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PRODUCTS 50-YEAR-OLD PRODUCT MAKES


COMEBACK TO HELP BEAT THE VIRUS When the Melaphone Speech Unit was designed 50 years ago for the booking offices at British Rail stations, nobody could have predicted that half a century later it would suddenly be in such high demand. The current pandemic had created an urgent need for all protective equipment – both for personal use and in the working environment.


This is the reason the Melaphone has come into its own again. Its unique design, with its resonating membrane and air-sealed construction, make it the ideal device to install in any situation where face- to-face communication occurs. It not only offers protection from air-borne viruses and pathogens, it also enhances and clarifies the frequently muffled sound when people speak through a screen.


Its protective credentials have been certified to ISO 14644-1 Class 5 – indeed, it has often been specified by architects and designers for use in hospitals, laboratories and cleanrooms or anywhere hygiene is of paramount importance. It is a simple and ingenious invention which requires no servicing, wiring or electrical supply. It is also very easy to keep clean and safe with an antiseptic wipe.


The Melaphone has now been built into the new Defender Virus Screens produced by the company and numerous doctors’ surgeries, medical centres, clinics and pharmacies in the UK have had these


screens installed with considerable success and approval. The screens are individually made and every component is of the highest quality, giving a clean, sleek and professional appearance in any healthcare environment.


The Melaphone is still available as a stand-alone unit for installation into walls, glass or plastic screens, windows or doors. It can easily be retro- fitted into existing structures and requires no special skill to install.


The range has been expanded to meet the growing demand for the units. In addition to the original brushed aluminium model there is a stainless-steel model, a white powder-coated aluminium model and the newest and highly successful Himacs acrylic-resin model.


All of these models are available from stock and can be purchased from Melaphone VisAudio.


https://melaphone.co.uk/


SUSTAINABLE WARMTH AND COMFORT


FROM SNICKERS WORKWEAR Stay warm or cool in Snickers 100% all-natural Merino wool mid- and base-layer clothes that deliver optimal comfort for all kinds of working environments and leisure activities when the weather gets chilly.


There are short and long-sleeve T-shirts as well as leggings and topwear that combine superior wool warmth with body-mapping designs for the ultimate base- and mid-layer protection in really cold conditions.


Designed by nature for excellent ventilation and insulation, Merino wool is extremely soft, and naturally odour-preventive for an all-day fresh feel. It’s also temperature-regulating, anti-static and repels water and dirt particles. Snickers Workwear ensures that the wool it uses is produced in kind-to-animals environments that are mulesing-free - meaning the sheep don’t undergo the painful procedure that is common on non-Merino sheep.


All in all, Snickers Workwear clothing for autumn and winter give you the kind of warm, dry and fresh working comfort you wouldn’t have thought possible.


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That’s why Snickers Workwear is the brand of choice for working outside in cold weather.


www.snickersworkwear.co.uk


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