- Excellent detail reproduction with two viscosities.
- Pseudo plastic properties for precision
- Superior tear strength properties
- Long term dimensional stability – 2 weeks
- Low contact angle
- Better hydrophilicity
- Compatibility with gypsum products
- Better wetting characteristics due to the low contact angle
- Can be cold sterilized
- Care should be taken while extruding or mixing GC Flexceed, to avoid contact with the following materials. (catalyst for C Silicone Impression materials, Polysulfide impression materials, eugenol materials, sulfur, latex, oil, acrylates, glycerol and local anesthesia- spray tube or ointment type.)
- Use plastic or polyethylene gloves while kneading the putty material. Do not use latex gloves.
- Do not interchange the caps or measuring spoons of the containers. More hydrophilic
- Highest tear strength
- Displaces moisture
- Captures critical details
FLEXCEED LIGHT BODY is more hydrophilic:
An imprint material’s capacity to wet surfaces is measured by the initial contact angle of a water drop on it.
In order to consistently provide a precise impression detail, FLEXCEED demonstrates the highest tear strength.
During the removal of the impression, the subgingival and interproximal regions, which are frequently very thin, may tear. Comparing FLEXCEED to other vps imprint materials, tests have shown that it has the strongest strength to resist ripping.