NSS 7003 Laundry Collection Trolley
Laundry Collection Trolley
- Stainless steel main structure
- Removable rip-proof sharkskin washable bag with drawstring
- Durable powder-coated finish
- Pushing handles on both sides
- High quality, removable and washable canvas
- 360°Swivel and diagonal lockable castors
- Fully welded steel frame
- Additional bags available
- Corner Spinning Wheels
- Removable strong linen bag.
This workshop trolley can be used for dental hospital, hotel room, beauty places, easy to place or store good, clinic, designed for the collection of dirty linen in the hospitality industry, hospitals, nursing homes etc. Can also be used for collecting dry waste items like cardboard etc,
- Universal silent casters & removable design, easy to move, space-saving.
- 2 fixed and 2 Swivel 125mm diameter non-marking, grey rubber castors
- Full wrap around 25mm D buffer
Why Stainless Steel?
The medical industry has the most stringent standards of sanitation in design and execution. Due to the prevalence of medical malpractice lawsuits, anything that comes into contact with patients in any way or that is surgically implanted into their bodies must be 100% sanitary and must work perfectly 100% of the time.
Stainless steel is the best material for a host of medical applications because of its versatility and the difficulty that microorganisms have colonising on its surface. Consequently, stainless steel is ubiquitous in the manufacture of medical devices. Grade 304 stainless steel is the grade most commonly used.
Characteristics of Grade 304 Stainless Steel in Medical Devices
Grade 304 is strong and durable but also highly workable. This makes it a great material for sinks, pans, bowls, hollow ware and other medical vessels. Due to its low yield strength and high potential for elongation, grade 304 stainless steel is easily formed into complex shapes without going through the process of annealing.
Uses for Grade 304 Stainless Steel
Uses for grade 304 stainless steel include: orthopaedic implants, precision stainless steel tubing, bone fixation, artificial heart valves, containers for chemicals and other hazardous materials, tools, wires, curettes, plates, prostheses, screws, syringes, needles, catheters and sensor probes. Office uses include sinks, tables, bowls, knives and trays.