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Teknomek Ltd

Teknomek broadens its PVC strip curtain range with anti-microbial options

Teknomek’s PVC strip curtains are renowned for helping reduce hygiene risk by keeping differently graded areas within cleanrooms separate. The company has now extended this protection by adding anti-microbial protection embedded within the PVC to prevent the growth of bacteria, including MRSA, and further minimising the risk of cross-contamination. The anti-microbial curtains are built to last, with silver ions incorporated during the manufacturing process, providing significantly greater microbial resistance. The hard-wearing curtains suitable for use in temperatures of +38°C to - 10°C.

Sue Springett, commercial manager at Teknomek, says: “The new anti-microbial strip curtains offer an additional level of microbial security. It demonstrates that you take risk management seriously by closing another potential chink in the armour.

“Cross contamination continues to be a major issue, by embedding anti-microbial properties within the curtains, another risk is minimised through product design without incurring additional procedures.”

The PVC strips are available in widths of 200mm and 300mm and with thickness options of 2mm/3mm to suit particular use case scenarios both within and beyond the cleanroom to extend hygienic standards throughout the facility. They can be coupled with light duty hooking systems for interior pedestrian doorways, or with a heavy-duty version for heavy plant openings, which is robust enough to cope with regular forklift traffic.

They can be delivered as 50mm rolls or as pre-cut strips, which come with or without stainless steel plates ready to fit to existing hanging systems.

While people and plant can pass through easily, rain and wind are kept out of the facility. The curtains’ thermal properties retain heat offering a simple and eco-friendly way to help reduce energy costs. The tough PVC also acts as a sound barrier, reducing noise transfer between areas.

Teknomek offer a broad range of PVC curtains to suit numerous scenarios, these include clear, polar (for chilled environments), perforated (for maximum ventilation) and anti-static, alongside specialist hangers. For further information, please visit https://www.teknomek.co.uk/hygiene-waste/insect-control/pvc-strip-curtains or call 01603 788833 to request a catalogue.

About Teknomek

Founded in 1987, Teknomek Ltd. designs, manufactures and supplies specialist furniture and equipment for industries where excellence in hygiene is critical. It offers an exhaustive catalogue of over 1,000 high specification products sourced to complement its own line of hygienic furniture, manufactured to exacting standards with precision welding of 304 or 316 grade stainless steel.

As a customer-focused business, Teknomek works to three guiding principles: quality, speed and service. Customers enjoy a unique combination of leading edge design, high quality manufacture and service, on-time dispatch and value for money. In addition to a wide range of stock, customised and bespoke options are available to suit the most exacting of requirements and specifications.

Teknomek supports sectors including food, pharmaceutical, healthcare, medical, electronics and scientific research.

For further information, contact Teknomek on 01603 788 833, teknomek.co.uk or mail@teknomek.co.uk 
phone +44 (0)1603 788 833
email mail@teknomek.co.uk
web www.teknomek.co.uk
email Brunel Way, Sweetbriar Industrial Estate, Norwich, Norfolk NR3 2BD
 
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