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The easy application ensures perfect results
The light-curing materials are applied directly to the relevant place (spatula, brush or syringe) and cure within 20–60 seconds by irradiation with special blue light lamps. The application works reliably, even at very low and very high temperatures without any loss of quality.
Compatible with all light sources
All products of the Technovit 2200 series can be cured optionally with the Pekalux POWER LED or Technovit Blue LED. If thicker layers (greater than 4 mm) are required, work must be carried out in several layers. For this purpose, the smear layer formed on the polymerized surface is required as a "bond". Each layer must be cured individually. All products can be combined with each other. Further processing can be done mechanically as usual by grinding and polishing.
All products of the Technovit 2200 series can optionally be cured with the Pekalux POWER LED or the Technovit Blue LED.
With the Technovit 2200 series, microstructure impressions can be taken directly from the component in a non- destructive manner, which are then processed in the laboratory and evaluated in a light microscope or scanning electron microscope.
With Technovit 2210 / 2220, even special "problem cases" in materialography can be easily solved.
Impression taking with Technovit® 2210 "step-by-step"
1. Apply Technovit 2210 on the clean surface.
2. Polymerize with Technovit Blue LED for 40 seconds.
3. Remove the hardened impression from the surface.
Ready for tactile measurement.
Impression taking with Technovit® 2220 "step-by-step"
1 Grind, polish, etch, apply Technovit 2220, spread thinly on a film, cover and polymerize.
2 Carefully remove cured Technovit 2220.
3 To secure the sample, apply Technovit 2200 to the slide, position the impression, (CAUTION: Place the reverse side on the slide) press this "sandwich" as plane-parallel as possible with a second slide and cure with blue light.
Technovit 2200 - Encapsulation of sensitive samples
Technovit® 2220 - For microstructure imprints