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Polysil

Product Description
Polysil super hydrophilic is a VPS impression material specifically formulated to deliver excellent wettability and to significantly enhance accuracy by delivering impressions that capture and reproduce every critical detail. Controlled Flow formulation ensures that the impression material will not slump or pull away during placement, creating a more accurate impression and fit every time. Unsurpassed dimensional stability for improved accuracy and tear strength Fast intraoral times to reduce your patients discomfort Outstanding elastic recovery Impressions can be disinfected without distortion or expansion in disinfecting solutions Contains: 1 (260 ml) base, 1 (260 ml) catalyst and 2 scoops

PRODUCT OPTIONS: Polysil

Polysil- Cartridge Refill
Technical Specification
Contains: Contains 2 (50 ml) cartridges and 6 mixing tips, 6 intraoral tips
Set Time: Regular Set
Viscosity: Light Body
Sku# SH-101
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Polysil- Cartridge Refill
Technical Specification
Contains: Contains 2 (50 ml) cartridges and 6 mixing tips, 6 intraoral tips
Set Time: Fast Set
Viscosity: Light Body
Sku# SH-101/F
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Polysil- Cartridge Refill
Technical Specification
Contains: Contains 2 (50 ml) cartridges and 6 mixing tips, 6 intraoral tips
Set Time: Regular Set
Viscosity: Medium Body
Sku# SH-102
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