Lares 557 Push Button Turbine

Lares 557 Push Button Turbine

$122.95
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Product Number:

25-77
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This is a replacement turbine for the Lares 557 push button handpiece. Does NOT include the end cap.

Made in the USA.

Six month warranty.

Replacement Parts:
End cap (#25-77-C)
End cap wrench (#25-77-W)
Bearing kit (#25-206)
Turbine spindle (#25-313)
Two-piece turbine impeller (#25-408)

Replacement Instructions for Lares 557 Push Button Turbine (PDF):

  1. Using specialized wrench provided with your handpiece, unscrew cap from handpiece head and remove worn turbine by pushing out from the front.
  2. Interior of head must be inspected for foreign material and debris—remove if present.
  3. Compare worn turbine to new turbine to identify any components that may still be present in your handpiece. Use a scaler or explorer to remove all old turbine components including any shims, o-rings, washers, or bearing retainers.
  4. Once all old turbine components have been removed, use a cotton swab and handpiece lubricant to clean handpiece head. Using air from the air/water syringe, blow out handpiece head to remove any cotton fibers.
  5. Generously lubricate the interior of the handpiece, paying particular attention to the o-rings.
  6. Hold handpiece face down and insert turbine fully into handpiece head.
  7. Using the appropriate tool, screw end cap down until flush against handpiece head.
  • Details

    This is a replacement turbine for the Lares 557 push button handpiece. Does NOT include the end cap.

    Made in the USA.

    Six month warranty.

    Replacement Parts:
    End cap (#25-77-C)
    End cap wrench (#25-77-W)
    Bearing kit (#25-206)
    Turbine spindle (#25-313)
    Two-piece turbine impeller (#25-408)

    Replacement Instructions for Lares 557 Push Button Turbine (PDF):

    1. Using specialized wrench provided with your handpiece, unscrew cap from handpiece head and remove worn turbine by pushing out from the front.
    2. Interior of head must be inspected for foreign material and debris—remove if present.
    3. Compare worn turbine to new turbine to identify any components that may still be present in your handpiece. Use a scaler or explorer to remove all old turbine components including any shims, o-rings, washers, or bearing retainers.
    4. Once all old turbine components have been removed, use a cotton swab and handpiece lubricant to clean handpiece head. Using air from the air/water syringe, blow out handpiece head to remove any cotton fibers.
    5. Generously lubricate the interior of the handpiece, paying particular attention to the o-rings.
    6. Hold handpiece face down and insert turbine fully into handpiece head.
    7. Using the appropriate tool, screw end cap down until flush against handpiece head.
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