Relief Pak® Heating Units effectively heat moist heat packs up to 170° in an insulated hot water bath.
    Relief Pak® moist heat packs and covers are a simple and effective method of applying moist heat. The moist heat packs provides 30 minutes of therapeutic moist heat to soothe discomfort from stiff neck, backache, arthritis, sprains and bruises. The pack can be heated in water on a stove, in a microwave or in a heating unit. When treatment is complete, the pack can be stored for future use. Always apply moist heat pack with a Relief Pak® cover or a heavy towel completely wrapped around the pack.
    The Hydrocollator® moist heat pack provides up to 30 minutes of deep soothing, moist heat. Brown tabs are on most packs for easy rotation in busy clinics. The packs are cost effective and provide hundreds of treatments from one pack. Packs to be used with hot pack cover or heavy toweling wrapped around pack.
    Hydrocollator® moist heat pack heating units heat moist heat packs in a water bath.
    Thermalator® moist heat pack heating units heat moist heat packs in a water bath.
    Accessories for moist heat packs and moist heat pack heaters.
    Beads and cotton combine to provide soothing moist heat. Simply place the pack in the microwave to heat (no water needed). Thera-Temp® packs produce moist heat by drawing moisture from humidity in the air and retain it in the therapeutic beads. Moist heat packs include belt as indicated.
    Reusable wrap ideal for holding cold packs in place.
    The re-usable Hot Button® hot pack instantly becomes hot once the button inside the pack is activated. The pack remains hot for at least 30 minutes. Re-usable pack is "recharged" and made ready for a future activation by boiling it for approximately 10 minutes. The activation and recharging of a pad can be repeated at least 100 times. The Hot Button® contents are not harmful; they are common non-toxic food additives. Activate pad by gently flexing disk within the pad back and forth until pad starts to crystalize; pad will heat to approximately 130°F (54°C). For cold pack refrigerate do not freeze. To return to liquid state wrap pad in cloth, place in boiling water for 5 to 12 minutes.
    Heating pads for heat therapy.