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1S Curing Light JR-CL37H(2020)

1S Curing Light JR-CL37H(2020)

1.Broad Spectrum 1s curing light with 2 years guarantee!
2.constant working currents design(light intensity stability, no light decay problem)
3.Use the USA chips for PCB, it ensures stable performance
4.360 degree rotatable aluminum alloy metal head completely solve the problems of falling,breaking and cracking
5.Super good quality chargeable Li-ion battery with 3-5 years lifetime, with double protection boards, long standby time for 1 year

What is Dental Curing Light:

The dental curing light is firstly invented by Dentsply/Caulk in 1970s. According to Wikipedia, the led dental curing light is one of the most practical dental equipment that is used for the polymerization of light-cure resin-based composites. It only can be used on materials that can be cured by light. The light dental curing light uses is belong to the visible blue light spectrum. The light is delivered over a range of wavelengths and varies for each type of device. Four basic dental curing light sources are used in the dental curing lights: tungsten halogen, light-emitting diodes (LED), plasma arcs, and lasers. halogen and LEDs are the two most commonly used in dental curing light lamp.

Features of 1sec Curing Light
Broad-spectrum curing light, easily for orthodontic bracket bonding, porcelain veneer bonding and aesthetic resin filling and restoration.
Normal curing light is with 420-480nm spectrum, suits for traditional materials containing (CQ) only, but for the resin materials containing new photo initiators like TPO, such as Tetric N-Ceram Bulk Fill, Amel-ogen Plus, ENA Hri, etc., can’t solidify completely.
New JR-CL37H (2020) model is with 385-520nm wavelength, suits for more resin materials than normal curing light.
Light intensity upgrade, up to 2200mW/cm2, use 10W imported 4 in 1 chips from USA, 3 blue and 1 purple light, which ensure a thorough curing.”

Adaptor Voltage: AC100-240V,50/60Hz
Wavelength: 385-520nm
Light Intensity:    
Super Strong Light Curing Mode: 2200mW/cm2  
Normal Curing Mode: 1600mW/cm2
Different Times Setting:
Super Strong Light Curing Mode:1s, 3s. It can cure liquid resin
Normal Curing Mode: 5s,10s,15s,20s

1pc/package,Dimension :25*18*8cm
Gross Weight:800g

Q&A

Question: How long is the appropriate time for light-curing fillings to be illuminated? How long is the best time to light-cure a bonding material?
Answer: It depends on the filling materials and the types of dental curing lights. The 1second curing light is used for orthodontic bracket bonding, porcelain veneer bonding, and aesthetic resin filling and restoration. It could cure the traditional materials containing (CQ) in one second. But, 1s light cures incompletely resin materials containing new photo initiators like TPO, such as Tetric N-Ceram Bulk Fill, Amel-ogen Plus, ENA Hri, etc.
Question: Are there any disadvantages to too long irradiation time?
Answer: There is little impact on the filling material. But the long irradiation time would cause excessive heat and irritate the pulp and soft tissues.

Why Choose Jerry’s Dental Curing Lights?

As one of the world-leading dental equipment suppliers, Jerry manufactures dental equipment and supplies top-quality dental curing light. Adopting the USA chips to construct the PCB, Jerry’s curing lights have a stable performance. Jerry only uses top-quality batteries with 3-5 years’ lifetime. Furthermore, Jerry also supports battery customized service to has double protection boards and a 1-year standby time. Last but not least, the dental curing light price in Jerry is reasonable. You could get the best 1second curing light, fast curing light, built-in curing light, broad spectrum led curing light at best price.
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The Ultimate FAQ Guide

There are four basic types of dental curing light sources: tungsten halogen, light-emitting diodes (LED), plasma arcs, and lasers. The two most common are halogen and LEDs. In the early 1960s, the first light curing resin composites were developed.

A curing light is a light which is designed to rapidly cure a resin. Curing lights are used primarily in the dental industry, where they are used in fillings, sealants, and adhesives for various dental procedures.

LEDs as light-curing sources were first suggested in the literature in 1995. A short history of LED curing in dentistry was published in 2013. This light uses a gallium nitride-based semiconductor for blue light emission.

If you have a restorative practice, it’s an essential product, because an effective light will achieve success, while an inefficient one will make efforts tedious and less consistent. Below, we’ll give you a basic outline of the basics, and what experts such as the the Dental Advisor say about choosing curing lights.

There are 4 types of dental curing lights. All of them are capable of achieving the blue wavelength that is intended for polymerization. Among the 4, the two most common are LEDs and halogens.

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