Another smart product range by Consort!

Consort Claudgen has introduced an improved range of slimline low surface temperature fan heaters with intelligent fan control. Each PLSTi heater is equipped with intelligent fan control which detects the temperature in the environ- ment and automatically adjusts its fan speed to

quickly achieve a warm airflow temperature. This allows the heater to immediately blow hot air, even when initially powered on in a very cold room. Enhanced with one of the latest low energy consumption EC motors, these smart heaters also operate on a very low noise level, are more durable with a strengthened grille and splash proof. Flooring helps to improve acoustics

High performance Polyflor vinyl flooring designed to provide dual sustainable slip resist- ance and improved acoustic performance within a building was recently installed at Downing Drive Surgery. Polysafe Wood fx Acoustix PUR in American Oak was fitted in the surgery’s

reception and circulation areas while Polysafe Standard PUR in Ash Grey was fitted in all the consulting rooms. Suitable for demanding, high traffic commercial environments like in this healthcare facility, Polysafe Wood fx Acoustix floorcovering provides an impact sound reduction level of 19dB thanks to its integrated foam backing.

0161 767 1111 Established reputation for quality

Wardray Premise Ltd is a 4th generation, family run, British manufacturer which has been trading for more than 100 years. They are accredited to ISO9001:2008 and ISO13485:2012, with an established rep- utation for quality and reliability. They are based in the UK with two manufacturing

facilities. The Company’s portfolio includes: Structural radiation shielding products for medical diagnostic and radiotherapy applica- tions; Accessory products and solutions for X-ray and MRI environ- ments; Industrial shielding for non-destructive testing (NDT) facilities. Clarke’s Safety Mirrors Ltd

Clarke’s Safety Mirrors Ltd is one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of safety mirrors. Made from impact resistant Acrylic or unbreakable Polycarbonate and Stainless Steel, these mirrors have a superb reflection and are widely used in the Educational, Mental Health and

Correctional environments. In fact, any environment where public safety is of paramount importance. The company also supply safety backed glass mirrors to BS6206 and impact resistant glass mirrors in stunning aluminium frames throughout the UK. Its experienced sales team would be pleased to advise on any existing or future projects.

One operation to open multiple locks

Keeping patients and staff safe within mental health and acute health facilities remains a key priority and to simplify locking procedures a leading designer and manufacturer of anti-ligature products has created a new addition to its range of removable door stops, which is set to

revolutionise security. Intastop Ltd, has launched its Secura™ Stop Multilock Removable Door Stop where one operation opens multiple locks, to particularly support vulnerable patients in the mental health sector and those that care for them. New Secure Armchair

The Orleton capped armchair from Tough Furniture is neatly proportioned and ergonom- ically designed for comfort, and is fully plywood lined to all faces inside and out of the frame. The frame itself features solid beech rails which are glued, screwed and dowled in construction. The fabric and upholstery, with removable back and seat cushions, is designed

and cut to minimise the number of seams with all staples concealed within the body of the chair. The Orleton is available in a wide range of severe contract vinyl and fabric options to crib 5 or crib 7.

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