The VALO Grand curing light features everything you’ve come to love from the VALO curing light family, but with a 50% bigger lens. The 12 mm lens is designed to easily cover a 10 mm molar for quick and effective curing. The second activation button on the underside allows for more intuitive operation.
The VALO Grand light uses a custom, multiwavelength light-emitting diode (LED) for producing high-intensity light at 385-515nm capable of polymerizing all light-cured dental materials. This intensity will also penetrate porcelain and is capable of curing underlying resin cements similar to a quality halogen light.
Every VALO Grand curing light starts as a solid bar of tempered, high-grade aerospace aluminum, which is CNC precision milled at Ultradent’s facility in Utah, USA. The unibody construction ensures durability and provides unsurpassed heat dissipation. The elegant, ergonomic, and streamlined design enables the VALO Grand light to easily reach all curing sites without sacrificing patient comfort. The aluminum wand, machined components, and tempered glass lens make it the most durable cordless curing light available.
The VALO Grand Corded curing light has a medical grade, international power supply and is suitable for power outlets from 100 to 240 volts. The handpiece is designed to rest in a standard dental unit bracket or can be custom-mounted using the bracket included in the kit. The VALO Grand Cordless curing light operates on two rechargeable lithium iron phosphate batteries that deliver the consistent high-energy power the VALO light requires.
- Large, 12 mm lens
- Curing button on the underside for intuitive operation
- Ultra-high-energy broadband LEDs cure all dental materials
- Optimally collimated beam delivers a complete, uniform cure
- Three curing options—Standard Power, High Power Plus, and Xtra Power—offer convenience and flexibility
- Slim, ergonomic wand allows unprecedented access to all restoration sites
- Unique unibody design is both extremely durable and lightweight
Ultradent Products, Inc. (“Ultradent”) warrants that this product shall, for a period of 5 years from the date of purchase, when operated according to the operating instructions included with the product, (i) conform in all material respects to the specifications set forth in Ultradent’s documentation accompanying the product; and (ii) be free from defects in material and workmanship. This limited warranty is nontransferable and applies solely to the original purchaser and does not extend to subsequent owners of the product. This limited warranty does not cover any accessory components such as, but not limited to, batteries, chargers, adapters, or adaptive lenses. This limited warranty is void if the product is damaged due to negligence, abuse, misuse, accident, modification, tampering, alteration, or failure to follow the applicable instructions for use. To qualify under this limited warranty, proof of purchase (e.g., sales receipt or similar documention) must be submitted to Ultradent along with the defective product.
Ultradent will either repair or replace defective products, in its sole discrection, that fall under this warranty. In no event shall Ultradent’s liability for the product exceed the purchase price paid by the purchaser. Under no circumstances shall Ultradent be liable for any indirect, incidental, foreseen, unforeseen, special, or consequential damages arising out of or in connection with the use of this product.
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