ALPS ECO™ Liner made of HD Gel is covered with an innovative seamless knitted fabric that ensures high levels of control and stability, improving comfort.
It provides the maximum protection of the residual limb even for more active users.
It is indicated for patients with medium to high activity levels, whether with transtibial or transfemoral prostheses, and for those whose residual limbs present redundant soft tissues.
ALPS ECO™ Liner features an innovative knitted fabric with areas of varying elasticity to improve the control of the prosthetic leg. The HD Gel helps keep the residual limb more compact and provides enhanced stability to the prosthetic leg, at the same time ensuring a high level of protection from vertical and shear forces. The locking version features an innovative U matrix to limit the vertical stretch without constraining the residual limb.
Protects the residual limb thanks to the high capacity of the HD Gel to absorb vertical and shear forces
Ensures maximum control of the prosthetic leg and minimizes soft tissue movement thanks to the High Density Gel
Improved comfort due to the effect of the innovative seamless knitted fabric providing areas of varying levels of elasticity
Does not constrict the residual limb and minimizes the pistoning effect thanks to the innovative U matrix (locking version)
High Density Gel
Seamless Knitted Fabric
ECO™ Liner ECDTHD/ECFRHD. Sizing chart
Measure the circumference of the stump at 6 cm above the distal end.
|MEASURED SIZE (CM)||LOCKING 3MM or 6MM UNIFORM||CUSHION 3MM or 6MM UNIFORM|
|20-23 cm||ECDTHD20-( 3 or 6)||ECFRHD20-( 3 or 6)|
|24-25 cm||ECDTHD24-( 3 or 6)||ECFRHD24-( 3 or 6)|
|26-27 cm||ECDTHD26-( 3 or 6)||ECFRHD26-( 3 or 6)|
|28-31 cm||ECDTHD28-( 3 or 6)||ECFRHD28-( 3 or 6)|
|32-37 cm||ECDTHD32-( 3 or 6)||ECFRHD32-( 3 or 6)|
|38-43 cm||ECDTHD38-( 3 or 6)||ECFRHD38-( 3 or 6)|
|44-53 cm||ECDTHD44-( 3 or 6)||ECFRHD44-( 3 or 6)|
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