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BUILDINGS, MAINTENANCE & REFURBISHMENT Product Profile: EuroGuard®


ARMSTRONG laundry equipment supplied to Derbyshire special school


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acksons Fencing’s wide arsenal of security products includes its welded security mesh panels: EuroGuard®


. EuroGuard® comes in a range of


different styles all of which have different profiles, designed to accommodate all types of perimeter security applications; Regular, Combi, Extra and Flatform. Regular is ideal for a myriad of applications, from residential areas to commercial properties and schools. In the BRE global guide it achieved an A rating.


All EuroGuard® with a 45mm gap and 5mm wire. Jacksons’ EuroGuard®


styles (apart from Extra) come with 200x50mm wire centres security mesh is a


secure choice for any perimeter security needs. It is easy to install, available in different variations and customisable making it ideal for almost any situation where security is a concern. Its well-engineered design gives it strong security credentials to keep sites and premises safe, and its fence posts allow for integration with CCTV cameras, lighting or any other mounted physical security device. EuroGuard®


comes with a 25-year guarantee ensuring products of the highest quality that will last the test of time.


www.jacksons-security.co.uk/educationsecurity@jacksons-fencing.co.uk


he Pegasus School in Caldwell, Derbyshire, run by the Senad Group, is an independent residential school for young people aged 8 to 19 years with severe learning disabilities, autism and associated challenging behaviour. The school is part of the SENAD Group of specialist schools, adult care homes and community based support services.


The main laundry facilities handle the young people’s personal clothing, bedding and towels and operate seven days a week, 52 weeks a year. The main laundry also handles all the medical/control wash needs for the school. In the autumn of 2015 the school purchased two new 11kg Primus washers, supplied by Armstrong Commercial Laundry Systems and installed by Armstrong dealer, Claridge Electricals.


Stefan McCran who is responsible for catering and housekeeping in the SENAD schools, told us he has had a good relationship with Armstrong for some time, with equipment being supplied to several of the SENAD schools and homes, including an 11kg Amazon washer supplied to Aran Hall School in Gwynedd. “The range of equipment is good and the machines are very reliable,” he said. “Most of the laundry is done by the housekeeping staff in the schools who are given training in the different programmes, control and medical washes. At Bladon House we also have smaller laundry rooms located in the homes for the young people to learn new ‘life skills’ such as how to do their own washing.”


For further information contact Claridge Electricals 01543 373207 www.claridgeelectricals.co.uk


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