Plinth plaster splitcast dental technique

The base stone is a central material for dental technology, e.g. for prosthetics and model making. The dental stone should be able to be molded without tension in the base casting technique. Split cast bases on models, which are used to fix the models, are also very popular in split cast dental technology.

The base stone is a central material for dental technology, e.g. for prosthetics and model making. The dental stone should be able to be molded without tension in the base casting technique.... read more »
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Plinth plaster splitcast dental technique

The base stone is a central material for dental technology, e.g. for prosthetics and model making. The dental stone should be able to be molded without tension in the base casting technique. Split cast bases on models, which are used to fix the models, are also very popular in split cast dental technology.

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sockel-plaster 140
sockel-plaster 140
From €34.10 *
sockel-plaster® GT 160
sockel-plaster® GT 160
sockel-plaster® GT 160 is a special, liquid base plaster according to DIN EN ISO 6873: 2013, type 4 for tension-free model bases in the base casting technique, for split cast and super-smooth counter-parts in plastic dentures.
From €36.10 *
sockel-plaster® GT exact
sockel-plaster® GT exact
Unique for model bases! The latest development from our dentona® laboratory: sockel-plaster® GT exact is the first liquid base plaster with an expansion of less than 0.02% according to DIN EN ISO 6873: 2013, type 4 - for very precise...
From €28.80 *

Split cast base to model dental technician

Base casts for dental technology

  • sockel-plaster GT exact: the first liquid dental stone modeling with an expansion of less than 0.02 percent; Type 4 is suitable for precise Pindex models with the base casting technique.
  • socker-plaster GT 160: liquid dental stone according to DIN EN ISO 6873 : 2013, suitable for super-smooth counters and splitcast dental technology as well as in prosthetics
  • sockel-plaster 140: expansion below 0.06 percent, starts after two hours, processing time of four to five minutes


We will be happy to provide you with more detailed information about our offers in the field of dental plaster bases. For example, if you have questions questions regarding compressive strength, the correct mixing ratio, or setting and processing times, our experts from the customer service department will be happy friendly manner.

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