Introducing the Gregory Medical Boxta, a specially designed chair for hospital use that prioritises infection control without compromising on comfort or durability. The Medical Boxta Chair sets a new benchmark in healthcare seating solutions by ensuring the highest standards of hygiene and cleanliness.
The Medical Boxta Chair is PC2 Compliant, signifying its outstanding infection control compliance and capabilities. It features vinyl upholstery and a vinyl under-seat pan, materials known for their durability and ease of cleaning. These components are compatible with common hospital cleaners, such as disinfectant wipes, ensuring a high level of cleanliness can be maintained effortlessly.
To further enhance the chair’s hygienic properties, it boasts antimicrobial molded seat foam. This innovative technology inhibits the growth of bacteria and other microorganisms, contributing to a safer and healthier environment.
One of the unique features of the Medical Boxta Chair is its design aimed at minimising upholstery seams. Fewer seams mean fewer places for dirt and bacteria to hide, enhancing the chair’s overall cleanliness.
The Medical Boxta Chair is versatile enough for both clinical and non-clinical areas within a healthcare setting. Its flexibility and durability make it the ideal choice for various hospital environments.
A particularly thoughtful feature of the Medical Boxta Chair is its soft tyred friction castors specifically designed for vinyl flooring. They offer smooth and easy maneuverability, and, importantly, their friction design limits the chair’s unintentional movement. This mitigates any potential incidents where the chair could roll away during ingress or egress or when unoccupied. This thoughtful design consideration boosts the safety of staff in the dynamic healthcare environment.
Choose the Gregory Medical Boxta for a chair that combines advanced infection control capabilities with superior ergonmoics and durability. It’s not just a chair; it’s an essential tool for maintaining a clean and hygienic healthcare environment.