Anti-climb facia systems provide building protection to rooflines

  • 13 Jan 2017

Contour Casings has launched a heavy duty anti-climb fascia system for secure and residential detention units, designed to protect rooflines from unauthorised access and vandalism.

The anti-climb fascia works in conjunction with almost any guttering system to provide a virtually un-scalable roofline.

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Suitable for installation on new build and RMI projects, the system comprises an integrated internal framework which ensures a robust solution and main ‘bullnose’ panels manufactured from 3mm thick aluminium alloy.

For high risk areas, Contour can manufacture fascia panels in mild or stainless steel.

Downpipe protection

Contour’s anti-climb fascia is complemented by a downpipe protection system which can be fitted to full encase cast iron, plastic and aluminium downpipes.

Precision engineered from 2mm thick, architectural grade aluminium, the durable, lightweight and non-corrodible system makes climbing pipes virtually impossible.

Contour Casings,
Stafford Park 15,
Telford,
Shropshire,
TF3 3BB,
UK

Phone: 01952 290 498
Fax: 01952 210 261

Visit Contour Casings' website

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