Disposable Curtains & Cubicle Rails

Bracken Healthcare

Disposable Curtain Systems are fundamentally altering the way that hospitals balance the problem of hygiene versus cost and time. Usually, hospital curtains are the only item not regularly changed before a new patient is admitted to hospital. Beds and lockers are sanitized, freshly laundered sheets and pillowcases are put on the bed, but the patient comes into the same dirty bed curtain. The disposable curtains offer the subsequent benefits and are widely supplied to hospitals throughout the UK:

  • Fresh, clean appearance
  • Effective infection control
  • Quick and easy to change
  • Offer an improved patient environment
  • Always available and easily monitored
  • Low environmental impact
  • Cost effective

Additional information

  • The Newest and easiest way to fit disposable curtains
  • All curtains conform to latest NHS requirements and have audit labels which allow you to indicate the fitting date
  • All are treated with ‘Endurocide’-proven to kill MRSA and recommended against swine flu and other hospital borne bacteria
  • Queen’s Award for Innovation for patented disposable curtain

  • Easily fitted to existing tracks therefore no more hooks as they are fitted directly to the track so simply fit on in seconds
  • Therefore to change a ward of six beds from start to finish takes less than 10 minutes

Winner of the UK’s most prestigious corporate accolade, a Queen’s Award for Innovation for patented disposable curtain. The award recognises the important part these curtains are now playing in minimising infections like MRSA in hospitals, GP surgeries and health centres across the UK.

Durability

The curtains are extremely durable and can last over 12 months but it is recommended that the staff in each ward carry out their own risk assessment to assess how often the curtains should be changed.

Cost Effective

Depending on the ward the disposable curtains can offer a considerable saving compared to the older conventional ones as it massively saves on labour costs, eliminates the laundry costs and there are no hidden costs such as missing hooks or a lost curtain.

Orderly

These leading edge curtains come pre-pleated so therefore look amazingly neat and when not in use the stack is dramatically reduced which allows for more space and allows more light distribution which brings a fresher cleaner appearance.

Blinds Options

  • Roller
  • Vertical
  • Venetian
  • Blackout Blinds
  • Environmental Friendly Screen Fabric
  • Soltis 99 Activ antibacterial screen fabric
  • Biocote Antimicrobial fabrics for both Roller & Vertical
  • Antimicrobial Microban Rigid PVC Verticals
  • Anti ligature Blind options using special Magnetic Suspension System
  • Anti ligature Battery operated options for all three types of Blinds
  • Electric operation option for all four types of Blinds

Cubicle Rails 

  • G-Rail 4100 & 5100 Cubicle Rail Systems
  • G-Rail Load Release System (LRS) for Anti Ligature Cubicle Rails
  • Kestrel Magnetic Suspension Anti Ligature System
  • All Silent Gliss, G-Rail & Forest Curtain Rail Systems

Disposable Curtains

  • Easy Fit Coated Disposable Curtain
  • Uni Fit Disposable Curtain
  • Marlux Disposable Curtain
  • Extra Long Disposable Curtain for Ceiling mounted Rails
  • Disposable Window Curtain Application

Curtains

  • Cubicle Screen Curtains with either Eyelet or Bottom Hole Header
  • Anti Microbial Bio Active range of Trevira CS fabric
  • New Cliniweave range of Anti-MRSA fabric
  • Biocote range of antimicrobial fabric

Testimonials

“This new curtain is fantastic and will save lots of time.”
Southampton General Hospital

“We have noticed the difference in cleanliness since fitting disposable curtains throughout the hospital.”
Guys and St Thomas’ Hospital

“What a wonderful new invention, I can instantly see the saving in time.”
Eastbourne General Hospital

“The speed of changing curtains will make such a difference in our intensive care unit.”
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Woolwich

“No more hooks to replace, they are the only thing that we can’t clean.”
University College London Hospital

“We have decided to convert totally to disposable curtains.”
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital