Renray successfully launched their revolutionary and innovative mattress range at the recent NAEP exhibition at Chesford Grange Conference Centre, Kenilworth.
Made with “Noodles Technology”, our new mattress range is;
Audits show that approx. 60% of foam mattresses are contaminated and unfit for human use.
Noodles Technology is the first static mattress that can be 100% decontaminated
Reduces Micro-Climate humidity by 54% and temperature by 17% due to open Noodles structure and Dartex cover
Enhanced Patient Comfort
With average interface pressure readings as low as 15mmHg, the Zoned Noodles Technology mattress delivers exceptional care to vulnerable individuals
Long-Life Product & Recyclable
With an 8 year life and a Renray buy back, Noodles Technology eliminates disposal costs and gives you a saving on replacement mattresses.
Lots of interest at NAEP!
Noodles drummed up a lot of interest from visitors to the stand and caught the attention of a couple of influential figures from the Healthcare sector;
Former Care Minister & MP, Paul Burstow, spent time on our stand learning all about Noodles Technology. Thoroughly impressed with our mattresses infection control properties, he later tweeted about Noodles to his 15.5k followers; https://twitter.com/PaulBurstow/status/874931084051591172
Roy Lilley, Health Writer and Commentator for the NHS, was equally awestruck with our product launch, tweeting whether it was the only new product at NAEP and describing the Noodles range as “magic” and having the “wow” factor to his 42k followers; https://twitter.com/RoyLilley/status/874922163870072833
We entered Noodles into NAEP’s annual “Innovative Product Showcase” and were pipped to the post by GBUK Banana’s Transfer Board, with just one vote in it!
If you would like more information on our new range of “Noodles Technology” mattresses, please contact us on 01606 593 456.
N.B. Paul Burstow is a Social Policy Entrepreneur and Thought Leader. He chairs the Tavistock & Portman NHS Foundation Trust and is professor of health & social care at City University, London. Between 1997 and 2015 he was Liberal Democrat MP for Sutton and Cheam. He served as the minister of state for care services between 2010 and 2012. In the latter role he covered a wide range of social policy issues including mental health, adult social care, carers, personal health budgets, safeguarding vulnerable adults, end of life care and long term conditions.