Sintered Diamond Burs HP


Achieve accuracy and smoothness in your lab

Sintered diamond burs are rotary instruments made for dental technicians and dental laboratories. They are designed for working on a wide variety of materials, including Metals, Ceramics, Acrylics and more. 

Sintered diamond burs come in a wide range of shapes and sizes, each of which is designed for a specific purpose. For example, coarse-grit burs are used to remove large amounts of material, while fine-grit burs are used for more delicate procedures such as finishing and polishing.

Some common applications for sintered diamond burs in the dental laboratory include:

  • Grinding and polishing metal alloys used in crowns, bridges, and other dental restorations
  • Contouring and polishing ceramic crowns, veneers, and inlays/onlays
  • Removing excess acrylic from dentures and partials
  • Trimming and polishing plaster and stone models

 Advantages of Sintered diamond burs:

  • Efficiency: Sintered diamond burs can remove material quickly and efficiently, which can save time and money.
  • Accuracy: Sintered diamond burs are very accurate, which allows dental technicians to create precise and well-fitting restorations.
  • Longevity: Sintered diamond burs last longer than other types of burs, which can reduce the overall cost of dental laboratory supplies.

Overall, sintered diamond burs are a valuable investment for any dental laboratory. They offer a number of advantages over other types of burs, making them an essential tool for dental technicians and other professionals who work with a variety of materials.

How to use Sintered Diamond Burs effectively:

  • Use a light touch and avoid pressing down too hard on the bur, as this can cause it to overheat and damage the material you are working on.
  • Use a steady, controlled motion when using the bur.
  • Keep the bur cool by using a water spray or coolant.
  • Inspect the bur regularly for signs of wear and tear. Replace the bur if it is damaged or dull.

By following these tips, you can ensure that you are getting the most out of your sintered diamond burs and producing high-quality dental restorations and other products.


Each pack contains 1 HP bur of the following grits:

Super Coarse - Non precious and hard metals (such as Chrome-Cobalt, Titanium) 

Coarse - Non precious and hard metals (such as Chrome-Cobalt, Nickel Chrome)

Medium - Soft and hard metals (such as Chrome-Cobalt, Nickel Chrome, Gold)

Fine  - Ceramics, Porcelain

Super Fine -  Ceramics, Porcelain, Zirconia, Alumina

Cat. No.   Head size (1/10 mm) Head length (mm)
50 2
31 5
31 10
31 10
31 10
31 10
31 10
50 10
50 10
50 10
50 10
50 10
50 10
100 2
50 13
50 13
50 13
30180 180 0.3
100 1.2



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