The use of stainless steel in the medical and healthcare industry is extensive. Everything from operating tables to keyboard stands to the various instruments used by medical professionals are made out of stainless steel material. This resource will discuss the advantages found in using stainless steel drawer liners in medical offices and facilities.
Drawer liners come in a variety of materials, sizes and forms. The purpose of using a drawer liner is for protection of the drawer itself from leaking or discoloring contents that may be held in it. Drawer liners are also used for organization and cleanliness. Some drawer liners are made to adhere to the drawer’s surface. Other liners may be made to fit within the drawer snugly so that no movement is allowed. Some drawer liners are made of paper or thin film materials that deteriorate over time while other liners are made of durable materials like plastics and metals. Drawer liners are used residentially and commercially.
Medical facilities, such as hospitals, doctor’s offices, dentist offices and other facilities providing medical treatment, have significant storage requirements. Having supplies on hand when needed is an vital part of providing treatment to patients. Drawers in desks, shelving and cabinets are commonly used in treatment and storage rooms of medical facilities. Drawers function to hold all kinds of supplies and even equipment used in medical treatment. It is not uncommon to use compartments within the drawers to organize these different stored items. Also, because of the nature of the medical environment and the frequent accessing of the drawers, damage and spills are not uncommon. Drawer liners are used to provide a barrier between the drawer surface and the articles stored in the drawer.
Medical facilities in particular should consider use of a stainless steel drawer liner instead of those materials that may deteriorate or crack over time. Below are listed just a few of the advantages of a Stainless Steel Drawer Liner over those made of lesser materials: