UAP Limited, leading supplier of door security products, is now offering its customers safety solutions for windows with the launch of the MAX6MUM SECURITY Window Restrictor.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents report that each year 4,000 children under the age of 15 are injured by falling out of a window, the restrictor provides a simple, affordable and very effective solution to this. The restrictor can be fitted to a window in minutes; it has a 20cm long cable to restrict the opening and can withstand forces over 100kg, so the house holder can have the window open without the worry of their children falling out.
The MAX6MUM SECURITY Window Restrictor also complies with fire safety as a key is provided; this means that in cases of emergency the window can be quickly and easily opened fully.
David Jennings, MD of UAP Limited, comments; “The MAX6MUM SECURITY Window Restrictor is a fantastic device and a very simple solution to a very serious problem. Anyone will be able to fit it, no skill is required and it will fit to almost any window. We have also taken the step to ensure that it is not only the cable that can withstand forces over 100kg but the device as a whole as well, this has resulted in it exceeding the required safety standards almost twofold.”
The MAX6MUM SECURITY Window Restrictor is also available as part of the MAX6MUM SECURITY retail range and has been branded as the MAX6MUM SECURITY Baby and Child Window-Safe Restrictor; it comes in eye catching yellow and black blister packaging, with full fitting instructions and fixings. This is expected to be a popular product amongst consumers as UAP have already received positive feedback from them and have received numerous enquiries.
The MAX6MUM SECURITY Window Restrictor will fit all types of windows and even doors, including uPVC, aluminium, wooden and metal profiles. As well as being ideal for the home to keep children safe, it is also a great product for hotels, schools and hospitals.
For more info please visit www.uapcorporate.com
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