Orfibrace NS

Orfibrace NS is a unique rigid and supportive material for your patients. Its high resistance to stretch offers you excellent control while molding.  It has a superior surface finish. Orfibrace NS is unique in that it can be activated in a splint pan or in the oven, according to its coated surface.

Characteristics

  • High resistance to stretch and low drape.
  • High rigidity.
  • Moderate memory.
  • Non-stick coated material.
  • Excellent resistance to fingerprints.
  • Smooth surface finish.
  • Easy to trim and smooth edges.
  • Antibacterial property.

How it works and looks

  • Easy handling and control of material during moulding.
  • Very strong material which holds its shape perfectly against increased tone. Excellent for all mechanical attachments.
  • Remouldable. Splints can be adjusted easily after local reheating.
  • Coating eliminates accidental bonding. Material will not stick during moulding onto bandages.
  • Allows to apply pressure during the fabrication of the orthosis.
  • Comfortable and pleasant surface feel, which stimulates patient compliance.

Recommended applications

  • Ideal for all large and rigid orthoses.
  • Well-suited for trunk corsets, ankle supports, elbow, forearm and wrist orthoses.
  • Ideal material for permanent bracing.
  • Excellent material to fabricate anti-spasticity orthoses.
  • Ideal to mould onto positive plaster moulds protected by a cotton lining.
Product Information & Education

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