Addmaster technology makes sense for Flexion

Flexion Optical Fibre Limited, manufacturer of sensory optical fibre applications, is using Addmaster additive technology in their new and unique range of sensory products.

Sensory equipment is a vital and effective part in the treatment of children and adults with learning disabilities.

Flexion’s new PolymerSparkle harnesses can be used in sensory learning exploration and special educational needs applications such as multisensory rooms. They also have a calming influence on stress or anxiety for adults.

To complement the stimulation of sight and touch, PolymerSparkle now offers stimulation to the sense of smell with Scentmaster, replacing the unpleasant smell of plastic with a vanilla fragrance.

Flexion’s entire range of soft plastic sensory products are also protected with Biomaster antimicrobial technology, making them more hygienic and helping prevent the risk of cross contamination.

Biomaster treated products are proven to inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria  and provides antimicrobial protection for the lifetime of the product.

According to Steve Lewis of Flexion, “offering PolymerSparkle with Scentmaster fragrance technology AND lasting antimicrobial protection gives us a clear competitive advantage in a market that is vital and effective part in the treatment of sensory disorders with children and adults alike.”

Addmaster Marketing Manager Karl Shaw adds; “This is a great example of how additive technology can help make a product stand out from the crowd.  Scentmaster ensures that all the subtle tones of the fragrance are kept, making the sensory experience more stimulating.”

Biomaster provides the comfort of antimicrobial protection and the unique manufacturing process for

The Vanilla PolymerSparkle has a standard Phthalates free sheathing and is REACH compliant. Scentmaster complies with EN71 Toy Regulations.

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*Please note that Addmaster was acquired by the Polygiene Group AB in January 2021, so all news articles prior to that date will still be branded as Addmaster.