OCL Plaster Splint Roll 2, White, 15 Layers, 4″ x 20′

OCL Plaster Splint Roll 2, White, 15 Layers, 4″ x 20′

$94.07

  • OCL is the first name in Plaster Splint Roll
  • OCL Splint Roll is constructed with 15 layers of plaster encased in open-cell foam and flannel
  • The open-cell foam provides padding and prevents migration while the flannel reduces moisture retention
  • Duoset plaster allows a quick set time with minimal heat
  • Reinforced layer

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OCL Splint Roll – 15 Layer

OCL is the first name in Plaster Splint Roll. OCL Splint Roll is constructed with 15 or 11 layers of plaster encased in open-cell foam and flannel. The open-cell foam provides padding and prevents migration while the flannel reduces moisture retention.

Features & Benefits

  • DuoSet plaster allows a quick set time with minimal heat
  • Open-cell foam and flannel
  • Reinforced layer
  • 11 and 15 layers

The OCL Splint Roll-2 Custom Splinting System is an improved plaster splinting product. Greater strength than other plaster splints. The DuoSet plaster gives a faster initial set on the outer layer. The foam and flannel covering is comfortable for the patient. The open-cell foam prevents splint from migrating and improves air exchange for enhanced patient comfort. The flannel reduces moisture retention; ensures faster set times. Non-woven layer allows plaster crystals to lock in the dimpled areas and form additional reinforcement without added weight. The thermal barrier also doubles as a filtering system to prevent the plaster from embedding in the foam layer. Continuous roll configuration means less waste; cut what you need. Sizing is easy with different widths available. Surged sides provide added patient comfort. The innovative design facilitates custom splinting applications.

Additional Information

Dimensions 12.5 × 6.5 × 13.5 in
Unit per Case

1RL/BX

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