antibacterial and antiviral protection throughout lifetime of use.

Crown’s healthcare options are claimed to offer safer, flexible solutions tailored to applications in hygiene-sensitive environments. Curves, profiles and right angles are all possible without compromising the board’s surface integrity. Angled locker tops also ease cleaning and ensure unwanted build-up of objects.

Homogeneous, with a closed cell PVC foam core and solid PVC surface, the board Crown use is 100% waterproof, non-toxic, formaldehyde-free and non-porous. It is proven to resist growth of pathogens such as MRSA, E-coli, legionella, listeria, salmonella and viruses.

Unlike MDF however, the board is 100% waterproof, offers zero swelling and two and a half times the screw retention, making it fully suited to healthcare, as well as office and commercial environments.


STAY SAFE SOLUTIONS The scope of infection control is spreading to every aspect of healthcare provision. Traditional areas of treatment are being supplemented by fresh considerations about how to limit risks of COVID-19 outbreaks as well as other viral and bacterial pathogens.

Patient health is essential of course, as it is for care home residents, but management priorities are also centering on staff.

Hospital trusts are now assembling special on-site living pods for doctors, while in care homes, emphasis has fallen on creating infection control barriers between home and workplace by building changing room facilities in standalone structures.

As the Government’s £500m-plus lifeline kicks in to help care homes across the country protect themselves against COVID-19, managers are seeking out and investing in products that help lower infection risk.

A group of care homes in the south- west for example have specified

storage solutions that heighten staff protection by sourcing lockers that come with built-in resistance to bacterial and viral surface growth.

Mobile changing rooms, installed with lockers in special standalone structures, help reduce risk of infection for staff, who change into their workwear before entering main buildings, then switch to civilian clothes after their shift.

Innovative chemical technology is aiding healthcare staff as managers seek ways to combat COVID-19 in the work setting.

Under its new ‘Stay Clean, Stay Safe’ programme, FSC-certified, made in Britain storage specialists Crown Sports Lockers manufacture lockers and associated products fabricated from EcoPlastic recycled PVC board (independently tested to ISO standards) with surfaces proven to inhibit bacterial growth with a 99.99% efficiency rate and kill viruses.

‘Stay Clean, Stay Safe’ solutions include integrated Biomaster inorganic, non-leaching technology that will never wear off, remaining permanently active to provide

Presented with a smooth Sealwise surface, the board prevents viruses and bacteria proliferating, research shows. Today’s more frequent and intense sanitising regimes demand materials like Sealwise that can withstand rigorous daily cleaning and heavy-duty usage without any rise in risk of contamination.

Doors fitted with the 100% waterproof carcasses can be fabricated from real timber or a choice of compact or high- pressure laminates, with 2mm ABS edging, personalised in woodgrain or colours. Locker carcasses can be recycled at end of life.

For wet environments, where real timber doors are lacquered (Crown Sports Lockers run their own lacquering line at their factory) Medicote A/C antimicrobial lacquer is used as standard.

Polyrey compact laminate washroom range doors include sanitised antibacterial treatment, which eliminates 99.9% of all bacteria.

Call: 01803 555885

Email: sales@crownsportslockers.


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