Medical Construction & Design

SEP-OCT 2014

Medical Construction & Design (MCD) is the industry's leading source for news and information and reaches all disciplines involved in the healthcare construction and design process.

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Armstrong Medical A-SMART® Carts offer unmatched versatility and feature multiple locking options (Wireless Auto-Locking, Wireless Auto-Locking with optional Proximity Reader, Auto-Locking, Auto-Locking with optional Proximity Reader, Push-Button, Key Locking, Breakaway Locking), many cart and drawer sizes, and hundreds of optional accessories. Plus, all A-SMART® Carts are manufactured to ISO 9001:200 8 certified standards, and all full-size A-SMART® Carts come with double side-wall construction, stabilizing frame with bumper, soft-grip handles, swivel casters (two locking, one tracking), and ball bearing drawer slides as standard features. A-SMART® ©2014 Armstrong Medical Ind.,Inc. Allegion knows quiet solutions can complement your efforts to create an environment that reduces stress and improves patient recovery time. The Von Duprin Quiet Electric Latch (QEL) replaces exit devices with standard latches. And our Concealed Vertical Cable (CVC) system eliminates the rattle of traditional vertical rods used for door latching. The end result is streamlined aesthetics and much quieter door operation that gives your patients and staff the quiet time they need. If you're looking for quiet solutions for your healthcare environment, we can help. Give us a call today at 888-989-4203 to see if you qualify for a free product trial. Learn more at: allegion.com/us Quiet please. Your staff has a job to do and, we can help them do it better. © 2014 Allegion CALENDAR ADVERTISE CONTACT P.O. ELECTRONIC D N ® S September/October 2014 | Volume 10, Issue 5 mcdmag.com FOCUS: GREEN & SUSTAINABLE SPOTLIGHT: DOORS & HARDWARE – also – HEALTHCARE ART TRENDS INSIDE – also OUR LATEST ISSUE!

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