Antimicrobial & Sporicidal Printed Curtains - Box of 6
Your ward just got more colourful! Introducing the newest way to protect & brighten your hospital space with our Endurocide® Antimicrobial & Sporicidal Printed Curtains.
Designed to trap pathogens on the surface of the curtain - helping to stop pathogens from being transferred.
Effective against spores, bacteria and fungi - no laundry costs and 100% recyclable.
Two attractive designs in multiple colour options - help create a welcoming environment for your patients.
Our Endurocide® Curtains are available as follows:
|Curtains per box
With the option of the following hanging systems:
Quick Fit Hook
Additional pack sizes, or hanging systems may be available on request - please contact us directly for more information.
Our Endurocide® Curtains are impregnated with a patented liquid formulation that traps pathogens on the surface of the curtain, helping to prevent the fabric from becoming a source of pathogenic transmission.
Endurocide® Antimicrobial & Sporicidal Printed Curtains have been tested in accordance with the following European Standards:
- Enveloped Viruses to EN 14476 - against Human Coronavirus, Measles virus. H1N1 Influenza A virus (Swine Flu) *
Bacteria to CG 147 - against Enterococcus hirae, Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumoniae, MRSA, Salmonella typhimurium, VRE
- Spores to CG 147 - against Clostridium difficile
- Fungi to CG 147 - against Candida albicans
Fire Retardant Standards
- UK & Europe to BS 5867 Part 2 Types B & C: 2008
- USA & Canada to CAN/ULC-S109; NFPA 701: 2010
Australia & New Zealand to AS 2755.2: 1985 and AS 1530.2-1993 Part 2
Full details on our test data is available to professional users on request. To find out more, please visit our information site at: www.endurocide.com or contact us directly.
* Testing carried out on the liquid used to provide the antimicrobial and sporicidal coating on the curtains.
Disclaimer: Whilst Endurocide® Sporicidal Printed Curtains have been independently tested to be antimicrobially and sporicidally effective, the actual length of curtain use achieved will depend on a variety of factors including, but not limited to; individual hospital practices, the natural longevity of polypropylene and the risk of the curtain being soiled from items such as blood, urine and general spills etc. Curtains should always be replaced when visibly soiled.
Any timescales provided/referenced are always offered as a guideline only and under no circumstances whatsoever constitute a guarantee.