tg® fix

Tubular Net Bandage

In the right position with quick to apply net bandage

The tg® fix bandage is a large-mesh, highly elastic tubular net bandage. It can be used for the easy and time-saving retention of any type of wound dressing, as well as for applying occlusive films. Because it is so flexible it fits all body contours with no bunching, making it comfortable to wear. This net bandage can applied quickly in every situation.

Stable net — even at home

The run-proof material prevents the mesh from tearing, so openings can be cut where needed. For wound inspection and dressing pad changes the tubular net bandage generally only needs to be lifted up or tucked back a little. Because it is so flexible, it is well suited for follow-up care at home. Because of its adjustable lengths and sizes it works well for both large and small extremities, such as the head, torso, hips, underarms, fingers, hands and many more.

Product composition

71 polyamide (crinkled), 29 non-brightened elastodiene (latex)


tg® fix

stretched length
SizeREFShipping units
4 m rolled in a folding box
A for finger242401/100
B for small extremities (several fingers together/hand/foot)242411/100
C for large extremities (small head/arm/leg)242421/98
D for large head, small trunk242431/58
E for large trunk, hip, armpit242441/28
25 m folded in a cardboard dispenser
A for finger242501/66
B for small extremities (several fingers together/hand/foot)242511/20
C for large extremities (small head/arm/leg)242521/16
D for large head, small trunk242531/16
E for large trunk, hip, armpit242541/12

Fields of application

  • for retention of all types of wound/ointment dressings
  • for application of occlusion films
  • for retention of splints


  • wide-mesh knitted fabric
  • bi-elastic
  • does virtually not crease when adjusted
  • less tearing after being cut to size

To note

  • washable
  • can be sterilised with water vapour (121°C) and radiation


  • for inspecting wounds or changing compression dressings, it is usually sufficient to lift the tubular net or push it back a little

well suited for follow-up care at home