Darby Carbide Burs
Tungsten carbide burs designed with advanced manufacturing techniques
Figure 1 | Darby Carbide Burs are made from the highest quality, fine grade tungsten carbide, using a unique method of construction. The burs are manufactured using the latest equipment and backed by 20 strict inspection and control procedures throughout the process. The tungsten carbide burs not only meet, but also greatly exceed stringent ISO, FDA, BSI, and CE European Standards.
Darby tungsten carbide burs are designed, manufactured, and finished for optimum strength, performance, and durability. An important element of every bur is the brazing technique. The burs are brazed in the neck as opposed to the base of the head as found in many competitive products. The neck is 100% carbide and delivers optimum concentricity and strength.
Darby tungsten carbide burs are engineered to cut more effectively, with a greater blade contact on the tooth surface and reduced risk of chipping or breakage. The design ensures a fast, smooth, vibration-free performance, reducing patient discomfort as well as operating time.
The shank of each bur is made from stainless steel, allowing every bur to be autoclaved many times, if required, without the risk of corrosion.
Darby Carbide Burs are available in the following designs and quantities:
• Carbide FG/R—10 blister pack
• Carbide FG/RA SURG—10 blister pack
• Carbide FG SHORT—10 blister pack
• Carbide HP—5 blister pack
In addition, all popular shapes and sizes of Darby Carbide Burs are available in 100-count clinic packs. This product upholds the trusted reputation that Darby Dental has prided itself on since 1948.
1. Maximum Durability
Brazed at the base of the 100% carbide neck rather than the head to ensure maximum strength and decrease the risk of breakage
2. Efficient Cutting
Greater blade contact on tooth surface
3. Multiple Options
All popular shapes and sizes are available in 5, 10, and 100 packs
4. No Corrosion
Shank is made from stainless steel to allow multiple autoclaving without the
risk of corrosion
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