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Hakujuji & KURARAYKURAFLEX develop FC One-Touch Bandage
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Sep '08
Hakujuji Co Ltd and KURARAYKURAFLEX CO LTD have jointly developed FC One-Touch Bandage, which uses the new type of nonwoven fabric, FELIBENDY.

This product is a groundbreaking item that affixes to wounds and realizes unprecedented convenience and comfort in a bandage.

Hakujuji is commencing sales of the product, which is available in two sizes: small (width 25mm x length 3m; ¥399, including tax) and medium (width 50mm x length 3m; ¥504, including tax).

There are likely many people who think that "things do not go well when affixing a bandage or adhesive plaster. It would be a big relief if I could simply attach a bandage with one hand by myself.

Or it would be good if the part left over after I finish wrapping or trying to attach the bandage didn't slip, fall off or become detached."

The FC One-Touch Bandage, an item that affixes to wounds, addresses these concerns.

The features that this product offers include:
(1) an ability to be stretched and cut, simply using one hand, without the need for scissors;
(2) specially processed high microcrimp fiber and fiber and textiles with adhesive qualities that do away with need for a cleat;
(3) no slippage or falling off when being attached, as wrapping by itself assures that the bandage is firmly affixed; and
(4) a soft fit, thanks to a material with high-stretch characteristics, and comfortable adhesion that is easy on the skin without use of adhesives.

• Use FC One-Touch Bandage to affix gauze or wound protection material
• KURARAYKURAFLEX is a company within the Kuraray Group that conducts the manufacture, processing and sale of nonwoven fabrics and nonwoven fabric products.

Kuraray Co Ltd


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