Our FD30 fire rated patent pending patient viewing system, has been developed in conjunction with various hospitals in the mental health sector.
The units feature a robust design with 6mm toughened safety glass, 6.4mm pyrodor fire safety film which will hold glass fragments within the void should a unit get damaged, thus overting patient self harm.
Inside the unit is a 4mm clear polycarbonate centre panel which moves vertically by a spring loaded thumbkey, operating the open and closure of the vision panel. full or semi obscurity is attainable with one single turn, the thumbkey is located within the door not within the glass like comparative units.
The thumbkey is operable on both sides of the door, the thumbkey for the patient side and an overide with colour indicator on the hospital staffed side. Our locking mechanism is manufactured to B.S standards and readily stocked.
Our extra shield protection system is modular in that it can be installed on to an existing Liberty Panel installation,
it can be used as an upgrade in situations where even more security and protection are required.
This system has an extended perimeter bead with sunken torx fixing and fully encapsulated polycarbonate shatterproof
layer should even the most extreme of situations arise.
Among the liberty panel range we can provide beads and trims to match existing doors, aswell as providing the doors complete.
A range of finishes can be attained as shown, Beech and Walnut are among the most popular that we provide.
A new product recently introduced to our range, it comes in a purpose main door blank.
The handle is on the guard side only so when doctors or officers enter the pre isolation room the blind can be closed to alleviate any stress to the patient.
Isolation panel is also narrower than an average adult size fist to strengthen the panel, making it tougher than any other panel on the market.
This new system is also part of our range of FD30 fire rated patent pending patient viewing systems, which have been developed in conjunction with hospitals in the mental health sector.