World leaders in technical support surfaces for pressure injury prevention
You will have different requirements of your support surface depending on the end-use. Here we can help you find the right fabric for your specific product, from the most comprehensive range of medical support surfaces available in the world.
Dartex has developed medical support surfaces for each unique care need. From pressure area care, to patient transfer and infection control. We have comprehensive ranges of fabrics for use in hospital, care homes and independent living. Here we can propose the right solution for your care need.
We offer two distinct fabric ranges; Dartex Classic and Dartex Advanced Technologies, which provide specialist properties depending on the medical needs of the patient. Find out more about the right choice for your application using the navigation links on the right.
The knowledge bank is a resource for all our direct customers, end-users as well of course the health care community. We showcase our research, offer technical support including details of legislation and standards. We thought that a comprehensive glossary would also be useful. Look out for the community healthcare portal later this autumn.
Our latest blogs and updates here....
Our media centre is the hub for accessing our latest news & events, press releases, videos and much more. Look out for our podcasts coming soon.
Dartex is an international business, with transfer coating and transfer laminating manufacturing facilities on both sides of the Atlantic. We produce the highest quality fabrics for the world-wide healthcare market. All our fabrics are expertly engineered to be used in a variety of patient support surfaces.
Dartex Coatings Ltd.
Nottingham, NG10 1FZ
Phone: +44 (0)115 983 7676
Fax: +44 (0)115 973 6387
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This Website is owned and operated by
Trelleborg Nottingham Limited
Registered in England Company Number 04168407
You can contact Us by:
phone: +44 115 983 7676
Please note that calls may be recorded or monitored for training purposes.
Fax: +44 115 973 6387
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Trelleborg Nottingham Limited
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