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Pe-Lite is an expanded cross-linked white or beige sponge foam material. It is lightweight, soft to the touch and moisture resistant.
It is commonly used for lower-limb prosthetics - generally as cushioning inner liner between the stump and the socket.
Typically used in 3mm, 5mm or 7mm thickness. Pe-Lite moulds plastically under heat and pressure to conform to the inside socket shape.
Pe-Lite is heat mouldable at 220°F - 250°F.
Ideal for prosthetic liners and orthotic devices.
Pe-Lite Firm - White
Ultimate strength adhesive for permanent bonding.
Most commonly used EVA in the industry.
For quick modification and patient customisation.
Well known and widely used material. Expanded black neoprene wit...