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Biomaster has partnered the manufacturers of an exciting new alternative to radiator covers to help them open up their market to the NHS, heathcare and medical sector.
The Radwraps cover system transforms radiators and can be installed in under one minute with health information or other messages from third party advertisers, creating a revenue source whilst protecting from harmful germs and bacteria.
Basically they are a huge magnet which will cover your entire radiator. Much more efficient than traditional wooden radiator covers, Radwraps use an innovative patent pending design that allows heat to travel through the wrap without losing any energy.
Radwraps also have inbuilt Biomaster antimicrobial technology. Biomaster inhibits the growth and spread of harmful bacteria on the radiator surface, providing a more hygienic environment.
The radiator covers are available in a wide range of colourful patterns and designs or can be custom-designed with any reasonably-sized picture supplied by the customer.
Radwraps are available in any width and up to two metres high and will last for the life of the radiator. They are not compatible with aluminium or non-metal radiators or radiators with a low front surface area.
There will be a preview of the system on the Radwraps stand at the 2018 Infection Prevention and Control Conference on 21 February at The Brewery, London, which will be attended by delegates from across all areas of the healthcare sector.
Radwraps Director James Maddocks explains: ” We are thrilled to have partnered with the world’s leaders in antimicrobial technology. Now our Radwraps are Biomaster protected as well as providing information, safety instructions and advertising space.
The potential for extra revenues is staggering and we hope this extra revenue can be used to great advantage where needed.”
For more information visit the Radwraps website.
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