Training metal is a yellow alloy that is not used in the mouth, making it possible to conduct practice jobs and produce show pieces with little expenditure of material. The casting features and mechanical properties of training metals are so similar to those of Type 3 (acc. to EN ISO 22674) gold cast alloys that no differences in processing are needed. Training metal can be cast using any conventional casting device. Training metal is free of beryllium, nickel, cadmium and lead.
Two training solders with working temperatures of 800°C and 700°C are available for soldering.