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- December 2013
Atlantic Precious Metal Refining (Atlantic), a Pittsburgh-based precious metal refinery serving dental professionals worldwide, is pleased to announce the appointment of Alex Chaban to Customer Service Representative.
In his new position, Chaban is accountable for a wide variety of responsibilities related...
- August 2013
Atlantic Precious Metal Refining (Atlantic), a Pittsburgh-based precious metal refinery serving dental professionals worldwide, is pleased to announce the launch of Strategy Milling, a revolutionary state-of-the-art milling center providing dental professionals convenient, affordable, and never before...
Jensen Dental Announces Launch of the Preciso Education Connection; Contains Suite of Online Tools For CAD/CAM Users
NORTH HAVEN, Conn. - Jensen Dental today announced the launch of the Preciso Education Connection, a suite of online tools and information for users of the Preciso Digital Dentistry Solution.
The Preciso Education Connection makes it easy to access a variety of useful information for Jensen's CAD/CAM...
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- April 2013
Heraeus' Precious Metal Refining Division to Donate to Foundation For Dental Laboratory Technology For 3rd Straight Year
Heraeus Kulzer, LLC, the worldwide leader in dental esthetics, announced today that in 2013 its Precious Metal Refining Division will support the Foundation for Dental Laboratory Technology (FDLT) with a donation for the third consecutive year.
A non-profit organization founded in 2008 with funding from the National Association of Dental Laboratories (NADL), FDLT's purpose is to advance the profession of dental laboratory technology by developing educational curriculums and programs for dental...
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- January 2013
Heraeus Kulzer North America is part of the Heraeus Group which was founded over 160 years ago and today generates annual revenues of over $6 billion with precious metal trading revenues of over $25 billion. The parent company employs more than 13,300 people in over 120 countries.
In 2011, its Refining Division began making annual donations to the NADL's Foundation for Dental Laboratory Technology based on the value of refined scrap from NADL/FDLT member laboratories. Heraeus also co-sponsors the...
- March 2012
Tip 1 Set up regular collection procedures in your lab and designate these
tasks to one person.
Tip 2 Send your scrap in on a regular schedule rather than holding it for long
periods of time; frequent shipments allow you to keep track of your assets.
Tip 3 Create a comprehensive checklist to ensure you're routinely collecting
scrap in every possible place, including on floors and in rugs and air
Tip 4 Use a reputable company that will value all precious metal components
Heraeus Kulzer's Precious Metal Refining Division has donated almost $20,000 to the Foundation for Dental Laboratory Technology (FDLT). In 2011, Heraeus announced it would donate a portion of the value of scrap it refined from all NADL/FDLT-member laboratories. The company's commitment remains in effect for 2012.
"Heraeus Kulzer is to be commended for its foresight in its commitment to dental laboratory technology education by providing consistent contributions to the Foundation through linkages...Share This Topic ElsewhereRecent Activity
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Four members of the Mappin family are involved in Strategy Milling, a division of Atlantic Precious Metal...See more Refining. From l. to r.: Scott Mappin, Mike Mappin, Don Mappin Sr. and Darlene Mappin.
Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton (seated) signs the Minnesota Dental Laboratory Registration Bill into...See more law. Looking on are (from l. to r.): Sheryle Hazard, CAE, Executive Director, MDLA; Todd Mayclin, CDT, MDLA Vice President; John Maguire, Maguire Refining, MDLA Boardmember; and Gary Iocco, MDLA President. — tagged John Maguire, Todd Mayclin and Gary Iocco
Management · Heraeus Kulzer · Mar 23, 2012
Got scrap? Given the high prices of gold and todayâs economic environment, itâs more important than ever to be savvy about scrap collection and refining. Tony Circelli, the âProfessor of Scrap,â offers these tips for maximizing your returns.
While rising gold prices have convinced some participants of LMT’s 2012 Fee Survey to incorporate alloy surcharges, others are trying to simplify pricing with flat rates for certain restorations.
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