Omega™ Max Thermoplastic
$82.00 – $320.00
Looking for a material to replace San Splint – Omega Max is your answer
Omega™ Max Thermoplastic Splinting Material
Great for anti-spasticity splints, serial static splints, lower extremity Splints (i.e. Foot Drop) and back supports.
Moderate resistance to stretch combined with 100% Memory while allowing conformability and an aggressive handling style makes this your most versatile splinting material.
- PRO TIP: Omega Max allows the therapist to pre-stretch the materials to form around areas such as the webspace to ensure strength especially in functional or resting positioning splints.
- Latex Free
- Free of BPA chemicals
Resistance to Stretch
- Moderate resistance to stretch.
- Moderate to aggressive handling is tolerated.
- Moderate to maximum drape to create a close conforming fit.
- Provides excellent reproduction of detail.
- 100% memory, ideal for serial splinting.
- Always recovers its original cut shape and size when reheated.
- Moderate to maximum rigidity
- Uncoated material. Provides a very sticky surface when warm and bonds without the need for solvents.
- Sticks easily to itself. Use as bonding agent to attach outriggers or other accessories to splint.
- Use as a bonding agent to attach outriggers or other accessories to a splint or a permanent bond, apply dry heat to the surface until shiny and attach accessories directly to the material.
- Wet bonds can be released in warm water if necessary.
- For easier handling, add liquid soap to water and keep thermoplastic damp while molding.
- Handling instructions are included.
- Finished splints have a smooth, glossy surface.
- Fingerprints and other surface marks disappear as the material cools. Makes professional looking orthosis.
- When cut while warm, Omega™ Max forms smooth, sealed edges.
- Hand or wrist splints back supports, anti-spasticity splints, lower extremity positioning splints, serial static splints and bases for dynamic splints.
Working Time (1/8″)
- Allows approximately three minutes to form and harden after softening in 140° F (60° C) to 150° F (66° C) water.
- Fastest setup time, ideal for busy clinics and patients who benefit from less handling time