Inc. is a mid-size laboratory vibrator with powerful, 3 speed, 60 Hz vibration. The 3...
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Vibrator Knob from Buffalo Dental
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Buffalo Dental Mfg Co Inc.'s Number 200 Extra Heavy Duty is a mid-size laboratory vibrator with powerful, 3 speed, 60 Hz vibration. The...
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From Dental Arts Laboratories, DAL Comfort Guards offer bruxism protection.
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The Number 1A Vibrator from Buffalo Dental Mfg Co Inc. is a small bench vibrator that is perfect for dental office laboratories. The...

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