Protech used in Mosaic’s Début

Posted on May 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Début, the first collection to be launched under the new Skopos healthcare brand Mosaic, is a new loose cover collection printed onto “Protech” , which Skopos says is an inherently flame retardant 100% polyester fabric. Suitable for use as loose covers in hospitals and nursing homes, “Début” is available in six designs across 31 colourways, all carefully selected to co-ordinate with existing Skopos healthcare fabric collections to allow loose covers to be introduced into existing schemes. “Début” is printed onto “Protech” a new modified polyester fabric which Skopos says is: … Flame retardant to full NHS specification … Fully washable to NHS laundry requirements for thermal disinfecting … Screen printed as opposed to transfer printed thus offering excellent colour fastness even under commercial laundry conditions. “Début” is available made up into loose covers from furniture manufacturers on the NHS contract. Fabric on the roll, curtains and duvets printed onto cotton, or Protech, are available th

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