Why choose Thermoform table tops?
Overbed table top is actually quite a large feature of the overbed table and the right table top can change the entire look of your room. You don’t just want a product that looks good though. You want a product that will stand up to the rigours of the hospital environment as well. Vinyl wrap table top for overbed tables are perfect, and here’s everything you need to know. For more information or to take a look at the range that is available, call our 1800 number.
A Thermoform top are made of an MDF panel that has been cut, routed and profiled as desired and then glued and covered with a vinyl form that is pressed to the top using heat and vacuum. The back of the table top is usually pre-laminated. Vinyl wrapped overbed table tops have no joints (without gaps) as the vinyl goes all the way around the table top to eliminate the ingress of water and bacteria.
1.Thermoform top overbed tables are Versatile and Attractive
One of the biggest benefits of vinyl wrap overbed table top is the fact that they are so versatile. The MDF panels that the vinyl is attached to can be designed to a number of profiles, from simple flat surface to a raised edge to prevent spillages. The vinyl itself comes in a large range of colours including solid and wood grain colours and the finish can be smooth, textured or even gloss.
2.Thermoform tops are Durable and Low Maintenance
Another reason why vinyl wrap doors are such a great choice for your facility is the fact that they are both durable and low maintenance, which is what you want of any materials that you use in such a high traffic area. Overbed table Thermoform tops are scratch resistant and they won’t chip. As well, they also seal out moisture, so you don’t have to worry about the top warping or swelling. Thermoform tops also need nearly no maintenance at all, just wipe them clean.
3.Thermoform tops are Easy to Clean
Another benefit of vinyl wrap tops is the fact that they are so easy to clean. All you need to do is to give them a wipe with a soft sponge and some soapy water, and then dry them off afterwards. There is no need to use heavy or harsh cleaners at all – in fact, doing so may actually damage the door! If you have stubborn stains or marks that won’t come off with the soapy water, just gently wipe these off using methylated spirits.