3M Transpore Surgical Tape, Single Use, White, 1″ x 10 yd. (12/BOX))

3M Transpore Surgical Tape, Single Use, White, 1″ x 10 yd. (12/BOX))


Transpore White Surgical Tape 1 Inch x 10 yds 3M 15341
Surgical Dressing Tape Combines the best features of Transpore tape and Micropore tape
Gentle, breathable, water-resistant tape with strong adhesion and easy, bi-directional tear
Easy to tear into very Thin Strips- Easy to Use, Even with Gloves
Latex-Free and Hypoallergenic

7 in stock

SKU: 15341 Categories: , , Brand:

3M Transpore White Dressing Tape is Latex-Free, hypoallergenic, gentle tape which has strong adhesion and easy bi-directional tear. It is very versatile and provides good value. It is designed to combine the best features of Transpore tape with those of Micropore tape. This tape provides good long-term 72 hours of adhesion which may result in less frequent unplanned dressing changes due to edge lift.

Breathable and holds well on damp and dry skin
Easy, straight, bi-directional tear for quick tailoring
Easy to handle with gloves
Minimal edge lift during wear
Breathable to maintain skin integrity
Strong adhesion
Sticks well to itself (over taping)

Additional Information

Dimensions 9.0 × 8.0 × 12.0 in

2 reviews for 3M Transpore Surgical Tape, Single Use, White, 1″ x 10 yd. (12/BOX))

  1. Genuine Product, Highly Recommended

  2. This tape doesn’t leave a residue! Life saver!!

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