Smart Seal™ liner
ALPS Smart Seal™ liner allows a non-constrictive hypobaric suspension of the residual limb.
It has been engineered using HD Gel and covered by a limited vertical stretch fabric in the distal area for high stability within the socket.
It is indicated for transtibial and transfemoral users with medium to long residual limbs and for knee disarticulation.
The Smart Seal™ liner features integrated, silicone coated sealing bands that create a safe interface.
The bands stretch against the socket wall, preventing the liner from slipping.
The inner HD Gel layer, thanks to its low modulus of elasticity, easily conforms to the residual limb without restricting the blood flow.
It is available in two configurations with different sealing band heights.
Ensures a high level of control of the prosthetic leg and minimizes soft tissue movement thanks to the High Density Gel
Non-constrictive hypobaric suspension thanks to its integrated, silicone coated sealing bands
Indicated both for transtibial and transfemoral users since the sealing bands are available in two different configurations
Maximum stability of the liner within the socket due to the High Density Gel and the use of a limited vertical stretch fabric in the distal area
High Density Gel
Seamless Knitted Fabric
Smart Seal™ Liner SAFR. Sizing chart
Measure the circumference of the stump at 6 cm above the distal end.
|MEASURED SIZE (CM)||SAFR - CUSHION 3MM or 6MM UNIFORM|
|26-27 cm||SAFR26-(3 or 6)|
|28-31 cm||SAFR28-(3 or 6)|
|32-34 cm||SAFR32-(3 or 6)|
|35-37 cm||SAFR35-(3 or 6)|
|38-43 cm||SAFR38-(3 or 6)|
|MEASURED SIZE (CM)||SADT - LOCKING 3MM or 6MM UNIFORM|
|20-23 cm||SADT20-(3 or 6)|
|24-25 cm||SADT24-(3 or 6)|
|26-27 cm||SADT26-(3 or 6)|
|28-31 cm||SADT28-(3 or 6)|
|32-37 cm||SADT32-(3 or 6)|
|38-43 cm||SADT38-(3 or 6)|
|MEASURED SIZE (CM)||SBFR - CUSHION 3MM or 6MM UNIFORM|
|20-23 cm||SBFR20-(3 or 6)|
|24-25 cm||SBFR24-(3 or 6)|
|26-27 cm||SBFR26-(3 or 6)|
|28-31 cm||SBFR28-(3 or 6)|
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