MAGNUM NITENS

WHY USE IT?

  1. A good Vikers hardness combined with an ideal modulus of elasticity make it a versatile alloy with easy workability
  2. Excellent polishability
  3. It is recommended to use with ceramics with a CTE higher than 13.05
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Description

Composition in %
Cobalt (Co) 62,5 % Chrome (Cr) 28,5 % Molybdenum (Mo) 4% Tungsten (W) 3% Others Nb, Fe

Physical and mechanical features

Solidus-liquidus temperature 1369 ÷ 1471 °C
Thermal expansion coefficient (25 ÷ 500 °C) 14,5 x 10-6 K-1 – (25 ÷ 600 °C) 14,7 x 10-6 K-1
Melting point 1340 °C
Density 8,2 g/cmc
Vickers hardness 302 HV10
Percentage elongation at fracture 5%
Yield load strength (Rp0.2) 535 MPa
Modulus of elasticity 195 GPa
Ions release in 7 days
Maximium cooking temperature 980°C
Colour White

CE 0123 ACCORDING TO: ISO 9693-1, ISO 22674

Additional information

Typology

Dental Alloys

Use

Ceramic

Material

Chrome-Cobalt