BETA TRİ CALCİUM
|Total Heavy Metal:||< 30 ppm|
|As:||< 3 ppm|
|Cd:||< 5 ppm|
|Hg:||< 5 ppm|
Adopting the notion that all patients who are in need should be able to procure Beta Tri Calcium without difficulties, Periyod Chemical aims to reach all surgical operations in all 195 countries that accept certifications with either through channels of access or its capacity to produce operations.
In particular, the β-TCP raw material that is used in the production of synthetic bone grafts and scaffold is produced entirely in LINACOL production facilities with domestic and national resources.
Tricalcium phosphate (TCP) is a calcium salt of the chemical formula Ca3 (PO4) 2 of phosphoric acid. It is a white solid with low solubility.
Most commercial examples of “tricalcium phosphate” are actually hydroxyapatites.
Ca / P ratio in pure TCP is 1.5.
Tricalcium phosphate is used as an anti-kneading agent in powdered spices; table salt to prevent agglomeration. It is also found in baby powder and toothpaste. Additionally, it’s also used as a nutritional supplement.
It forms inorganic parts of human bones and teeth. In the last thirty years, it has seen usage in increasing proportions as filling of defects, fractures and cavities of bones and teeth and tissue replacement around the world.