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Cellona® Plaster of Paris Bandage

Fields of application

  • for moulding immobilising casts on injured or fractured limbs


  • versatile
  • ready to dip
  • soaks through rapidly and evenly
  • very creamy
  • easy to mould

To note

  • casts safe for transport after 30 min
  • fully set after 12-24 hours
  • drying time approx. 3-4 minutes
  • recommended water temperature: 20 to 25°C


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Flexible plaster bandages for various applications

Stability and ease of application in one: ready-to-dip Cellona® Plaster of Paris Bandages are very creamy and supple for ease of moulding. They are used to make immobilising casts following fractures. They are also used following surgery or orthopaedic corrections and for the treatment of joint and bone conditions, thus aiding the healing process.

Conforms to contours, sets rapidly

Cellona® Plaster of Paris Bandages save time and mould easily to the contours of the area being treated. They have a relatively short immersion time and become rapidly saturated. The finished bandage sets rapidly and is safe for transport after 30 minutes. They are fully set after around 24 hours.

Product composition

17-thread count cotton gauze fabric, Plaster coating consisting of α- and β-calcium sulphate hemihydrate

Ordering information

Cellona® Plaster of Paris Bandage

Dimensions (cm x m)REF
sealed in individual packs of 5
6 x 225000
8 x 225001
10 x 225002
12 x 225003
15 x 225004
20 x 225005
8 x 325011
10 x 325012
12 x 325013
15 x 325014
20 x 325015
8 x 425021
10 x 425022
12 x 425023
15 x 425024
20 x 425025

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