Rolyan Polyform Thermoplastic Splinting Material


  • First material developed by Rolyan
  • High conformability and low resistance to stretch
  • The strongest and most conformable Rolyan material
  • Water-based, non-stick coating, prevents accidental bonding
  • Non-toxic, latex-free, and radiolucent
Product Details

Rolyan Polyform Thermoplastic Splinting Material 18″ x 24″ x 1/8″ (Cs/4) 


Key Benefits of Polyform

Polyform is the only Rolyan splint material with minimum resistance to stretch and maximum rigidity when cool. This unique characteristic allows the clinician to form a detailed splint with the confidence that the intricate molding will not deform when used.

Handling Polyform Thermoplastic 


Resistance to stretch: Minimum

  • Stretches easily when heated and needs soft, gentle pressure to form a splint. Be careful not to allow material to stretch too much.

Conformability: Maximum

  • Easily conforms to surface contours and detail, reducing time spent fabricating splint, and provides a precise fit for increased comfort and fewer pressure areas. High degree of drape.

Memory: Minimum

  • Ability to be reheated and reshaped but will not return to original shape.

Bonding: Coated

  • Create a temporary bond by pinching together heated material; however, it will come apart when cooled. Form a permanent bond by scrubbing off the coating or removing it with a bond solvent.

Physical Appearance 



  • White

Thickness: Assorted

  • Available in the following sheet thicknesses: 1/8″ (3.2 mm) and 1/16″ (1.6 mm). Use thinner material to combine lightweight comfort with a high degree of rigidity.

Perforations : Assorted

  • Available in 1 percent or solid material.


  • Opaque when heated

Hardened Splint


Rigidity: Moderate/Maximum (137.7 kpsi*)

  • Strongest Rolyan splint material when formed and cooled, resisting deformities such as dents, cracks and breaks during use.

Surface: Smooth

  • Picks up fingerprints and markings if not properly handled.


Splinting materials are intended to be used for fabrication of custom-molded rigid splints, orthoses, and adaptive equipment.

Best uses include:

  • Thumb splints
  • Small finger splints
  • Hand splints
  • Wrist splints
  • Elbow splints for flexion
  • Dynamic splints
  • Neck Collars
  • Foot drop splints
  • Clamshell splints
  • Carpal tunnel splints
  • Pediatric splints
  • Adaptive equipment
  • Splints for arthritis
  • Flexor tendon repair splints

Care & Cleaning

Store at temperatures between 40° and 90°F (4° and 32°C) and less than 65 percent relative humidity. Avoid prolonged exposure to light, especially ultraviolet. Avoid exposure to corrosive and ethylene oxide fumes.

Formed splints will lose their shape in temperatures over 135°F(57°C) and should be kept away from sources of heat such as ovens, hot water, and car windows.

Clean splint with soap and lukewarm water. Allow splint and straps to dry thoroughly before reapplication.

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Serving Canadians for over 35 Years

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