composite cone


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composite cone

[kəm′päz·ət ′kōn]
(geology)
A large volcanic cone constructed of lava and pyroclastic material in alternating layers.
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Berlin, Germany, March 19, 2015 --(PR.com)-- During the IDS—the International Dentalshow in Cologne—berlin-based company botiss biomaterials GmbH has launched three innovative products: maxgraft[R] cortico[R], a new version of the well-known mucoderm[R] matrix and collacone[R] max, an improved biomimetic composite cone. These were designed for particular dental indications such as shell, socket seal and socket preservation techniques.
collacone[R] max is an innovative, biomimetic composite cone designed for socket preservation, which supports the osseous regeneration of the alveolus and prevents soft tissue collapse.
* Backfill around new composite cone sections was completed and paved surfaces restored:
The SoundPoles each contain seven 2" x 3" EOSS designed, Kevlar composite cone drivers and one ribbon tweeter mounted in a column enclosure, 1/16" thick.
"It's the roots of three volcanoes that are composite cones formed in the Mid-Continent rift system with deep fault structures that went deep into the mantle, tapped these balsaltic magmas and intrusions that have platinum, palladium and copper in them, which came up along the fractures."