Silicone PRO liner
ALPS Silicone PRO is a prosthetic silicone liner.
The innovative and hypoallergenic medical grade silicone has a low coefficient of friction providing a delicate adhesion to the skin of the residual limb.
It is indicated for residual limbs with redundant soft tissue and for transfemoral amputees.
Further recommended to counter perspiration issues and for patients living in hot areas.
The Silicone PRO liner is manufactured with medical grade hypoallergenic silicone.
The surface of the silicone features a low coefficient of static friction (1/5 of regular silicone). Without any additives, it is a hypoallergenic liner, very delicate on the skin.
The liner is extremely lightweight and promotes the skin’s natural thermoregulation.
The locking version features an innovative U matrix to limit vertical stretch while not constraining the residual limb.
Does not constrict the residual limb and minimizes the pistoning effect thanks to the innovative U matrix (locking version)
Great freedom of movement thanks to the 3 mm posterior thickness
Indicated for delicate skin since it is made of medical grade hypoallergenic silicone
Minimizes friction to the residual limb due to its low coefficient of friction
Helps the thermoregulation of the residual limb
Easy to clean
Seamless Knitted Fabric
Silicone PRO Liner LSC/LSL. Sizing chart
Measure the circumference of the stump at 6 cm above the distal end.
|MEASURED SIZE (CM)||LOCKING 3.0 MM UNIFORM||CUSHION 3.0 MM UNIFORM|
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