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Porotape®

Fields of application

  • for partial immobilisation, providing support and pressure relief for joints, tendons, muscles and ligaments
  • prophylactic bandages to prevent overuse and injury
  • can be applied 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 edge for easy tearing without fraying

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Support, pressure relief and prevention

Porotape® is used for partial immobilisation, providing support and pressure relief for joints, tendons, muscles and ligaments. It also is used as a prophylactic bandage to prevent overuse and injury. Porotape® is applied directly on the skin or in combination with adhesive bandages or Haftan®.

Individually adaptable

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. Porotape® is water-repellent, easy to unroll and has a strong adhesive. The serrated edges allow easy tearing and prevent fraying at the edges.

Product composition

100 % viscose, zinc oxide rubber adhesive

Ordering information

Porotape®

Dimensions (cm x m)REFShipping units (piece)
2.5 x 10300816/120
3.8 x 103008212/96
3.8 x 10300841/96
5 x 10300836/72

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