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Zinc Oxide Tape

adhesive plaster (zinc oxide adhesive cotton tape)
Model Reorder No. Size Quantity
non 9014-0 1'*5.5yds. (2.5cm*5m) /
non 9014-1 2'*5.5yds. (5cm*5m) /
non 9014-2 3'*5.5yds. (7.5cm*5m) /
non 9014-3 4'*5.5yds. (10cm*5m) /
plastoc box 9014S-0  1'*5.5yds. (2.5cm*5m) 30/24/Cs
plastoc box 9014S-1 2'*5.5yds. (5cm*5m) 30/24/Cs
plastoc box 9014S-2 3'*5.5yds. (7.5cm*5m) 30/12/Cs
plastoc box 9014S-3 4'*5.5yds. (10cm*5m) 30/6/Cs
plastoc box 9014S-4 0.5'*1yds. (1.25cm*1m) 30/24/Cs

It is composed of pad, back paste and protective layer (removed before use) for the wound surface. No drugs. It is used for superficial small wounds and abrasions in the superficial dermis and above, providing healing environment for superficial wounds and skin injuries.


Product Features:

It has strong viscosity, good adhesion, long storage life and no residue, and is easy for storage and use.

Use: Carious styles, full and complete specifications.

There are substrates in various colors, such as elastic substrate, waterproof substrate as well as various packaging forms, such as tinplate, plastic and fiber container.

It can also be cut into the zigzag shape.


Use Methods:

Clean and dry the skin before use, tear a sagement of adhesive plaster by hand or cut it (according to actual situation), then stick it on the wound.

It can also be used as an external fixation for wound dressings.

The road ahead will be long and our climb will be steep

Zhejiang Longterm Medical is a well-known China Zinc Oxide Tape suppliers and OEM Zinc Oxide Tape Company, specializing in the research and development, production and sales of high-end medical dressings. Our Zinc Oxide Tape have passed the US FDA certification, German TUV ISO13485 certification, CE certification.

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