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Tips For Selecting Hospital Privacy Curtains

Cubicle Curtain Kit 108in x 48in for 9ft Ceilings

Cubicle Curtain Kit 108in x 48in for 9ft Ceilings

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Cubicle Curtain Kit 84in x 36in for 9ft Ceilings

Cubicle Curtain Kit 84in x 36in for 9ft Ceilings

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Cubicle Curtain Kit 96in x 36in x 96in for 9 ft ceilings

Cubicle Curtain Kit 96in x 36in x 96in for 9 ft ceilings

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Although there is no doubt that the major function of a cubicle curtain within a hospital facility is to provide the patient privacy, that doesn't mean they have to look boring or plain. Finding stylish hospital privacy curtains that also match the décor or color scheme of your office or hospital isn't impossible if you consider the basic colors, what will contrast or blend and what patterns you think will match your desired end appearance.

 

One of the most important things to keep in mind is the overall construction and safety issues with regards to hospital privacy curtains. It is essential to check that the curtains are made from fabric that is confirmed to be IFR or inherently fire retardant. Fabrics that are IFR will remain resistant to fire throughout the life of the curtain, regardless of washing or cleaning. This is far superiors to fabrics that are just treated to be fire retardant, potentially becoming problematic as the curtain ages and goes through different cleaning processes.

 

Manufacturing with regards to hospital privacy curtains is also important, even if you are considering using disposable curtains. Ideally a #2 grommet will provide the strongest and most secure grommet option, preventing the curtains from becoming torn at the hooks with normal use. With grommets that are too small or incorrectly attached to the fabric of the curtain the movement of the curtain will detach the grommet, leading to frequent replacement and much higher maintenance costs.

 

There are many different types of hospital privacy curtains on the market. Eco-friendly curtains are a wonderful environmental option for green hospital facilities since they are made from optimized polyester and an environmentally safe catalyst. These curtains come in patterns and colors and are manufactured with environmentally safe dyes. In addition the polyester material is fully recyclable, meaning the curtains are literally fully manufactured as sustainable fabrics.

 

Antibacterial and antimicrobial hospital privacy curtains come in a 12 ounce and 8 ounce fabric weight and are pre-treated with an antimicrobial to prevent the growth of molds, fungi and many different types of bacteria. In addition the antimicrobial hospital privacy curtains are also stain resistant and have odor releasing properties for easy care and cleaning. Within hospital and medical facilities these properties can really help in decreasing the transmission of germs and bacteria from patient to patient.

 

Another type of specialized hospital privacy curtain is the bioactive curtain. These curtains are constructed with a natural flame retardant fiber known as Trevira CS Bioactive, which also provides antibacterial protection that will last the life of the curtain. In addition these curtains have obtained the Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certification, ensuring that they will not cause skin irritations or result in allergic reactions. 

 

Despite all the highly functional aspects of hospital privacy curtains they are also a part of the décor. Look for curtains that include patterns that match the office, examination room or patient rooms, or even curtains that add a touch of bold color or pattern to an otherwise rather sterile looking environment. This can take away stress and increase patient comfort while making the working space more pleasant for staff as well.