Medical Bedding with PneumaPure® filter technology - barrier to microbial contamination
Unique barrier features keep contamination out
Durable, soft touch, and high-performance textile, heat sealed seams, and PneumaPure® filter for ventilation – combination of innovations improving safety and sustainability.
Keeping SleepAngel bedding clean is quick and simple
SleepAngel Medical barrier bedding products save time, environment, and money.
Products do not require dry cleaning or laundry and can be used safely long term.
Introducing SleepAngel Medical Barrier Bedding pillows to healthcare facilities marks a significant leap towards enhanced safety and sustainability.
Evaluation by Prof. Valerie Edwards-Jones (Emeritus Professor of Medical Microbiology, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK).
SleepAngel Medical bedding is the winner in the category “Rehabilitation equipment”, presented by our partner Maliphant.
Clinically proven barrier to pathogen ingress, yet well ventilated, breathable and comfortable.
Patented bedding range, clinically proven to block viruses, allergens, microbes, and mould.
Hermetically sealed cushioning device keeping pathogens out, no stitching holes.
- Certified as Class I Medical Device in the EU
- Registered Class I Medical Device with the FDA
- Approved and registered with the SFDA
"PneumaPure® filter technology is an important breakthrough in the fight against HAl’s. Just as handwashing, door handles and the equipment associated with patient environments have all been addressed from the IPC perspective, now a greater locus of HAl risk can be resolved.
The threat to patient, caregiver, and visitor safety from contaminated bedding interiors is so apparent that it could be argued that PneumaPure® filter technology should be not just recommended for adoption, but mandated."
Paul Clarke: “Not until you see the innovation used by SleepAngel with the use of the PneumaPure® Filter technology that you understand the difference between a standard washable product and a world class Medical Device"
Each bed is now using one pillow, which is a reduction from previously using two or three pillows.