Decisive for wearing comfort of foot orthotics are the top cover and the cushion material. To provide your patients with the best possible comfort and according to your ideas, we offer you the possibility to order our textiles and cushion materials pre-glued and therefore combined with each other. Our top layer combinations DRYFEET+ are a real time saver in your lab!
- Available as sheets
- Pre-glued combinations of the top cover layer DRYFEET with EVA, EVA PLUS or PUR cushion layers in various colours
- 2.8 mm and 3.8 mm
- Depend on the combination of top cover and cushion material, e.g. 120 x 80cm (items V62, V63, V64).
TOP COVER LAYER "DRYFEET"
For our top layer combinations we use our best selling DRYFEET top covers with a thickness of 0.8 mm. It does not only ensure the final touch for foot orthotics, they come above all with numerous properties that go far beyond good looks. Properties that play an important part in foot orthotic treatment, let alone the patient's compliance to wear the orthotics regularly.
DRYFEET is a microfiber fabric with a leather-like look and unique properties. It is 100% breathable and able to absorb up to 8 times its weight in moisture. Combined with an outstanding thermoregulatory effect, it provides a high level of comfort and dryness. Sweat no longer accumulates on top of the cover, so that the foot remains dry.
- Colors: black, anthracite, beige
- Texture: microperforated
- Material: 66% Polyamide / 5% Polyurethane / 29% Polyester
CUSHIONING MATERIALS "EVA, EVA PLUS, PUR":
- Closed cell structure
- Disinfectable (surface washable and resistant to most disinfectant solvents)
- High resilience
- Good durability and sturdiness (good recovery characteristics after compression)
- Tear resistant (ability to withstand stress without obtaining cracks or breaking)
- Thermal moldability
- To relieve pressure-sensitive surfaces
PUR cushions are open-cell structured foams that have viscoelastic, rebouncing properties and are free of PVC, latex, and solvents.
- Open cell structure
- Not desinfectable
- Low resilience
- Good impact absorption (rebounces back to the original material thickness)
- Poor thermal moldability
- For punctual and area relief of pressure-sensitive surfaces