Orthoplast Splinting Material

Orthoplast Splinting Material

  • Orthoplast II has more drape than the original Orthoplast
  • Thermoplastic conforms readily to anatomical detail
  • Self-bonding when warm
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Orthoplast II, Solid, 18"W x 24"L x 1/8" thick, cs/4
Item # 4091
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Orthoplast II, Perforated, 24"W x 36"L x 1/8" thick, 2/cs
Item # 4092
In Stock

Orthoplast II thermoplastic for general splinting needs: Ideal for contractures, neurological conditions, pediatrics and burns. Good for fracture bracing and lower extremity orthosis. Allows five to eight minutes of working time in 160° F (71° C) water. Can be heated in an air oven at low temperature for orthotic bracing.

- Maximum resistance to stretch. Orthoplast can be stretched and pulled around curves without thinning.

- Minimum drape with moderate memory. Orthoplast retains its molded shape upon reheating.

- Maximum rigidity so splints will hold their shape against the pull of strong muscles or hypertonicity.

- Bonding is traditional coating with minimal tacky feel that will not adhere to bandages. A wet bond will hold but can be pulled apart once cooled. For a permanent bond use a solvent, dry heat and press together firmly.

- Orthoplast surface finish resists fingerprints. 

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