GE Healthcare 1442-090 Grade 42 Ash Less Filter Paper for Instrumental Analysis, Circle, 90 mm Diameter (Pack of 100) by GE at Cranbury Dental Services. MPN: 1442-090. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Ge's whatman grade 42 quantitative papers have the finest retention of all whatman ash less filter paper grades. Grade 42 is designed for gravimetric analysis and sample preparation for instrumental analysis.Ash less: 0.007 percent ash maximum. Fine (2.5 µm) nominal particle retention rating, eliminates large particles that might otherwise interfere with sensitive instrumentation. Herzberg filtration speed of 1870 s. Commonly used as a calcium carbonate filter.
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Articulating papers are thin and tear-resistant papers which are coated with liquid colors on both sides. False or smear contacts can thus be avoided. These papers are also available in horseshoe-shape.Useful for patients who tend to bite unilaterally during the occlusion test. Easily be applied without forceps or any other handling devices. Horseshoe-shaped papers provide welcome relief especially when testing.
mpn: bk09, ean: 0796762872398,
40 Micron Blue - 200/pk Bausch articulating papers with progressive color transfer are pressure sensitive. The lighter the bite the lighter the mark; the harder the bite the darker the mark.
mpn: BK-30, ean: 0681306431547,
The unique combination of a high-tech metal foil and a two-sided color coating with micro-fine ground color pigments enables clear visible marking of all occlusal contact points.It is thus universally applicable for all materials. The material enables efficient grinding in, even with occlusal splints. The centric and eccentric are clearly indicated on the bite aid. Color- black.