- Normal Setting Chromatic Alginate Impression Material (Flavour: Mango)
- Coltene Coltoprint Alginate Powder is the New High Accuracy, High Stability Alginate from World Leaders in Impression Materials.
- Elastic alginate
- Regular working and setting times
- Pleasant flavor
- Removable prosthesis
- Opposing models for fixed and removable prosthesis
- Study models
- Temporary Crown and Bridge impressions
- Fast water absorption and easy to mix.
- Fine reproduction with Long impression storage.
- Lead-Free, Dust Free.
- Excellent Dimensional stability.
- Homogenous smooth mass with Thixotropic consistency.
- Excellent elastic recovery.
- Smooth consistency when compact surfaces manipulated, great elasticity.
- Pleasant Mango flavor reduces discomfort to the patient during the impression-taking.
DIRECTIONS TO USE
- Sectional impression – 1 scoop of powder + lower mark of water measure
- Full impression – 2 scoops of powder + middle mark of water measure
- Large impression– 3 scoops of powder + upper mark of water measure
Standard ratio- Powder:Water = 48g of powder(2 scoops): 34ml of water (middle mark of water measure) can be mixed to create 39ml of impression material.
COMPOSITION OF ALGINATE
- Diatomaceous earth
- Potassium alginate
- Calcium sulphate dehydrate
- Polypropylene glycol
- Disodium orthophosphate
- Potassium hexafluorotitanate
- Sodium aluminosilicate
- Magnesium oxide
- Red iron oxide pigment
- Spearmint oil as a flavoring agent.
THREE-PHASE CHROMATIC ALGINATE
- Shocking Pinkphase: mixing time
- Light orange phase: working time
Yellow phase: time in the mouth
- Machine mixing: 8 to 12 seconds (or as per manufacturer’s instructions)
Note: Machine mixing will slightly shorten working and setting times.
- Hand mixing: a vigorous figure of 8 motion is employed for the recommended mixing times as specified below
|Mixing, Working and Setting Times|
|Temperature of water used (in centigrade)||Mixing time (in seconds)||Working time (in minutes)||Setting time from start of mix at 35oC (in minutes)|
Please note that the above setting times assume the impression material is placed in the oral cavity, 30 seconds from the end of mix. In practice, variations in time of placements may occur.