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First Aid Only SmartCompliance Refill First Aid Tape (FAE-6000)

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Item #: 901-800269
  Model #: FAO6000
Brand: First Aid Only
First Aid Only SmartCompliance Refill First Aid Tape (FAE-6000)
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Description
Secure dressings or bandages by using First Aid Only SmartCompliance first aid tape to protect wounds and reduce skin irritation. Use this roll of First Aid Only SmartCompliance first aid tape to safely secure dressings or bandages. Providing reliable adherence on skin, this tape is durable but tears easily without shredding for gentle and easy removal. This first aid tape is 0.5 inch wide, allowing precise yet customizable coverage for a variety of applications; tear and wrap directly around wounds, or use with a trauma pad. Packaged in a perforated dispenser, this 10-yard roll is easily accessible yet stays clean within your first aid kit. First Aid Only SmartCompliance first aid tape is hypoallergenic to reduce the risk of skin irritation.
  • First-aid refill tape holds bandages or dressings in place
  • 0.5" x 10 yds. paper tape is durable but breathable
  • Easy to remove without pain or shredding of the tape
  • Hypoallergenic reducing the chances of skin irritation
  • Meets or exceeds ANSI/ISEA Z308.1-2015 standards
  • This refill is used in First Aid Only SmartCompliance cabinets: 1000-FAE-0103, 1001-FAE-0103, 1301-FAE-0103, and 1050-FAE-0103
Specifications
Sterile : Yes Waterproof : No Water Resistance : No Latex Free : Yes
Pre-Medicated : No Mounting : N/A Hypoallergenic : Yes Width : 1/2"
Length : 10 yds. Pad Size : N/A Alcohol Free : Yes Liner Material : N/A
Brand : First Aid Only Customizable : No
Weight : 0.10 lbs. per Box

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