Bandage, elastic, constraining

last updated : 2018/12/31
Code Description Ind. price Ship. weight Ship. vol.
MDREBANDE08
BANDAGE, ELASTIC, 7-8 cm x 5 m, constraining CH 0,55 0,04kg 0,25L Add
MDREBANDE10
BANDAGE, ELASTIC, 10 cm x 5 m, constraining CH 0,67 0,035kg 0,226L Add

       

General information

Elastic bandage used to support or immobilize sprained or dislocated joints, to secure dressing and to exert a small amount of pressure.

Suitable for first aid.

Specifications

Light support bandage also known as universal bandage, short stretch, minimal stretched bandage or crepe bandage,  with durable elasticity.

 

Material:

a) Fabric, plain weave, warp/polyamide 36 % filament, weft/ cotton or viscose 63%, fast edges, one continuous length

 

b) Alternative fabric: 100% cotton fabric, plain weave, high twisted threads and normal twist threads in warp.

Colour:

white or cream depending if  bleached or unbleached threads are used.

Mixed fabric

Length stretched/ nominal length: 5m

Grammage: 64 gr/m²

 

Length un-stretched: 2.63m

Grammage:  120g/m2

100% cotton fabric, crepe bandage type

Length stretched/ nominal length: 4m

Grammage:  40 gr/m²

 

Length un-stretched: 1.4m

Required elasticity:

150% maximum. According to weaving type elasticity regain may change

Size in width:

8cm / 10cm

Selvegde bandage:

no fraying threads on the length.

 

- Regular weaving

 

- Elasticity  maintained after washing, stretching and autoclaving at 134°C

 

- non-detectable by X-ray, non-sterile- non adhesive

Unit presentation:

Unit presentation: 1 roll, not sterile, single use, can be packed individually in a transparent sealed pouch

Packaging:

box of 10 to12  unit, in protective wrapping or in  bulk with the following information on the label:

 

- Product name and reference number

 

- Size in cm : length un-stretched and stretched / width

 

- Material (100% cotton or mixed fabric explained)

 

-CE Mark

 

- Manufacturer name and adress

Other requirement:

Meets Pharmacopea specifications and medical Device directive 93/42/EEC