The simplest system for making total acrylic dentures


Used for making upper and lower total prosthesis with acrylic pouring technique.


  • Making total dentures with the Gelcast system is fast (approx. 100 min).
  • There is no cleaning of the plaster from the interdental spaces in the prosthesis.
  • Easier finishing, as the modeling in wax is equal to the casting in acrylate.
  • This method eliminates the risk of the bite elevation, which is what happens with the classic method of making a prosthesis with plaster.

Related products:

Reversible duplicating material used for partial denture, combination work and also suitable for acrylic casting technique. With Gelodouble duplicating material is possible to achieve high degree of reproduction accuracy even for smallest details.

  • It can be reused for 15-20 times.
  • I is elastic, resistant to tearing and has no shrinkage.

Colour: green - transparent
Hardness (shore): ca. 20 Shore


Interacryl Cast is self-curing cadmium-free methyl methacrylate based artificial material, supplied as polymer (powder) and monomer (liquid). In compliance with the international standard EN ISO 20795-1.


  • completion of casted partial removable dentures,
  • relining of dentures,
  • extension of dentures,
  • pouring technique in prosthetics (f.e. Gelcast system).



Used for polymerisation of self-curing acrylics – Interacryl Cold, Interacryl Ortho, Interacryl Cast and Interacryl Plast.
Equipped with pressure gauge, air valve, safety valve and relief valve.
Contents 5 l Max. pressure 2.5 bar/55°C.

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