Contour Casings has launched a new anti-ligature radiator guard, which has been designed to overcome the issues that can arise from the installation of guards on uneven walls.
Developed in response to the of needs of mental health service providers to ensure both extra safety and ease of servicing, the DeepClean Extra IP3x guard fixes the problem of gaps between the radiator guard and wall if the surface is uneven.
By using an extra frame that sits between the wall and the top of the guard door, the DeepClean Extra IP3x door can be unlocked and opened easily, with pin-hex turn locks fitted as standard to both the front and top panels of the door.
Gaps between the guard frame and a wall can still be eliminated with anti-pick mastic, but without impeding operation of the door.
The DeepClean Extra IP3x further ensures safety through its grille design, which is compliant with both the Home Office Police Buildings Design Guide – Custody, July 2009, section PD3.02.14 and British Standards test measuring for Ingress Protection, IP3x (BS EN 60529).
The DeepClean Extra IP3x guard carries as standard features common to the existing DeepClean anti-ligature range including:
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