Precise torque control
The cordless prosthodontic screwdriver has precise torque control. This enables precise, risk-free tightening of retaining screws.
Using the W&H prosthodontic screwdriver also reduces the number of ratchet systems. Only mechanical rotary instruments are required.
The main features at a glance
Precise torque control
- Torque control for risk-free tightening of the retaining screw
Automatic stopping when the adjusted torque
- Constant speed saves time
- Cordless for ease of use
- Small head for the best view
- Torque wrenches and ratchets are redundant
Precise torque controlAdjustable from 8 to 40 Ncm in 1 Ncm steps.
This allows precise, risk-free tightening of retaining screws.Constant speed saves time
Constant speed saves timeAt 25 revolutions per minute it takes less than 10 seconds to tighten a retaining screw.Lubricated for life
Lubricated for lifeThe thermo washer disinfectable and sterilizable contra-angle is lubricated for life and must not be oiled.
Prosthodontic screwdriver IA-400
handpiece drive IA-40 H with key pad,
contra-angle IA-80 with hexagon chucking system,
charging station, battery Li-Ion, mains cable
Instructions for use
Find all languages of the Update Hygiene and Maintenance (EN ISO 17664:2017) in the Download Centre.
Handpiece drive IA-400 Battery type: Li-Ion Battery voltage: 3.7 V Rated capacity: 680 mAh Speed of the instrument: 25 min -1 Torque: 8 – 40 Ncm Charging time: approx. 100 minutes Battery capacity: approx. 40 screws at average torque Weight: 90 g Charging station Mains voltage: 100 – 240 V Frequency: 50 – 60 Hz Rated current: 0.08 – 0.12 A Power: 5 W Weight: 345 g Contra-angle IA-80* Type: IA-80 Transmission ratio: 80:1 Coupling system: W&H special coupling
*The contra-angle IA-80 is thermo washer disinfectable and sterilizable up to 135 °C
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