Curing Lights

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Halogen(31)
LED(171)
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Bonart Medical Technology, Inc
Coltene
Dentamerica Inc.
Dentsply Sirona Restorative
EELE LABORATORIES, LLC
First Medica
GC AMERICA
Henry Schein
Kerr Dental
O'Ryan Industries
Patterson Dental
Rolence Enterprise Inc.
Tpc Advanced Technology, Inc.
Vector R & D Inc.
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It is equipped with the extended-life 80-W OptiBulb and includes 8-mm turbo and 11-mm standard light guides. The Optilux 501 cures all...
The unit provides 4 curing modes—boost, ramp, conventional, or bleach—and a built-in radiometer. The LCD screen displays curing output...
Litex 680A Curing Light from Dentamerica • 75W, 12V tungsten halogen lamp • Internally mounted super-cool fan for continuous duty •...
The Power Light 150 offers a 400 to 500 nm wavelength, 8 mm light guide, LCD display, 75 W halogen bulb, and an ultra quiet fan.
The QHL75 curing unit offers an easyhandling, pistol-grip, ergonomic design.
Coltolux 75 curing light from COLTENE offers state-of-the-art optics that provides a high power curing energy from a conventional halogen...
The PlasmaCure BXe dental curing light source from eele Laboratories incorporates more than 10 years of product design experience for...
The Power Light 100 from TPC offers a light intensity of 600 mW/ cm² to cure all composites in 15 to 20 seconds.
The built-in radiometer with LED indicator ensures accurate light intensity. The infrared filter reduces heat and patient discomfort, and...
It has a continuous working mode as well as a digital timer extending up to 60 seconds for easy control of the curing cycle. It has a...
The Vector Turbo Lux 1500 has more than 1500 mW/cm2 of curing power.
Bonart introduced its conventional ART-L2 halogen lamp curing light in 2002 to meet customer demand and needs.

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