- N.1 (yellow) diameter 50;
- N.2 (red) diameter 80;
- N.3 (blue) diameter 100.
Berger’s condensers are distributed in 3 different diameters with different lengths, and more efficient in condensing each third of the root canal.
Other market pluggers have a diameter of 15 to 40 and are very thin, closer to a spreader, therefore, they are not so effective in apical condensation.
After heating and lamination of a gutta-percha cone or an apical filling, the use of finger pluggers (with handle/manual) for apical condensation, has led to cone or filling removal, forcing the professional to restart the procedure.What's the difference between a plugger and a spreader?
Spreaders are instruments to create space to improve the quality of the lateral condensation technique. It has a tapered tip.
Pluggers are tools intended to be used cold to condense the filling in apical direction. It has a faceted tip. Their purpose is to condense, push the heated filling. The Berger’s condenser can also be used heated to laminate and condense the filling in the apical direction.What is the lifespan of this instrument?
The steel is of high quality, which minimizes deformation in the instrument, providing a higher lifespan than conventional stainless steel.
With the signature of a specialist!Description
Condensation and cut of gutta percha used in filling the canal.Characteristics
- Small diameter tip
- Plastic handle
- Different lengths with standardized diameters
- Autoclavable packaging
- Reduces the risk of removing the filling during cutting
- Improves condensation, preventing failures in the middle third and root canal apical third
- Does not burn the hand of the operator responsible for the thermo-compression technique
- Provides adequate cuts and condensation in each portion of the root canal
- Better wrapping and biosecurity
- Ref. 3960 - Berger's Condenser 01 plugger No. 1, 01 plugger No. 2 and 01 plugger No. 3