Medical Construction & Design

JAN-FEB 2016

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Products For more information on these products, visit mcdmag.com/products. GCX Sets the Standard in Mounting Solutions The latest mounting solutions from GCX enable easier cleaning, provide simple access for service and create a professional-looking installation. VHM-P and VHM-PL deliver signifi - cant advances in cable management, precision, cleanability, durability and load bearing, plus an optional handle- actuated arm lock. The healthcare industry's leading series of adjustable mounting arms is now more usable than ever. The arm moves smoothly into place at every point across its full range of motion for optimal position- ing and viewing. In addition, it features seamless, unibody construction. Swivel/tilt and pivot-tension adjust- ments and parallel linkage provide a consistent viewing angle. ID#105 Composite Material for Casework, Cabinets Updated Solaire Medical has updated its proprietary, high-density AireCore composite material. The new AireCore material features enhanced durability and the same high levels of infection-control support, customization and design fl exibility. All Solaire Medical Evolve casework and cabinets feature AireCore composite material. AireCore is a dent- and scratch-resistant composite material that deliv- ers the same toughness and durability of metal. Unlike wood-constructed products, it is a bacteria-resistant surface impervious to moisture, chemicals and corrosion. Casework and cabinets can be specifi ed with roll-top doors, hinged doors with glass or solid fronts and fi nished with any high-pressure laminate to match existing environments. ID#107 Modular Cabinet Line Boasts Durability, Flexibility Spec-Rite Designs' DesignLine Cabinets are stylish, durable and fully customiz- able. In addition to aesthetic appeal, they are water, scratch and impact resistant inside and out. With the perfect blend of design and function, the line of phenolic cabinetry and casework is unsurpassed in its value and durability. Throughout the design, fabrication, installation and maintenance phases of a project, Spec-Rite Designs offers a virtually maintenance-free product and an exceptional level of service. Each cabinet is completely modular and shipped fully assembled to allow ease of installation and future expansion or renovation. ID#106 SOLAR SHADES Skylight Shade Optimizes Natural Lighting, Minimizes Solar Gain A motor-operated sunscreen, the Topfi x VMS from RENSON, mini- mizes solar gain in highly glazed skylight applications, while achieving desired natural light- ing. With its integration into the building management system, the screen can be extended or retracted in order to minimize unwanted glare and refl ection throughout the day — re- ducing the cooling load of the building and improving occupancy comfort. The skylight shade provides notable fabric tension and wind resis- tance up to 75 mph. Its proprietary design integrates quality screen fabrics, to which zippers are affi xed and move within a side channel and guide system that ensures smooth extension/retraction, consistent fabric tension and robust resistance to the elements. The shade is available in a variety of colors, as well as with blackout shade options. ID#108 DOORS & HARDWARE Security Indicators Streamline Daily Operations for Hospital Staff Von Duprin security and dogging indicators reduce the complexity of locking down high-occupancy areas, such as waiting rooms and cafeterias. The indicators make daily operations for staf members easier and more ef cient by providing an at-a-glance visual verifi cation of the status of the device. To provide fl exibility, the indicators can be ordered as a complete device or a modular conversion kit for retrofi ts. Von Duprin exit devices are specifi cally engineered to withstand abuse in high-traf c environments, such as hospitals. ID#109 FURNITURE & CASEWORK 54 Medical Construction & Design | JA N UA RY/ F EBRUA RY 2016 | MCDM AG.COM

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