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Composite Warmer

The Calset unit is designed to heat composite material, anesthetic solution and porcelain veneers. The Calset unit accepts composite from compules or syringed material. A tray placed on the top of the heater will either hold compules, or will have a holder for your composite dispenser. Available in all worldwide voltage.

There are a variety of benefits and protocols for warming in dentistry. From composites to anesthetics – dentists need a flexible way to warm while they work.

The Calset system includes a warmer with a variety of trays available. The trays can be interchanged to adapt to your protocols.

“I have been a Calset user for the last 7 years and it has never let me down! These are built to last! The New Calset Mult-Tray does everything and is my favorite version of the Calset tray configurations. It warms my loaded composite PLT, and heats additional PLTs perfectly. It also works excellently to heat composite syringes, instruments, and even anesthetic cartridge.”
– Matt Nejad, DDS – Instructor at Biomimetic Dentistry CE

“The pre-heating of composite, such as with the Calset, provides significant increase in composite flow over using the material at room temperature.”
– Dr. Frederick A. Rueggeberg

“I’ve been using the Calset warmer for several years and it has become an indispensable part of my practice.  Not only does it make today’s heavily filled composites easier to express, but heating enhances the physical properties of the resins, making for a stronger and more durable restoration.”
– Douglas L. Lambert, DDS, FACD, FASD, FASDA, FICD, ABAD

“Composites are heated in order to increase their flow properties and allow better adaptation to cavity preparation,” Dr Lawson explains. “In this way, a conventional composite can behave almost like a flowable composite when first dispensed and then regain some of its sculpting abilities once it returns to room temperature.”
– A quote by Nate Lawson on Dental Products Report


  • Heats composite material to 98°F (37°C), 130°F (54°C), or 155°F (68°C)
  • Maintains constant temperature
  • Increases degree of cure
  • Warms finishing instruments


  • Shortens curing time by over 80%
  • Improves composite flow by 68%
  • Reduces microleakage
  • Decreases shrinkage stress
  • Warms finishing instruments for improved marginal adaptation
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