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Scapa Healthcare to Unveil Ultra-flexible Silicone Gel Adhesive

Published on 2017-11-09. Author : SpecialChem

Scapa Healthcare, a trusted strategic outsource partner of turn-key skin friendly adhesive solutions, will introduce its new ultra-flexible Scapa Soft-Pro® Silicone Gel 6058 at the 2017 MEDICA Trade Fair.


Scapa Healthcare to Unveil Ultra-flexible Silicone Gel Adhesive
Scapa Healthcare to Unveil Ultra-flexible Silicone Gel Adhesive

Tri-laminate Silicone Gel


  • The Silicone Gel 6058 is the most flexible silicone in Scapa’s product portfolio. 
  • It is highly conformable and contours to challenging anatomical areas.
  • Its gentle adhesion properties offer secure fixation, minimal discomfort upon removal and repositionability.
  • The tri-laminate construction is suitable for conversion into fixation devices for advanced wound care, sensitive skin applications and med devices. 
  • The gel is available with standard coating or perforated at 2.8 mm or 1.6 mm.

Mike Muchin, Vice President Product Development:

"We’re excited to introduce our new silicone technology to complement our existing adhesive offerings. At Scapa Healthcare, we always look to stay on the leading edge of adhesive technology. Our new Scapa Soft-Pro®Silicone Gel 6058 was developed with end-users in mind, and is ideal for sensitive skin applications, including for use on pediatric and geriatric patients.”

Scapa will officially launch its new technology at MEDICA Trade Fair, Hall 6, Stand H48 in Düsseldorf, Germany, November 13-16, 2017.

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Source: Scapa Healthcare
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