Shower Tracks & Shower Curtains

Movatrack Shower Tracks

Movatrack shower tracks are ideally suited to all contract applications. Utilising the strong and rigid Movatrack profile, they have a hygienic, wipe-clean, white powder-coated finish as standard.
Roller wheel curtain hooks remove any need to lubricate the track, and ensure effortless movement of the shower curtains. Movatrack shower tracks are available from stock in a range of standard sizes including straight tracks, L-shapes and a U-shape. Bespoke tracks may be manufactured to order.

Shower Tracks with Kestrel Anti-Ligature System

These shower tracks may also be fitted with the Kestrel Magnetic Suspension System for anti-ligature use (as shown on the right). This is essential in psychiatric areas and greatly reduces the risk of self-harm by patients.
Specification: Movatrack shower tracks as manufactured by Valley Blinds. Aluminium track with white powder-coated finish, and complete with all necessary fittings including roller wheel curtain hooks at 10 per metre.

Ultraguard Shower Curtains

Your Shower Area is an important area for hygiene control. Traditional curtains with sewn hems can trap dirt and have to be machine laundered.
Our ultraguard® Shower Curtains are hygienic with no seams to ensure zero dirt entry.They are a highly durable polyester fabric with a smooth wipe-clean PVC finish suitable for use with any detergent.

With metal eyelets for strength and standard widths designed to fit all standard shower tracks, our ultraguard® Shower Curtains are the ultimate choice for all your shower areas.

Shield Plus Shower Curtains

Over the past two decades, Hospital Acquired Infection (HAI) has presented a significant challenge.

The impact that such infections have on patient safety, health and well-being brings distress to both them and their families, not to mention the healthcare professionals caring for them. This burden to human welfare is compounded by the financial cost to the NHS in terms of service delivery.

Such costs are not isolated to the hospital alone but to the extended network of healthcare services with prolonged inpatient stay, further treatments, outpatient consultations and subsequent visits to GPs and community care.

It is a disturbing statistic that approximately 5,000 people die each year in the UK from directly attributable HAI, and in a further 15,000 cases it is considered a substantial contributor.

shield plusIt is known that the routes to infection are multiple, diverse and it is difficult to quantify the role of the environment in the transfer of infection. Some report that 19% of contamination may be attributable to the environment, others as much as 40%. The greatest risk for patients is contamination in their immediate vicinity such as bed rails, lockers, curtains, bedding and upholstery.