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Porotape®

Fields of application

  • for partial immobilization providing support and pressure
    relief for joints, tendons, muscles and ligaments
  • prophylactic bandages for the prevention of overexertion
    and injury
  • porotape is used directly on the skin or in combination with adhesive bandages or Haftan.

Properties

  • non-elastic
  • high tensile strength
  • tearable lengthwise and widthwise
  • water-repellent
  • strong adhesive
  • easy to unroll
  • serrated edges for easy tearing without fraying

Support, pressure relief and prevention

Porotape is designed to be used for partial immobilization providing support and pressure relief for joints, tendons and ligaments. It also is used as a prophylactic bandage to prevent overexertion and injury. Porotape is used directly on the skin or in combination with adhesive bandages or Haftan.

Individually adjustable

Porotape is non-elastic, stable and has high tensile strength. It can be torn both widthwise and lengthwise, which allows users to vary length and width, for areas such as a knuckle where only a small strip is needed. Furthermore, Porotape is water-repellent, easy to unroll and it has a strong adhesive. The serrated edges make tearing off pieces easier and prevents fraying at the edges.

Product composition

100% viscose, zinc oxide rubber adhesive.

Ordering information

Porotape®

10 m long
Size (cm x m) REFShipping Units (pcs.)Weight in kg (SC/TC)
2.5 x 10300816/120 0.44/9.10
3.8 x 10
300841/96 0.11/10.58
3.8 x 10
3008212/96 1.24/10.30
5.0 x 10
300836/72 0.82/10.30

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