Rolyan San-Splint OptiPerf Beige Splinting Material
The Rolyan San-Splint OptiPerf Beige Splinting Material is ideal whenever the highest levels of control and rigidity are required. Rolyan’s most rigid thermoplastic, San-Splint is a rubber-based isoprene material, which provides maximum resistance to stretch.
The Rolyan Splinting Material is available as either a single sheet or a pack of four sheets. Your required option can be selected from the drop-down menu at the top of the page.
What Size Is the Splinting Material?
The Rolyan Splinting Material measures either 61 x 91cm or 46 x 61cm as required. You can choose a thickness of either 1.6mm or 3.2mm from the drop-down menu at the top of the page.
Who Can Use the Rolyan San-Splint Thermoplastic?
Uncoated, the material enables easy and secure permanent bonding – perfect for adding strapping, padding and attachments. This version of the material features 2.5% OptiPerf perforation, providing improved comfort and compliance without loss of rigidity, and this makes it ideal for the following:
- Upper and lower limb pathologies
- Splints requiring a high degree of control
- Medium to large splints including body jackets and back supports
- Fracture bracing
- Neurological pathologies
- Shoe orthotics
Handling Characteristics of the Rolyan San-Splint OptiPerf Beige
- Rubber-based isoprene material with a high degree of control and rigidity
- Can be worked aggressively without finger-printing
- Maximum resistance to stretch
- Can be softened in a hot air oven or heat pan
- Excellent permanent bonding
- Slightly tacky when heated in order to help maintain splint position – this gives the therapist an extra pair of hands for ease of splint fabrication
- Edges trim easily
- San-Splint 1.6mm provides some of the highest levels of control available in a lightweight material
- Features 2.5% OptiPerf perforation for improved comfort and compliance without loss of rigidity
Bonding of the Rolyan San-Splint OptiPerf Beige
The Rolyan San-Splint splinting material is uncoated, meaning excellent permanent bonding – for secure strapping, padding and attachments – can be achieved.
- San-Splint 1.6mm should be heated for 35 seconds in water at 65 – 70°C, giving 1 minute of working time
- San-Splint 3.2mm should be heated for 1 minute in water at 70 – 75°C, giving 3 – 5 minutes of working time