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Dignity Classic Briefs are fitted briefs designed for adult incontinence. These adult briefs offer incontinent protection with heavy absorbency. These briefs are made with a Excelsorb III super absorbent core that wicks fluid away from the skin. Fluid stays in the super absorbent polymer layer, leaving your skin exceptionally dry. An absorbent blue acquisition layer rapidly disperses fluid for increased core stability. The Dignity Classic Briefs are designed with a high-strength, waterproof backsheet that is durable. Refastenable tape tabs offer security. These briefs have an anatomically contoured diamond-embossed core and a hydrophilic topsheet that provide heavy to super incontinence protection.
Dignity Classic Briefs Features & Benefits
- High strength backsheet
- Anatomically contoured for a better fit.
- Self adjusting leg gathers.
- Refastenable tape taps.
- Diamond embossed mat design.
- Wetness indicator.
Dignity Classic Briefs Specifications
- Dignity Classic Briefs Product Numbers: 33390, 33590, 33690.
- Sizes: Medium, Large, X-Large.
- Waist/Hip Size: 32 to 44 Inch, 45 to 58 Inch, 59 to 65 Inch.
- Colors: White, Blue, Tan.
- Absorbency: Heavy.
- Manufacturer: Hartmann USA.
- Brand: Dignity Classic.
- Additional Information
Manufacturer Hartmann USA Absorption Heavy Backsheet Material Poly, Waterproof
- Community Q&A
Product QuestionsHello can you get dignity classic briefs in medium or small pleaseQuestion by: Wayne Harrison on Oct 31, 2017 5:39:00 AMThe medium and small sizes have been discontinued by the manufacturer. You can select a heavy absorbency adult chuck from the Adult Briefs section of our website, found here: https://www.vitalitymedical.com/briefs.html?absorption_filter=3129Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Apr 17, 2018 8:52:00 AMAre these Diapers with plastic backcovers?Question by: Tony on Apr 3, 2015 1:04:00 PMHello Tony,
The backing material is made of a cloth polymer. The polymer could be a mixture of other materials, but plastic is not listed as part of the polymer materials. For more specific backing material, it's best to contact the manufacturer.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Jun 24, 2016 2:03:00 PM