Thermoplastic splinting material is used to create low temperature splints that protect and support fracture and sprain injuries. Splinting Material. This material is lighter than traditional plaster casting and easier to remove and clean. It’s generally used for injuries that require a longer healing time. Thermoplastic splinting material comes in varying levels of perforation (holes). Highly perforated materials allow for greater ventilation. Extra-perforated materials are more lightweight, and therefore more comfortable. The higher perforated materials are great choices for finger and hand-based splints. Materials with little to no perforation are beneficial in providing maximum stability for an injury that needs a lot of support.
Our Low Temperature Thermoplastics offer a variety of conformability and resistance options to meet your splinting needs
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