|G-F 318 E||G-F 318 EO|
|Width||180 mm||180 mm|
|Depth||520 mm||315 mm|
|Height||310 mm||310 mm|
|Electrical connection||230 V, 50 Hz||230 V, 50 Hz|
|Power consumption||700 W||200 W|
|Speed||Approx. 9,000 rpm||Approx. 9,000 rpm|
|Clamping diameter||6 mm||6 mm|
|Filter quality||Dust class M, DIN EN 60335||–|
|Sound pressure level||68 dB (A)||68 dB (A)|
|Microfilter||Staubklasse M, DIN EN 60335||–|
|Sound pressure level||68 dB(A)||–|
|Weight||16 kg||9 kg|
|Housing||Durable, environmentally friendly steel plate housing, RAL 9002, powder coated.||Durable, environmentally friendly steel plate housing, RAL 9002, powder coated.|
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|Article no.||Type||Integrated extraction unit||External extraction unit||Infinitely variable height adjustment|
|10530||G-F 318 E|
|10531||G-F 318 EO|
Why do my dental models break during milling?
Check whether the milling cutter is worn and if it is running true. There may be impurities in the collet chuck.
Why does the super-fine filter on my unit get soiled so quickly?
Make sure the sleeve of the dust bag is seated flush on the connection piece.
Why is the milled surface no longer smooth?
Check the milling cutter, maybe teeth have broken off.
Why is the dust bag on my unit not taking in much dust?
Check whether the super-fine filter is clogged.