Hapla Semi-Compressed Mixture Felt Sheet
70% Wool 30% Viscose – Self Adhesive
£6.50 – £28.95 inc VAT
22.5 x 45cm sheet available in 5mm and 7mm thickness
A mixture of 70% wool and 30% viscose, providing a cost effective alternative to pure wool felt. Used as a highly versatile padding, provides a smooth surface next to hosiery. Use this product to protect sore areas of your feet - just cut to size and stick on your foot.
- Highly versatile padding
- Long lasting adhesive
- Leaves no residue when
- Medical grade
- High tack and pressure
- Used by professionals in Podiatry and Chiropody
Directions for Use
Cut to desired shape | Remove adhesive | Apply light pressure to stay in place | Use a dressing tape for additional fixation if required | Store in a cool, dry place.
About Hapla Adhesive
The Hapla™ adhesive system represents both quality and safety and is based on over 25 years of scientific and clinical research and development. Each Hapla™ product has been carefully designed to provide the level of performance needed to meet clinical requirements. Hapla™ adhesive has been screened for safe use on human skin and is classified as having low skin irritancy. It is breathable with high rates of moisture vapour permeability.
All Hapla™ products have a long history of safe and effective use within clinical environments. Major investment in our coating facility has ensured that operating under controlled clean conditions we have the versatility to apply Hapla™ adhesive to a variety of materials.
Hapla™ adhesive is applied in measured quantities, each scientifically calculated and varied according to material type and appropriate to its particular construction, thickness and intended use.
During the coating process the Hapla™ adhesive is energised, achieving chemical cross-linking and bonding the Hapla™ polymers to the fibres of the material to ensure optimum levels of adhesion and eliminate the possibility of delamination often encountered with other methods of adhesive application.
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