Rolyan Aquaplast-T SuperPerf 2.4mm Splinting Material (46 x 61cm)
The Rolyan Aquaplast-T SuperPerf 2.4mm Splinting Material (46 x 61cm) is a coated thermoplastic splinting material with moderate resistance to stretch. Providing the optimum combination of intimate conformability and resistant stretch, Aquaplast-T becomes translucent when heated, allowing easier identification of pressure points and landmarks for positioning to provide maximum comfort.
- 1 x Sheet of 2.4mm Splinting Material
What Size Is the Splinting Material?
The Roylan Splinting Material measures 46 x 61cm, allowing you to cut it to the required size. It features a thickness of 2.4mm.
Who Can Use the Rolyan Aquaplast-T?
The Rolyan Aquaplast-T is recommended for a number of clinical applications, including:
- Serial splints
- Hand, wrist, finger and thumb splints
- Dynamic outrigger bases
- Elbow splints using the pinch and pop technique
At 2.4mm thick, this product provides moderate support with reduced weight and bulkiness. This makes it perfect for a wide range of static, dynamic splints or progressive splints where less weight is desired, such as arthritis, thumb, hand wrist and small area splints.
SuperPerf 38% Perforation
This version of the Aquaplast-T splinting material features a 38% SuperPerf perforation pattern. This results in lighter weight, exceptional ventilation and greater comfort and compliance.
Handling Characteristics of the Rolyan Aquaplast-T 2.4mm
- Optimum combination of intimate conformability and resistant stretch
- Features 100% memory, allowing repeated reheating and economical splint revisions
- SuperPerf 38% perforation for lighter weight, exceptional ventilation and improved comfort and compliance
- Translucent when heated
- Edges trim easily
Bonding of the Rolyan Aquaplast-T Splinting Material
The Rolyan Aquaplast-T SuperPerf 2.4mm Splinting Material should be heated for one minute in water at 70° – 75°C for 2 – 3 minutes of working time.
- For a temporary bond, pinch heated surfaces together
- For a permanent bond, remove the coating with spirits or by safely scraping with a sharp instrument