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The next step in hygienic wall cladding

Fight bacteria with Trovex' antimicrobial wall cladding in healthcare buildings and beyond

In association with
The Children's Emergency Department at Royal Free Hospital.
The Children's Emergency Department at Royal Free Hospital.

It is estimated that 300,000 patients a year in England acquire a healthcare associated infection (HCAI) as a result of care within a healthcare environment. Effective prevention and control of such infections can be costless and, more importantly, save lives. Trovex is the leader in innovative antimicrobial and hygienic finishes in healthcare, pharmaceutical, education, retail and hospitality sectors.

Established in 1998, Trovex has developed unrivalled excellence in healthcare solutions. Innovation is at the forefront of its range of pioneering products, including high performance cubicle systems, PVC wall claddings, clinical modular wash stations and doorsets to multiple industries.

 
Trovex at Brentwood Special School.
Trovex at Brentwood Special School.

Trovex specialises in products that fight bacterial growth in important and critical healthcare areas. In a highly competitive industry, maintaining a product portfolio at the cutting edge of modern healthcare solutions is essential. Trovex remains ahead of the curve through extensive product development and research into new methods and technologies. The company is constantly investing in frontline solutions to improve the current healthcare experience.

 

 
  • Trovex diamond hygienic wall cladding at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home's.
    Trovex diamond hygienic wall cladding at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home's.
  • Trovex in a children's emergency department.
    Trovex in a children's emergency department.
  • Trovex hygienic wall cladding at Jupiter Sitting Room.
    Trovex hygienic wall cladding at Jupiter Sitting Room.
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Besides its durability and easy maintenance, Trovex’s hygienic wall cladding was developed to stop bacteria growth. It contains activ:ion, a highly antimicrobial PVC additive which reduces bacteria growth by up to 99.99%. This innovative development has enabled PVC to become a must-have finish for healthcare, food, leisure and education sectors. Further, in both retail and hospitality, the low maintenance aspect of Trovex means it does not interfere with spatial design. This allows for endless functional possibilities, enhancing spaces such as clinics, spas, hotels, restaurants and commercial washrooms.

 

 
  • Trovex at Royal Free Hospital accident and emergency ward.
    Trovex at Royal Free Hospital accident and emergency ward.
  • Trovex hygienic wall cladding at commercial washrooms.
    Trovex hygienic wall cladding at commercial washrooms.
  • Trovex featured in a restaurant.
    Trovex featured in a restaurant.
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Trovex offers a range of vibrant and pastel colours, finishes, textures and sizes, with the new woodgrain colour range, called essence, being top notch in design. Trovex have recently launched a new cladding range – Resilience - which maximises protection in demanding areas. The minor undulations of the surface of the sheet prevents scratching and scuffing, maintaining the surface condition for an even longer time.


For those who want to combine comfort and sustainability, Trovex is the ideal request.

For more information and technical support visit: www.trovex.com

 

Contact:

01707 254170


 

 

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