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Tensive Adhesive Gel, 33 ml

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Tensive Adhesive Gel, 33 ml
Part #: GEL103

Conductive adhesive gel. This safe, non-flammable, odorless gel is recommended for TENS, EMG, EEG, and similar protocols.

Primarily used to adhere non-adhesive carbon-composition, flexible electrodes.

Features

  • Eliminates tape and tape irritation
  • Conductive immediately, no need to wait
  • Non-flammable, no solvent odor
  • Best adhesive gel available
  • Hypoallergenic, bacteriostatic, non-irritating
  • Water soluble, easily removed with water

MSDS available by request.

Tensive Adhesive Gel, 33ml
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