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Exhibitor Spotlight Samuel Heath

Find out how door closers can enhance care home safety and comfort from Samuel Heath at stand W146.

Samuel Heath will attend the Care Show 2015 with two versions of Powermatic, the controlled, concealed door closer that delivers a host of fire safety, aesthetic and comfort benefits to residential care homes.

In addition to meeting all relevant fire and accessibility requirements, Powermatic offers care homes a number of advantages over standard, surface mounted door closers thanks to the fact that it is totally concealed when the door is closed.

Concealment ensures that the appearance of doors and interiors is not spoiled by the unsightly control arms and boxes that are a feature of ordinary overhead door closers. It also creates a more homely, less institutionalised environment for staff and clients.

The door closer can also be mounted at a low position in the door, which offers a useful anti-ligature solution for homes accommodating vulnerable people.

Of particular interest to the care and nursing home sectors will be the latest addition to the Powermatic range; Powermatic Free Swing. This door closer possesses all of the performance and operational benefits of the standard version, but also allows doors to be operated normally, with no added resistance to access, and they can be left open as desired.

The Free Swing model is connected to the building’s low voltage fire alarm system. The door closer is placed into free swing mode by simply opening the door to its maximum. The door remains in manual operation until the fire alarm is activated, or there is a power failure, at which point the inactive door closer becomes active and the door is closed automatically at a controlled rate.


Could shentongroup’s Power Call system get your care home back online within an hour of a blackout? Find out at stand W210.

Following on from successful exhibition stands at last year’s Care Shows in Bournemouth and Birmingham, shentongroup are returning in 2015 to spread the word on how the company can help clients with standby power generators, CHP systems, generator rental, generator maintenance and its Power Call service.

Power Call gives you emergency power generator access 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year through shentongroup’s nationwide network

of power generator engineers and depots. The company aims to have a generator on-site and running within one hour of a power failure.

shentongroup’s record for delivering an emergency generator is 23 minutes, providing vital power for a care home that suffered a blackout in heavy snow. The company is so confident of its speed and efficiency that it guarantees you’ll have generator power within three hours – or your money back.

Talking about exhibitions, a spokesperson for shentongroup commented: “We see exhibitions as a great way to meet up with both existing and new clients alike to discuss new and innovative ideas and concepts and to show clients why we are the UK’s leading technical experts in Standby Power, Uninterruptible Power Supplies and Combined Heat & Power Systems.”

Talk to the shentongroup team at stand W210.

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Powermatic is totally maintenance- free and has been tested to in excess of 500,000 closing cycles. Its reliability is backed by a manufacturer’s 10-year guarantee. Full technical support, including on- site assistance is also available.

Visitors to Samuel Heath’s stand (W146) at the Care Show will be able to see full-size working doors fitted with both versions of Powermatic and discuss technical details on the product and its applications with the company’s sales staff.


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