Safety is now a major industry and as a word, is to be found in every facet of our daily activities. The word “safety” has a direct bearing on our well being at the work place and is involved every where as far as our leisure time is concerned.
Power cables used on construction sites seem to be getting bigger and bulkier than ever and as a consequence, more dangerous than ever, hence the need for damage protection products becomes ever more crucial.
Allergic reactions due to exposure to natural rubber latex (NRL) has increased significantly during the last decade.
It is the proteins that are naturally present in the NRL that are responsible for the many types of allergies usually caused by direct skin contact or breathing in powder from item such as latex gloves.
Ever conscious of the safety requirements of NHS Trusts and private hospitals, Vulcascot, the manufacturer of the World’s largest range of flexible floor laid cable protectors has now cleverly modified the technical formulation of their products. The range is now completely latex free so that hospitals are now free to use the entire Vulcascot range not only in the hospital grounds and car parks as once was but, internally, in hospital wards and operating theatres, resuscitation rooms and intensive care units.
From the smallest fibre optics telecommunications cables to giant power lines Vulcascot has a profile in stock to cover and protect them. There is even a huge profile that doubles as a traffic calmer as well as protecting across road cables. Vulcascot continues to innovate by adding new products for different applications. The company designed and produces the entire product range consisting of 33 different profiles in various lengths and hole sizes.
Designed with safety as the pre eminent feature, the Vulcascot range is the safest product of its kind. Now latex free, the products are also produced from fire rated polymers to BS 476 part 7 class 3 and its European counter part DIN 4102 part 1 and Class B1.In the event of fire the smoke and fume emission levels are low and non toxic.