Skip to content Skip to navigation menu

Uneo

Item #: 6Y520
A simple and effective liner made from skin-friendly polyurethane.
Log in to order
Suggested HCPCS Coding: L5679

Learn more about our Reimbursement Services

Overview

A simple and effective liner for patients of all activity levels:
  • Made of skin-friendly polyurethane
  • Thicker in the distal 5 cm of the residual limb for maximum protection against forces acting on the socket
  • Floating effect maintains a precise, comfortable fit
  • Ideal for use with an exhaust valve and sealing sleeve or with the Harmony vacuum volume management system
  • Often used in combination with a sealing sleeve and valve
  • Suitable for all residual limb types, especially sensitive, bony, and/or scarred residual limbs
  • Available in various sizes, with or without a textile cover

Serial number location: To find serial number, invert liner inside out and look at the distal end for the laser etched information. Talc powder rubbed on etching may help to read.

Sizing: Measure the residual limb circumference 4 cm above the distal end of the residual limb and select the liner size corresponding to this measurement or the next smaller size.

Try our Interactive Liner Selection Tool here: https://academy.ottobockus.com/toolbox/liners/liners

Specifications

Sizing: Measure the residual limb circumference 4 cm above the distal end of the residual limb and select the liner size corresponding to this measurement or the next smaller size.
Part number (SAP) 6Y520=* 6Y520=*-9
Type of Liners TransTibial (TT), TransFemoral (TF) TransTibial (TT), TransFemoral (TF)
Liner Material Urethane Urethane
Suspension Method Cushion/Valve, Harmony Vacuum Cushion/Valve, Harmony Vacuum
Covering Uncovered Full Textile
Shape Cylindrical Cylindrical
Sizes 6Y520=190 6Y520=230 6Y520=290 6Y520=330 6Y520=400 6Y520=190-9 6Y520=230-9 6Y520=290-9 6Y520=330-9 6Y520=400-9

Documents

Refine results

Liner Selection Brochure

Product Information

PDF Document | Published: Jun 1, 2018

Liner Chart

Product Information

PDF Document | Published: Feb 1, 2018