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