KromopanSil, a complete range of silicones.

Lascod presents KromopanSil, a new line of addition curing silicones that allow to obtain optimal results with every impression taking technique, and guarantee maximum accuracy in detecting details.

  • PUTTY, for the first impression, it is available in two different hardnesses: Hard, Soft.
  • BODY, specific for the second impression, it’s available in four different consistencies: Superlight, Light, Regular, Heavy.
  • MONO is ideal for the monophase technique.
  • BITE, designed for occlusal registrations.
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Kromopansil putty soft fast

Putty

Available in two hardnesses: soft (50 Shore A) and hard (63 Shore A).
The normal set has a working time of 2'30'' and a setting time in mouth of 2'15''.
The fast set has a working time of 1'15'' and a setting time in mouth of 1'30''.
KromopanSil putty is suitable for the first impression in the double impression technique (putty-wash) and as a base in the sandwich technique. It guarantees a high reproduction of details (25 micron).

KromopanSil body fast

Body

Available in four viscosities: superlight, light, regular and heavy.
The normal set has a working time of 2' and a setting time in mouth of 1'30''.
The fast set has a working time of 1'20'' and a setting time in mouth of 60''.
KromopanSil body is suitable for the second impression in the double impression technique (putty-wash) and for the sandwich technique. Detail reproduction is excellent (5 micron).

Kromopansil mono 380ml

Mono

Available in 50ml cartridges with 1:1 ratio or in the maxi size of 380ml with 5:1 ratio.
It has a working time of 2' and a setting time in mouth of 1'30''.
KromopanSil mono is specifically designed for the single-phase technique, but can also be used in combination with Superlight Body, Light Body, Regular Body as a support material inside the tray. It guarantees excellent reproduction of details (5 micron).

KromopanSil bite with teeth detail

Bite

Specific for orthodontic bite registrations, KromopanSil bite can be scanned with optical/laser/tactile reading systems.
It has a working time of 1'20'' and a setting time in mouth of 60''.
The final grade of hardness (95 Shore A) allows to work on widely stable masses and ease the finishing phases with rotating and cutting tools. Excellent accuracy in the reproduction of details (5 micron).