Flash-curing device for light-curing
Flash-curing device for rapid and reliable curing of light curable resins
- The Otoflash G171-2 is used for curing of light-curable resins through light induced photopolymerization.
- In the operating mode, two flash bulbs fitted at the bottom produce ten flashes per second.
The Otoflash G171-2 has two flashbulbs that emit light into the polymerisation chamber from below. It is therefore especially suitable for application in otoplastics/hearing aids and in the production of jewellery. The device can be used for the photopolymerisation of all light-curable materials where the curing takes place at a wavelength of 280-580 nm.
Similarly, work pieces produced by means of new technologies such as 3D rapid manufacturing can be post-cured. The Otoflash G171-2 enables the production and processing of light curing materials of different consistencies and pigmentation, as well as repairs with corresponding materials and lacquering.
With its technical configuration, the Otoflash G171-2 enables short curing times: In the operating mode, two flash bulbs fitted at the bottom produce ten flashes per second. The respective light radiation at a wavelength of 280-580 nm is very intense. Compared to other methods this achieves a substantially better curing of the materials, resulting in very good physical characteristics and reduced residual monomer content (inhibition layer).
The Otoflash G171-2 is also deliverable with a protective gas appliance (r N2). This prevents any oxygen inhibition, surfaces are cured completely non-stick and there is no need to remove or wipe away the inhibition layer.
The Otoflash G171-2 has an integrated elapsed time meter, is simple to use and is extremely easy to maintain.
The Otoflash G171-2 are adjustable to different operational voltages (USA: 117 volt/60 Hz and Japan: 100 volt/60Hz).
|Dimensions of polymerisation chamber:
|120 x 120 x 50 mm
|Number of light sources:
|2 flashbulbs à 100 w
|4 BTE-aids or 6 ITE-aids
|100, 117, 230 volt AC, adjustable by switch
|280-700 nm, maximum between 400 and 500 nm
|Average flash power:
|10 flashes per second
|adjustable from 1 to 9.999 flashes
|310 x 310 x 140 mm