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EquiCrown® Canada Compression Bandages for horses are made of a very robust and durable knitted fabric. However, avoid any contact with pointed or sharp-edged items to prevent damage to the bandages.
Putting on EquiCrown active
Putting on EquiCrown fit/fit Silver
Care and washing instructions
Before washing, we recommend that all hooks and zippers are closed and turned inside out. The bandages should be washed separately the first time (the dye may run). In case of daily use, EquiCrown® Canada Compression Bandages should be washed at least once weekly on a delicate cycle (40 °C). Please do not use any softener! If washing by hand, rinse thoroughly and do not wring. You can reduce the drying time by placing the washed bandage on a thick towel, rolling the towel up tightly, and firmly pressing out excess moisture. Line dry the bandages. Do not leave the bandages in the towel, and do not dry on a heater or in the sun. If tumble-dry, please use the delicate cycle. Do not dry clean the EquiCrown® Canada Compression Bandages. Please refer to the washing symbols on the label sewn into the bandages.
Details are provided on the label sewn into the EquiCrown® Canada Compression Bandage.
Indications EquiCrown active / fit
Indications EquiCrown fit Silver (with knitted-in antibacterial silver thread)
Same indications as for EquiCrown active / fit, additionally:
EquiCrown Canada assumes no liability as a result of any contraindicated use of this product.
When sized and applied correctly, the risk of side effects with compression bandages is very low. Poorly seated bandages (e.g. after sizing errors) or incorrect application of the bandage can lead to pressure points. Furthermore, particular horses may have a higher sensitivity to pressure and should only be treated with compression for a few hours at a time. If you notice pressure points on your horse, take off the bandage immediately. Please contact our customer service department to rule out possible application or sizing errors. If the bandages have been medically prescribed, please contact your veterinarian/animal therapist to discuss possible treatment adjustments. Compression can lead to dry or flaky skin. This can be treated using suitable skincare ointments. No intolerance to the materials used in our bandages has been observed to date. However, if negative alterations (e.g. skin irritations) should occur during use, please contact your veterinarian/animal therapist immediately. If an incompatibility should be known for your horse against one or several contents of this product, please consult with your veterinarian/animal therapist before use. The manufacturer is not liable for damages/ injuries which have been caused by improper handling or misuse of the bandage.