Vandal Resistant Lens
A typical landing fixture contains a dot matrix indicator complete with an acrylic lens and, dependant on the location, some indicators may be subject to vandalism, the result an expensive and on-going maintenance problem.
The Drucegrove Vandal Resistant Lens has been developed and manufactured to meet the requirements of an elevator installation that is subject to vandalism. Designed as an attractive and resilient alternative to a standard acrylic lens, it provides a highly vandal resistant retrofit solution, without the need to purchase a new indicator.
Comprising of a self contained fabricated Stainless Steel tray, housing a fire retardant polycarbonate matrix, a Stainless Steel gasket, both compressed and fixed behind a 1mm Stainless Steel backing plate. DDA & ADA Compliant and available for our 2 × 50mm and 3 × 50mm dot matrix indicators.
Stainless steel or decorative and durable powder coated options are available.
Vandal Resistant Indicator
Drucegrove can design and manufacture robust and compact vandal resistant indicator fixtures for either dot matrix or TFT displays. Surface mounted vandal resistant fixtures can be supplied with no perpendicular surfaces to grasp or strike.
Typically made from 2.5mm stainless steel, the fixtures are both strong and visually striking, especially when housing our vandal resistant FireFly™ TFT indicator.
The fixtures slot onto a robust back plate which incorporates multiple wall fixing options, and lock securely into place via two secret fixings. The secret fixing prevent the fixture from being slid upwards off the bracket, whilst the bracket itself takes the weight if any downward force is applied. The fixtures are fully vandal resistant and have been vigorously tested to meet EN81-71 standards.
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Drucegrove are ISO9001 approved and we have been designing and manufacturing indicators, speech units, intercoms and metalwork fixtures in the UK since 1983.
We offer a constant stream of innovation, routinely bringing products to market with a creative flair that is often impossible to nurture in a larger organisation.