- Coated, non-stick material
- Low elastic memory
- Flexible and light material
- Surface with antibacterial properties
How it works and looks
- Allows observation of the underlying anatomy during forming. Easy to detect pressure points.
- No unintentional suture. Makes it possible to form directly over bandages and cotton liners in postoperative conditions. Coating provides temporary adhesion during manufacture.
- After local warming, minor corrections can be made.
- Flexible orthotics can remind patients to avoid extreme positioning without fully immobilizing their limbs.
- Enables the manufacture of lightweight and therefore more comfortable orthotics.
- Prevents cross-contamination between materials in a splint department and keeps the orthotics hygienically longer. Orthotics have a longer life cycle.
- Soft and flexible peripheral orthotics for protection during sports and activities.
- Transparent orthotics to track healing wounds and scars.
- Use as an interface between burnt skin and a hard shell pressure mask.
- Create a supportive and/or proprioceptive orthotic for patients when stiffness is no longer needed.