Our orthotic fabrication materials are designed with focus on user-friendliness. Orthotic fabrication materials from Orfit offer the highest possible performance to both therapists and patients in physical rehabilitation.
Embrace diversity with Multifit® NS. Your all-round orthotic fabrication companion.
Multifit NS can address all of your orthotic fabrication needs across pathologies and across patients while offering maximum ease of use.
Orfit Classic has excellent elastic and adhesive qualities. It is ideal for all orthosis types and has unlimited potential for fabrication of very large to very small orthoses. It is excellent as a base for different dynamic splint components.
Orfit NS has unlimited potential for fabrication of very small to very large orthoses. It is an excellent base for attachments. The non-stick coating eliminates accidental adhesions but allows for temporary bonding while the product is warm.
Orfit Colors NS offers beautiful metallic and bright colours. Coloured products are highly recommended if you are looking for new ways to boost your patients' morale, make them feel good and improve compliance with splint wear.
Orfit Eco (NS) is extremely well suited for large and/or rigid orthotic fabrication. It is a great material for elbow, forearm, wrist, ankle, and even back supports as well as anti-spasticity, long arm and lower extremity splints.
Tecnofit, an elastic based thermoplastic, is suitable for wrist, hand, thumb and finger splints. Tecnofit can also be used as a supportive orthotic bracing material for lower limbs, cervical collars, and full body jackets.
Orfibrace is a unique rigid and supportive material. Its high resistance to stretch offers you excellent control while moulding. It has a superior surface finish. Due to its coated surface, Orfibrace can be activated in a splint pan or in the oven.
Allfit contains small pellets of thermoplastic material. The pellets simply adhere together uniformly and also adhere well to other surface objects, allowing you to change the shape of utensils or to add components to orthoses.