Undoubtedly textiles are an essential part of interior design. They add some character to a place. It might seem their main function is purely aesthetic, however, they can also improve safety and hygiene. The only condition is the kind of the textiles used.
Trevira is a German manufacturer of high-quality polyester fibers and yarns. On Building Healthcare show that took place in Dubai from 2-4 October, the company introduced a wide range of materials made of flame retardant fibres produced by Trevira partners.
Nowadays modern textile and furnishing requirements are constantly growing, especially in healthcare institutions. To meet the highest criteria of quality, functionality, colour and hygiene, perfectly matched colour conceptions and attractive spaces were made to improve space orientation for users.
Suitable use of materials such as curtains, drapes, blinds and sliding panels, upholstery and bedding textile can improve acoustic comfort protecting your privacy. That way we can feel more relaxed and comfy.
Antimicrobial textiles are especially desired in places where hygiene is of highest demand. The ideal materials for use in healthcare institutions like hospital environments, clinics, spas, care homes, etc. should improve the safety and make the places more visually attractive and comfortable.
Trevira CS i Trevira CS Bioactive have antimicrobial and inherently flame retardant function. They limit the growth of bacteria and odour production so the textiles stay fresh for a longer time. The properties of the fibres are integrated at molecular level. That mean they remain unaffected by repeated washing, abrasion and ageing. The materials meet the requirements of the relevant international fire safety standards. All fibers and yarns Trevira are certified with Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certificate. They are produced according to the highest standards of sustainable products.
Trevira CS and Trevira CS Bioactive fabrics for the healthcare sector presented at the show in Dubai came from suppliers: Delius, Dina Vanelli, Fidivi Tessitura Vergnano, Gebrüder Munzert, JAB, Mattes & Ammann, Pugi, Rubelli, Rudolf Breuer Mechanische Weberei, Schmitz Textiles/drapilux, Subrenat, Verotex.