PRO-Net FEATURES AND BENEFITS
EUROPEAN INNOVATION IN DENTAL PROSTHETICS
PRO-Net is a pre-impregnated professional mesh made of specially woven E-glass fibers.
EVEN 67% STRONGER ACRYLATE
The installation of PRO-Net reinforcement in the broken dentures ensures as much as 67% higher strength, which significantly reduces the possibility of re-fracture and increases the durability of protective work.
ACHIEVING A CHEMICAL CONNECTION WITH ACRYLATE
Unlike previous reinforcements on the market, PRO-Net does not need to add adhesive, bond, impregnation, etc. because the bond with acrylate is achieved by itself, by a chemical process.
SUPERIOR OPTICAL AND AESTHETIC PROPERTIES
PRO-Net reinforcements are white, almost transparent, and in addition to exceptional aesthetic improvement, they also have superior optical properties compared to the available prosthesis base reinforcements made of different materials (Co-Cr alloys, Au alloys, etc.).
PRACTICAL PACKAGING AND USE
The PRO-Net package consists of one reinforcement for strengthening the palatal base of the upper total prosthesis, and another in the form of a strip that can be tailored to the needs of each individual work.
If the PRO-Net reinforcement is individualized, the unused part can be used for the next prosthesis by simply using scissors, cutting along pre-marked red lines.
MORE AFFORDABLE THAN AN INDIVIDUAL WIRONIT MESH
The use of PRO-Net does not consume modeling wax, investment mass, Wironite casting furnace or electricity for its heating and centrifugation, nor the most expensive - technician time.
PMMA (0,019 J) 0%
PMMA reinforced with PRO-Net (0,353 J) 0%
During the development of PRO-Net reinforcement, complex tests and optimization of the structure and shape of the reinforcement material were performed.
In dental prosthetics, certainly the most important test of applied materials is 3 points bending test (ISO 6872).
PMMA (46 MPa) 0%
PMMA reinforced with PRO-Net (92 MPa) 0%
PRO-Net fiber reinforcement is made in EU by weaving E-glass fibers in mutually perpendicular directions.
This ensuring controlled mechanical isotropic, i.e. optimal characteristics in the optimal directions for prosthetic applications.
PMMA (98 MPa) 0%
PMMA reinforced with PRO-Net (194 MPa) 0%
Choosing the right material and the proper weaving technique results in a PRO-Net density of 160 g/cm2 (±5 %).
Which gives the optimal structure to achieve superior mechanical properties.
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