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Protect your investment in digital imaging technology with our unique barrier envelopes, designed to fit all Dentsply, Kodak, Sirona...
Film Mounts come in a roll of 500 strips of 2 mounts, allowing you to select the size you need and cut.
X-Ray Mounts 2-Up are 1000 windows of perforated X-ray mounts in one continuous roll.
Protective mount envelopes Made of heavy duty kraft paper construction Choose from a wide selection of sizes for your specific needs
EZ-View FasTear Tear-Apart X-ray Mounts from Rinn are made of a clear vinyl that holds X-rays, while the pocket style provides maximum...
The EZ-Tab 77 Series Film Mount Charts from Rinn are plastic, open-window X-ray film mount charts that provide easy loading by snapping...
Rinn's Masked Pocket 21 Series Film Mount Charts provide a comfortable viewing, while enhancing the fine details during the viewing. ...
These mounts come in a 12-window sheet with perforated sections that tear off. Perfect Pocket Tear-Away mounts come packaged with...
EZ-View 20 Series Film Mount Charts from Rinn provide ultimate film protection and easy storage. The clear pocket mounts ensure full...
Patterson® Ez-View Vinyl Pocket Mounts are clear vinyl film mounts that offer complete protection from scratching and fingerprints....
Trollmounts from Troll Dental is designed to securely mount X-rays while maintaining double-sided protection in a neat, ultrathin form...

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