Rolyan San-Splint

$95.65 - $517.95
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  • This product contains natural rubber latex which may cause allergic reactions.

  • For health reasons we are unable to accept returns or exchanges of hygiene products.

  • This item is considered dimensionally oversized parcel or requires truck delivery. Additional shipping charges will be calculated at time of order.

  • This item is classified as hazardous materials. Can ship ground only - restricted from air. Additional shipping surcharge will be added at time of order.

  • This product has a Bariatric rating.

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  • Latex-free material is crafted with a rubber based isoprene
  • Moldable splint offers a high degree of control when softened
  • Can be worked for 1 to 6 minutes after heating with resistance to fingerprinting
  • Provides excellent rigidity without additional splinting reinforcement
  • Easily trim the edges and shape the splint to optimal size
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Brand Rolyan


Moldable Splinting Sheets

Rolyan San Splints are designed to create moldable, rigid support

splints for the arms, legs, and back. The splints are offered in both solid and perforated sheets; the solid sheets are ideal for maximum support and the perforated sheets are ideal for smaller, more breathable splints. Simply heat the isoprene material in an oven or hot water for 2-3 minutes and begin forming a customized splint.

Rigid Support Splints

The Rolyan San Splints have the maximum resistance to stretch of any Rolyan splinting material. The rubber based isoprene offers rigid support to the the arm, hands, legs, and back. The San Splints are ideal for creating functional position splints, resting mitt splints, back supports, body jackets, and spasticity splints.

Permanent Bonding

The easily workable San Splints are ideal for the fast creation of a customized splint. The splinting sheets can be permanently bonded by pinching the material together after heating. The rubber-base isoprene is not coated, so it eliminates the need to remove coating in order to create a permanent bond. This allows the fabricator to easily bond the splint without additional assistance.