Woven Image have responded to a strong demand for contemporary health care finishes that marry style, durability and high performance.
September 4th, 2013
Woven Image have recognised Mono CR and Matrix CR. Two high performance fabrics designed to meet the rigorous demands and superior sanitary requirements of high traffic areas in healthcare facilities and hospitals.
Ensuring longevity, Woven Image have used Crypton Green technology (CR) on both of these new releases. CR technology imbues the product with a permanent stain resistance, moisture barrier, mildew resistance, bacteria resistance, odour resistance as well as suporior cleaning capability with a 1:10 part bleach and water solution.
Each new line boasts a unique patterning, with Mono CR presenting more plainly with a subtle texture – available in 14 different colourways. Matrix CR in contrast offers a more contemporary, detailed patterning, across eight different colourways.
Mono CR and the Matrix CR are new additions to the Healthcare Collection from Woven Image that invest healthcare and medical environments with a contemporary aesthetic backed by the superior performance and technical capability synonymous with Woven Image’s reputation.
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