H.A.D. 425

H.A.D. 425

The HAD (Haberman Alignment Device) 425 is used by clinicians during their dynamic fitting/check socket process. It eliminates any chance of the socket being unaligned and is built with titanium, allowing it to take on heavy weights (exceeding 400 pounds) even in full extension.

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H.A.D. 425

The HAD 425 is a prosthetic alignment system engineered by ESP to support patient loads exceeding 400 lbs. The HAD is a highly adaptable unit that facilitates quick alignment and/or component changes in trans-tibial and trans-femoral prosthesis without additional fabrication.

Angular, rotational and 2-way slide adjustments are easily achieved with this durable, modular alignment system. The result is optimal alignment for a stable, smooth and comfortable gait.

Users can adjust the alignment to include tilt, medial/lateral/posterior/anterior allowing the clinician to get the absolute best alignment possible before the final leg is produced.

HAD 425 Features:

  • Up to 425 lb. Weight Limit
  • ISO tested for strength & durability
  • Adjustable in ALL Directions
  • 7/8″ – 1″ of slide movement (A-P & M-L).
  • Angular and rotational adjustability.
  • High Grade Titanium Construction
  • Lightweight and strong
  • Designed for permanent installation
  • Offers True Modularity
  • Interchangeable modular parts connect to any components
  • Fully configurable by installing top and bottom connectors to central core unit

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