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Dental BirdBeak Plier Orthodontic Wire Bending Pliers Steel Dental Instruments

Availability: In stock

£9.77

Quick Overview

Bird beak orthodontic pliers are best suited for forming springs and round or rectangular wire up to 0.030.” There are a few different styles of bird beak orthodontic pliers, including bending, bending with cutter, arch former and arch former with cutter. The tips may be in a pyramid or cone shape, or implement one of each and range in length, the most common being half an inch. Some features include beveled working edges to prevent scoring or nicking of wire, non-slip grip and varied tip options. Bird beak orthodontic pliers should be constructed of high-grade stainless steel and be corrosion resistant, heat-treated and fully autoclavable.

Model: NZ359-95

Technical Specifications:
Rusting Prevention Procedure: Passivated
Ultrasonic Cleaned: Yes
Usage: Left Hand or Right Hand
Tests Performed: Boil Test, Performance Test, Shape Test
Packing: Packed in PVC Pouch
Manufacturer: CE & ISO Certified
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Details

Product Creation: We ensure that all our products correspond to the international standards; Manufactured from high quality medical graded AISI 304 German Stainless Steel; Assured to meet international quality standards such as ISO 9001:2008, ISO 13485 and FDA standards; Highly polished finish for aesthetic and corrosion resistance; Fully autoclavable and reusable;

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