Denture Molding Equipment Electric-free

Revolutionize your denture workflow with the denture molding equipment – Air Driven.

This innovative electric-free system uses air pressure to inject denture material, preventing dimensional errors of traditional compression methods.

Simplified operation and reduced trimming with durable steel construction.

Shipping weight: 47Kg.

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Electric-free denture production
Denture Molding Equipment Electric-free



Air-powered Denture Makers

The denture molding equipment is an innovative air-driven injection system for producing complete and partial dentures without electricity.

The procedure is simple and efficient. With just the basic components, technicians can handle extensive dental lab procedures, from plaster models to dentistry CAD/CAM design. The system also enables essential instrument, tool and material storage.

The innovative air-driven system brings simplicity and accuracy to denture production. The all-in-one design reduces equipment needs for streamlined dental lab workflow.

Technical table:

Parameter Description
Injection Method Air-driven
Power Supply No electricity required
Air Pressure Range 0.25 – 0.35 MPa
Material Capacity 500g
Operation Clockwise knob rotation
Construction Durable steel
Dimensions 33 x 33 x 80 cm
Weight 45 kg
Shipping Weight 47 kg

Key Features:

  • Air-driven injection molding technology requires no electricity
  • Simplified operation steps compared to traditional compression method
  • Avoids dimensional inaccuracies of traditional compression denture making
  • Saves denture material and reduces trimming time of final product
  • Allows for storage of tools, materials, and equipment in base of unit
  • Durable steel construction with compact footprint
  • Adjustable air pressure up to 0.35 MPa
  • Smooth injection control with clockwise rotating knob
  • Side overflow outlets indicate completed injection cycle

Operation procedures

  1. Remove wax from the model tray using the same method as the traditional approach.
  2. Mix the denture material in the proper proportions and place it in a plastic bag (preferably a self-sealing bag of suitable size).
  3. Knead the bagged denture material into a cylindrical shape and insert it into the material cylinder.
  4. Use the adjusting rod to push the denture material to the bottom of the cylinder.
  5. Puncture the plastic bag from the threaded end of the cylinder using a sharp object.
  6. Unscrew the adjusting rod and insert the compression block into the cylinder.
  7. Screw the cylinder into the inlet of the model tray.
  8. Connect the injection machine to an air compressor, adjust the air pressure to 0.25-0.35 MPa (do not use excessively high air pressure), place the model tray in the injection machine, and turn the knob clockwise to start the injection.
  9. When denture material flows out of the overflow hole on the side of the model tray, the process is complete.
  10. Remove the model tray from the machine, unscrew the cylinder.
  11. Screw in the backflow plug, then boil the tray to polymerize the denture material.