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ZERO Arti Stone, White, 22KG

ZERO Arti Stone, White, 22KG - Dentona - 121050
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ZERO Arti Stone, White, 22KG
195.00 SR
Ex Tax: 195.00 SR
  • Type: Die Stone (Type 4)
  • Packing: 22 Kg

Delivery Before  19/04/2024 Fri

ZERO stone® revolutionizes model work in dentistry as the pioneering super hard stone that exhibits zero expansion. Complying with DIN EN ISO 6873: 2013 as a type 4, normal setting stone, ZERO stone® is tailored for precision in implantology, telescope work, model casting, splint models, and counterbites.


  • Category: Super Hard Dental Stone
  • Type: Type 4, Normal Setting
  • Application: Ideal for implant and telescope work, model casting, splint models, and counterbites

Mixing and Handling:

Mixing Ratio23 ml of water to 100 g of powder
Stirring Time30 seconds (mechanical)
Processing TimeApproximately 7-8 minutes
Setting TimeApproximately 15-16 minutes

Physical Properties:

  • Hardness (24h): Greater than 200 N/mm²
  • Hardness (30/60 min): Approximately 60/110 N/mm²
  • Compressive Strength:
    • 1 hour: Approximately 40 MPa
    • 24 hours: Greater than 80 MPa
  • Expansion (DIN): 0.00 %

Product Highlights:

  • Zero Expansion: The unique characteristic of ZERO stone®, ensuring utmost accuracy in model work.
  • Super Hard: Achieves a high degree of hardness, exceeding 200 N/mm² after a full day's setting.
  • Versatile Applications: Suitable for a wide range of dental model work including implants and telescopes.
  • Long Working Time: Offers a generous working time of 7-8 minutes for detailed application.

Usage Instructions:

  1. Mix 23 ml of water with 100 g of ZERO stone® powder.
  2. Stir mechanically for 30 seconds until smooth.
  3. Utilize the 7-8 minute processing window for precise model work.
  4. Allow to set for 15-16 minutes before handling.
  5. Achieves full hardness and compressive strength over a 24-hour period, without any dimensional changes.

ZERO stone® stands out as the optimal choice for dental professionals seeking the highest level of precision and stability in their dental model fabrication.

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