We are excited to attend the Design in Mental Health exhibition, which takes place from the 8th to the 9th of June. It is the largest gathering of mental health professionals, making it the perfect opportunity to launch our new anti-ligature products and showcase recently launched Kestrel systems.

Our new anti-ligature accessories

Attendees will be the first to see the new anti-ligature products that we will launch at the event. We anticipate a lot of interest, so please book a slot to ensure you don't miss out on our new products!

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In addition to some brand new load release systems, we will also be showcasing our recently launched anti-ligature products, which many mental health professionals have not yet seen in person.

Of particular interest will be our new K2500 safety curtain track, which is designed for mental health settings where violence is a risk.

The reduced-ligature curtain track fits flush to the wall as a permanently fixed track to eliminate the risk of it being removed and used for destructive purposes. Even though the K2500 is a fixed track, the curtain track does not lose its anti-ligature status.

New Mounting Plate

The team will also be showcasing our new fixed mounting plate at the exhibition. The mounting plates hold accessories like soap dispensers and toilet roll holders using magnets to prevent ligature risk.

The new K08 mounting plate is fixed to the wall via anti-tamper screws, and the accessories are attached to the plate using magnets.

Our older version was attached to the wall via a magnet, but we created this fixed version after finding out that some individuals were pulling off the mounting plate and accessory and using them inappropriately.

The fixed mounting plate ensures that only the accessory comes away from the wall, reducing the size of the removed item and protecting service users and mental health staff from harm.

Follow Yewdale on social media

We are counting down the days until the conference starts, and we will be sure to keep you updated. Following us on social media is a great way to stay connected with Yewdale, especially when we’re exhibiting at events. You can find us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram.