Lost wax casting technology is almost a lost topic in Dental Technology these days., but the need for this analog technology, all be it small, will continue for many years to come, so the position of the beloved burnout furnace is still solid.
We all know that hot air rises and cool air sinks. While we adjust to those conditions naturally and without much thought, what about our temperature-sensitive materials in our dental labs? This blog brings temperature, chemistry and physics – and how they co-exist in the lab – to our attention.
We all know that hot air rises and cold air sinks. We adjust to those conditions without even thinking, but what about the materials we use everyday in our labs? In some ways, they are more sensitive to the temps than we are. Read to see how we need to consider temperature, chemistry and physics.
The PRO 100 Series Porcelain Furnace has been a staple in dentals for years, but nothing lasts forever. Be prepared for when the time come to replace it.