Manual screw driver for abutments H15 Hex1.25

usdm-1515
5 reviews

Manual screw driver is used for hand-tighten the healing cap. It must be rotated clockwise to tihght the healing cap. The hexagonal shape of the instrument top allows it to fit perfectly into cap.

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$35

Heights
H15
Platform / Connection
Instruments
Screw driver type
Hex, 1.27 mm
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$35

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SHIPPING COST
ESTIMATED DELIVERY TIME
TRACKING INFORMATION
USPS
Free
1–2 business days
Available
DHL Express
Free
5–10 business days
Available

We accept payments by Credit Cards (Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, American Express), PayPal, Google Pay and Apple Pay.

All payment methods are secured with an SSL certificate and are completely secure. The website has been checked and protected by international data protection systems.

Please note that the returned item must not be damaged or used and must be sent in the original packaging. Returns can be initiated within 60 days of receipt.

Refunds are made no later than 5 business days from the date of receipt of the parcel at the company's warehouse.

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FAQ

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It is made of Grade 23 titanium-vanadium-aluminum alloy, which is highly durable and abrasion resistant.

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  1. Nancy Young

    hi, I was going through the product page and had some concerns about the durability of this manual screw driver over time. Can you let me know what type of steel is used to make this and how long it is expected to last with regular use? I want to make sure it has a decent lifespan. Appreciate your help!

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    • Diana Carter

      It made from ss420. The corresponding tensile strength and Rockwell hardness are 1550-1930 MPa (225-280 ksi) and 48-56 HRC. So it has a decent lifespan

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  2. MargaretKing

    I noticed in the product description that this screw driver is compatible with multiple abutment types. I’m curious – does it also work with Nobel Biocare abutments? I have a mix of implant systems so want to make sure this driver will work with all of them before purchasing. Looking forward to your reply, thanks!

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    • Diana Carter

      This screwdriver with Hex1.25mm so it will work with abutments and screws 1.25-1.27mm screwdriwer type what is suitible for most manufactures. To know for sure, it`s needed to look at the specification of abutments and screw of a particular brand

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  3. ronald4daM

    thank you for such crafted instrument. it allows me to properly seat abutments

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  4. Dr. Jessica Green

    Thanks for the great screw driver! It worked perfectly for installing my dental abutments.

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  5. debra g

    Was looking at the manual screw driver for abutments and had a question – what torque needed to screw the healing cap? I`m hesitating between using a manual screwdriver or torque wrench with key. Thank you!

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    • Helen Clark

      For healing caps Torque is 15 Ncm. Manual screw driwer it`s usually enought. For fixing abutments or final prosthetic screw we recommend to use torque ratchet wrench with key.

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