Diamond burs FG
How do I find the right bur?
You'll find your bur by setting the filters You'll find the filters on the left side of the webshop or at the top of the webshop when using a smartphone or tablet.. You can set multiple filters to make the selection smaller and smaller. The filters use the ISONumber coding system for rotary instruments of the 'International Organization for Standardization' - ISO 6360. number coding system. In this system each bur has a uniqueThis way you can find the exact same bur at different manufacturers. number. This number is made up of a 5 x 3 digit code.
For example: 806 This number indicates a diamond bur. 314 This number refers to the handpiece connection (FG) and the length of the shaft (313 is short, 314 is standard, 315 is long). 524 This number refers to the diamond grit (514 is fine, 524 is standard, 534 is coarse), you can set this filter. 001 This is the ISO figure number of the bur, 001 is round, you can set this filter. 016 This is the diameter of the bur, expressed in the number of millimeters x 10. Thus a diameter of 1.2 mm will be 012, you can set this filter..
In addition you can also filter on the shaperound, cylinder, flame, etc. of the bur, the applicationoperation index, the head lengthThe length of the head is measured from the beginning of the diamond bur to the tip of the bur. of the bur and the KometThis is the old "number coding system for rotary instruments". Each bur shape has its own three digit code. They usually start with an 8. For example, 801 for a round bur number.
CustomWhen desired we can visit you with our extended bur book which contains all the physical burs. Together we will find your bur. Do note not-standard burs have a minimum order quantity of 10 boxes or 30 pieces. cannot find your bur? We supply a lot more burs than what we keep on stock. Contact us for the possibilities.