Burnout Cap 


  The Burnout Caps are burnout resin sleeves for modelling reconstructions with an incorporated screw channel. They are particularly suitable for laboratories that do not work with CAD/CAM systems but still want to achieve the highest precision in their restorations. Modelling the wax reconstruction on the resin sleeves, guarantees a perfect fit between the prosthesis and the titanium base after the burn-out process and subsequent casting or pressing.
 
The Burnout Caps can be used on titanium bases K85 as well as on Zirkonzahn Multi Unit Abutments NON HEX and Multi Unit Abutments 17°. Since the titanium bases K85 can be individually shortened to the length of the restoration, these Burnout Caps are conceived in two parts and consist of a Burnout Cap Base and a Burnout Cap Extension.
Burnout Caps for conical titanium bases NON HEX K85
 
Burnout Caps for parallel titanium bases HEX K85
 
Burnout Caps for Zirkonzahn Multi Unit Abutment
 
Burnout Caps – Step by Step
 

Burnout Caps for conical titanium bases NON HEX K85


       

Diameter: Ø 3.75
Item number: BCAD3750K85
Coming soon
 
Diameter: Ø 4.00
Item number: BCAD4000K85
 
Diameter: Ø 4.25
Item number: BCAD4250K85
 
Diameter: Ø 4.50
Item number: BCAD4500K85
Coming soon
 
Diameter: Ø 4.75
Item number: BCAD4750K85
 
       

Diameter: Ø 5.00
Item number: BCAD5000K85
 
Diameter: Ø 5.25
Item number: BCAD5250K85
 
Diameter: Ø 5.50
Item number: BCAD5500K85
Coming soon
 
Diameter: Ø 5.75
Item number: BCAD5750K85
 
Diameter: Ø 6.00
Item number: BCAD6000K85
Coming soon
 
       

Diameter: Ø 6.25
Item number: BCAD6250K85
 
Diameter: Ø 6.50
Item number: BCAD6500K85
Coming soon
 
Diameter: Ø 6.75
Item number: BCAD6750K85
Coming soon
 
Diameter: Ø 7.00
Item number: BCAD7000K85
Coming soon
 
Diameter: Ø 7.25
Item number: BCAD7250K85

Burnout Caps for parallel titanium bases HEX K85


       

Diameter: Ø 3.75
Item number: BCAB3750K85
Coming soon
 
Diameter: Ø 4.00
Item number: BCAB4000K85
 
Diameter: Ø 4.25
Item number: BCAB4250K85
 
Diameter: Ø 4.50
Item number: BCAB4500K85
 
Diameter: Ø 4.75
Item number: BCAB4750K85
 
       

Diameter: Ø 5.00
Item number: BCAB5000K85
 
Diameter: Ø 5.25
Item number: BCAB5250K85
 
Diameter: Ø 5.50
Item number: BCAB5500K85
Coming soon
 
Diameter: Ø 5.75
Item number: BCAB5750K85
 
Diameter: Ø 6.00
Item number: BCAB6000K85
 
       

Diameter: Ø 6.25
Item number: BCAB6250K85
 
Diameter: Ø 6.50
Item number: BCAB6500K85
Coming soon
 
Diameter: Ø 6.75
Item number: BCAB6750K85
Coming soon
 
Diameter: Ø 7.00
Item number: BCAB7000K85
Coming soon
 
Diameter: Ø 7.25
Item number: BCAB7250K85

Burnout Caps for Zirkonzahn Multi Unit Abutment


       

Zirkonzahn MUA
Item number: BCAH9231
               

Burnout Caps – Step by Step


 
  Adjust the Burnout Cap Base to the length of the titanium base (see instructions).
  Screw the titanium base to the laboratory analogue.
  Place the Burnout Cap Base on the titanium base. Insert the Burnout Cap Extension into the Burnout Cap Base through the top.
  Shorten the Burnout Cap Extension to the individual length of the antagonist.
  Model the wax reconstruction around the Burnout Cap. Remove the final wax model together with the Burnout Cap from the titanium base.
  Provide the reconstruction with casting channel (preferably with reservoir) and fix it to the casting tray.
  Put the casting ring (if necessary with liner) on the wax model.
  Fill the casting ring with investment material and let it harden (follow the instructions of the respective manufacturer).

Attention: avoid air pockets!
  Remove the casting tray and, if necessary, the outer ring before burning out.

Heat the casting ring until the wax is completely burnt out (observe the heating parameters in the manufacturer's instructions for the investment material and the metal used).
  After reaching the preheating temperature, fill the cavity with metal (follow the respective manufacturer's instructions).

Alternatively, pressed ceramics can also be used (observe manufacturer's instructions for processing).
  Remove the investment material from the reconstruction and cut off the casting channel with a cutting disc.
  Finish the reconstruction with different tools (e.g. tungsten carbide burs, rubber polishers) and veneer with ceramic if necessary.

After finishing, the titanium base is cemented to the reconstruction.