IncuCap® Incubator Cover.
IncuCap® incubator covers are constructed using a 3-layered specialty knit fabric which is lightweight and breathable yet impervious to light.
A highly elastic, breathable outer layer assures the IncuCap’s imperviousness to light. The 3D knit spacing fabric underneath ensures optimum noise reduction, provides an antislip effect, and permanently retains the cover’s shape.
Silver ions in the fibre reduce the chance of pathogens attaching to the material. When a germ hits the textile surface the silver ions interfere with its cell physiology, resulting in an interruption of the cell’s metabolism and ultimately death. The effectiveness has been confirmed by scientific research: the number of germs on materials where silver ions have been utilised, compared with textiles without, is reduced by more than 99%. Anti-microbial activity remains nearly unchanged even after 80 washing cycles.
- IncuCap® has been tested and certified according to Oeko-Tex® Standard 100, is bi-elastic, breathable, washable up to 95 °C and suitable for tumble-drying.
- The anti-slip (silicone) interior lining is neutral so that the child can be evaluated without any interfering influences. Access to the infant is flexible and ensured by 4 side and 2 head/foot flaps.
- IncuCap® is available for following incubator models: Dräger Isolette, Airshield C2000, Dräger 8000IC, Dräger Caleo, Giraffe Omnibed, Giraffe Inkubator, Atom Dual Incu I & Incu I, Atom V2100, Weyer Vita, Ardo Amelie Star
All Conceptnatal products have been extensively tested under a development partnership with the University Hospital Tübingen with developmental care principles as the primary focus.
Subdued light, minimised sound levels and flexible yet stable positions: all of these aspects are reflected in Conceptnatal products which are made using materials, attention to detail in manufacturing and appealing design work.
All Conceptnatal products are made to the highest quality in Germany, personally guaranteed by Conceptnatal’s owners: product developer Jasmin Haux and textile engineer Marc Haux.