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nanoXIM•TCP200 is a non-calcined calcium deficient hydroxyapatite powder consisting of nanostructured micron-sized aggregates.

This product is used to manufacture blocks, granules and calcium phosphate cements for bone replacement, allowing a gradual biological degradation over a period of time and a progressive replacement by the natural host tissue.

 

 

   Benefits

 

Promotes fast bone regeneration and an early vascularization due to their osteoconductive and osteostimulative properties
Encourages protein adsorption and osteoblast adhesion
Enhances osteoblast functions
Biocompatible material
Resorbable material replaced by new bone during the healing process

 

   Features

 

Calcium deficient hydroxyapatite
High surface area
High porosity
Nanostructured micron sized powder
Synthetic material

 

  

   Technical Data Sheet

 

nanoXIM•TCP200 powder is a synthetic calcium phosphate form commonly designated by calcium-deficient hydroxyapatite. Once sintered at 1000ºC (following ISO 13779 procedures), a minimum of 95% β-TCP phase purity is ensured in accordance with ASTM F1088-04ɛ1

This powder is non-sintered.

nanoXIM•TCP200 powder is supplied as synthetic nanostructured micron-size particles of 5 μm with a high specific surface area. This feature is achieved in the drying process by spray dryer technique where the nanoparticles in liquid phase are dried as spherical aggregates.

 

Reference  Particle size, d50 (μm) cart
nanoXIM•TCP200 5.0±2.0 ADD
Disclaimer: nanoXIM products are supplied in bulk and in non-sterile form.

 

Physical appearance

SEM of nanoXIMTCP200

 

 

 

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nanoXIM•TCP600 is a calcined β-Tricalcium Phosphate (β-TCP) powder.

This product is used in 3D printing and to manufacture blocks, granules and calcium phosphate cements for bone replacement.

 

 

   Benefits

 

Promotes fast bone regeneration and an early vascularization due to their osteoconductive and osteostimulative properties
Encourages protein adsorption and osteoblast adhesion
Enhances osteoblast functions
Biocompatible material
   

   Features

 

≥ 95% β-TCP phase purity
Low surface area (< 10 m2/g)
Calcined powder
Micron sized powder
Synthetic material

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   Technical Data Sheet

 

nanoXIM•TCP600 powder is a synthetic β-Tricalcium Phosphate (β-TCP). The powder is calcined during production and presents a minimum of 95% β-TCP phase purity in accordance with ASTM F1088-04ɛ1.

nanoXIM•TCP600 powder presents particles with d50 < 20 μm and with a low specific surface area. Agglomerates up to 2 mm maybe present in the powder.

 

Reference  Particle size, (μm) cart
nanoXIM•TCP600

  d10 : ≤ 10

  d50 : ≤ 20

  d90 : ≤ 40

ADD
Disclaimer: nanoXIM products are supplied in bulk and in non-sterile form.

  

Physical appearance

SEM of nanoXIMTCP600 Powder

 

 

 

 

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