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Composite / Anesthetic Warmer with digital display
C-Warmer is designed to enhance both the doctors' and patients' comforts. A thermostatically-controlled cartridge/composite warmer significantly reduces curing time with more flowability of composites and conveniently warms anesthetics and composites in one location. It also improves patient's comfort by delivering the restorations at body temperature with "less injection pain." Its user-friendly operation, compact size, and function will provide a significant impact on the everyday clinical routine.
Same Functionality with different slots for your preference
Recommended Temperature Setting
When C-Warmer is turned on, it starts at the ambient temperature. It does not function as a cooler. The temperature will stay at the ambient temperature even when it's set lower than the ambient temperature.
C-Warmer is highly affected by the surrounding temperature such as AC system.
"I found this device remarkable in its simplicity, design, and function."
- David Buchina, DMD
Anesthetic delivery was most comfortable for patients versus [room] temperature. It met with rave reviews by patients.
- Frank Glushefski, DMD
White Haven, PA
"The temperature control works well and is easy to adjust."
- Andrew Mogelof, DDS
"The C-Warmer warms composite to improve its flow and warms anesthetic for increased patient comfort."
- Eric Van Zytveld, DDS
5.31 x 3.29 x 2.96in
Large Slot: 1.2cm
Medium Slot: 0.9cm
Small Slot: 0.8cm
6V DC / 2.5A
1 x Warmer Body
1 x Adapter / Power Cord
1 x Manual
1. Press the power button for 1 sec. to turn on the warmer.
2. Let the warmer to warm up for 10~15 minutes.
3. When power button is pressed shortly, temperature can be adjusted fromLow-Medium-High (30°C-40°C-50°C).
4. Adjust the temperature by pressing ‘▲’/‘▼’ by 1°C.
5. Then, wait after setting the warmer at desired temperature.
C-Warmer digital display shows "OHE"
C-Warmer LED display is flickering
LED display may flicker due to inconsistent electricity flow via adapters. Check your adapter connection on the back of the unit and the power outlets on the wall.