Light cohesive retention bandage
Peha-haft® is a cohesive, elastic conforming bandage that simplifies every type of dressing retention
through its extraordinary double adhesive effect. Its crepe texture and special sticky coating mean
that only a few turns are required to provide secure and permanent dressing retention. Bandages
made of Peha-haft® do not require any additional fixation. Its open-weave structure has a high
content of natural fibres and is only lightly impregnated by adhesives, which makes Peha-haft®
extraordinarily permeable to air and does not produce an increase in skin temperature, making it
comfortable to wear for any skin type.
Peha-Haft® latex-free at a glance:
. Consists of 46% viscose, 36% cotton and 18% polyamide
. Extensibility of 85%, remains smooth when applied, creating no restriction to joint movement
. Sticks only to itself making it suitable for use on fragile or hairy skin without discomfort
. Approx. 6 times more permeable to air than conventional cohesive bandages, limiting heat
accumulation and subsequent maceration from perspiration
. For all types of dressing retention, especially on joints, rounded or conical parts of the body
. For fixation of padding material, cannulae etc.
. Available in a large range of sizes
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