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Tungsten Carbide Burs

Tungsten Carbide Burs


Application domain: orthopedic surgery, maxillofacial surgery, neurosurgery
Material: Ultra-high anti-rust and high-hardness stainless steel, Ultra high rust-proof and high wear-resistant stainless steel, diamond, carbide, SDC&CBNC
LZQ is an OEM factory for all kinds of medical bur, such as Cutting Bur/Bone File P190, Drill Key P47, Endoscopic/Arthroscopic Shaver blade P259, Bone Drill Point P227 Bone Fetcher P165, Drill Bit 096, etc. We can also produce a whole kit of tools for customers' surgical cases.

Product Details

1. Carbide butt welded process, edge AA
2. Can be processed according to the required number of blades

Head cutting edge material:
1. High hardness & high wear-resisting carbide (hard alloy) (The general is welded AA)(regular stock)(Solid type can be customized) (HRA90°~94°series).
2. High impact resistant & ultra-high wear resistant tungsten steel (carbide) butt welding (AA) (HRA82°~87°series) tungsten steel edge (It can only be customized with big quantity)
3. Super-high anti-rust high wear resistance stainlesssteel series(AA)(HRC54°±2°Section)
4. General anti-rust high wear resistance stainless steel series(A)(HRC56°~64°Section series)

More efficient cutting
Proprietary blade geometry maximizes cutting efficiency so that less force is required to achieve the same cutting performance as other burs.

More control
burs have 83% more cross cuts than regular operative burs to reduce undesirable bur chatter and deliver smoother cutting action.

During the First World War, Jones served as a Territorial Army surgeon. He found that remedy of fractures both at the front and in hospitals at home was inadequate, and his efforts led to the introduction of military orthopedic hospitals. He was once appointed Inspector of Military Orthopaedics, with responsibility over 30,000 beds. The hospital in Ducane Road, Hammersmith became the mannequin for both British and American army orthopedic hospitals. His advocacy of the use of Thomas splint for the initial treatment of femoral fractures reduced mortality of compound fractures of the femur from 87% to less than 8% in the duration from 1916 to 1918.

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