Blackline handpiece in your practice

March 21, 2012

January 2010 | Dental Products Report Clinical 360°: tech brief Blackline highspeed handpiecein your practice Compiled by Thais Carter Information provided by Bien-Air USA

January 2010 | Dental Products Report
Clinical 360°: tech brief

Blackline highspeed handpiece
in your practice

Compiled by Thais Carter
Information provided by Bien-Air USA 

Photo: Bien-Air USA

The Blackline® Highspeed Handpiece series features Carbon Fiber, the newest of Bien-Air’s technological advancements in dental handpieces. A light-weight core combined with optimal strength offers maneuverability and longevity for the user. The base of the handpiece is a composite of carbon fiber fabric (see yarn inset to the right), plus injection molded epoxy resin.

Vs. titanium: Gram for gram, Carbon Fiber has 10x the tensile strength of titanium.

Record-setting: The Bora and Prestige models in the Blackline series are the lightest Bien-Air handpieces created since the company’s first handpiece in 1969.

Built to last: The tensile strength of carbon fiber makes it extremely resistant to surface scratches, which ensures greater longevity.

 

Are you ready to apply this technology into your practice? 

 Left: The small black thread is a carbon fiber
(Ø 0.008 mm) held against a  strand of human hair. Right: Yarn, comprised of thousands of carbon fibers.  Bien-Air USA

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