No. The curtains are manufactured from a durable disposable and completely recyclable polypropylene fabric which inhibits bacteria growth.
Yes the disposable curtains are made from 100% polypropylene which has one of the lowest environmental impacts of any material – synthetic or traditional.
You can use the normal clinical waste bins at your facility.
These disposable curtains have been developed to fit directly to the vast majority of cubicle curtain track currently in use. There is no need for costly modifications to your track.
Details of the date that the curtain have been fitted the fire retardancy and the reorder code are clearly viable to allow simple auditing procedures to be applied.
Privacy for patients is actually enhanced using disposable systems when compared to most conventional fabrics.
Three sizes of curtain are available:
- Small: 2.4 metres long (1.8mtr track length)
- Medium: 4.8metres (3.6 mtr track length)
- Large: 7.2 metres (5.4 mtr track length)
The curtains are durable and have shown that they can stay hanging for a year or more however we would recommend that each hospital carries out its own assessment to set the frequency at which the curtains should be changed in different areas.
Each curtain has a self audit label so that you can easily see when it was last changed and can be included within your existing infection control procedures
Disposable curtains comply with the same fire retardancy standards as conventional curtains BS 5867 Part 2 type C. Every batch of every colour supplied is tested.
The use of disposable curtains provides a cost effective solutions to the management of hospital curtains:
- No curtain laundry
- No capital outlay for curtains
- No disruption to ward area during change of curtains
Our modular systems can be used to cater to all kinds of large or unusually shaped projects. The limitations are dependant on the system, for example for curtain tracks the weight of the curtain may be what restricts the length. This is why we offer a bespoke design service to ensure that we create and fit the system that best meets your needs.
We create a contract once the quote has been agreed upon. After the contract has been agreed we aim to begin work immediately.
We accept payment via bank transfer only.
In most cases we are able to begin work once our quote has been agreed and our contact has been signed, subject to our standard terms, which are available upon request.
We would be happy to visit the site to quote for a job. We may be able to advise by telephone if you are able to provide sufficient detail about your requirements.
We have completed many successful projects in Lancashire, Cumbria, Cheshire, Merseyside, Greater Manchester, Preston, Liverpool, the North West and throughout the UK.
We provide a timescale with our quote. We aim to complete all installations as quickly and efficiently as possible, but please remember that in order to provide the highest possible standard of installation and reliability some projects can take several days to complete.
We have extensive experience of working within commercial spaces and as such often work outside of traditional hours. Please advise us of access times when enquiring about your quote.
As much information as possible will help us (and you) to avoid any surprises! Your location, the size of the area to fitted, the access available to the area, the times the area can be accessed, the desired result e.g. sound insulation, blackout, your preferred material and finish, your budget, your deadline for completion. Please call us for a chat if you are unsure or would like advice.
All of our products come with their own individual guarantees. Our installations are of the highest quality and do not generally require maintenance. If you feel your installation requires servicing we would be happy to help, so please contact us.