Frogs add fun to Ward 23


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

River bank scenes including frogs, ducks and lilies, feature in the sheet vinyl floorcoverings supplied by commercial flooring specialists Polyflor Ltd for Ward 23 of Freeman Hospital in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. The inlaid designs were created, in conjuction with the ward staff, by the Polyflor Expressions Designs Service, which uses computerised water jet cutting techniques to produce a variety of precise shapes and styles for inset decoration. Polyflor Mystique PU and Polyclad Plus in a variety of shades have been installed throughout the main corridors and side wards by Durastic Ltd of Jarrow in Tyne and Wear. Polyflor Mystique PU features a specially formulated polyurethane coating which is said to significantly reduce the maintenance costs of the product by improving the soil resistance and cleanability of the floor. Polyflor says the floorcovering conforms to BN649: 1996, has a Class 2 fire rating to BS476: Part 7 and, fully tested to the proposed new prEN 13501-1, is certified as Class Bfl-S 1, achieving t





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