• Stomaflex_Very_Light

Stomaflex™ Very Light


Condensation Silicone Impression Material

Impression material of low consistency used in combination with Stomaflex Putty. Material with higher flowability, suitable also for syringe application.

Product benefits

  • Easy dosage and short mixing time due to gel-catalyst
  • No interaction with latex gloves
  • Outstanding detail reproduction even in wet environment
  • Each impression in perfect quality
  • Shows the thinnest margins even in poorly accessible areas


  • Relining impression material for the double-impression technique
  • Low viscosity material for one-step impressions obtained by double-mixing technique
  • Functional impressions of edentulous jaw in individual impression trays
  • Checking of crowns and bridges fitting accuracy

Stomaflex Very Light

4215320PE130 g paste


4215119PE20 - Stomaflex mixing pads


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Stomaflex - Declaration of Conformity
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Stomaflex - Specification
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Stomaflex - Specifikace
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Stomaflex Very Light - Safety Data Sheet
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