As you are aware I have specified your luminaires and adaptations to older versions of some of them for thirty years. I have found your luminaires well designed, robust and basically fit for purpose which has been proven by their longevity of life. I have stated many times rather flippantly that "Coughtrie luminaires are the best things to have come out of Glasgow". I have no doubt that when the right scheme arises I will be specifying your products again.
Revolutionary Custodial Lighting Design from Coughtrie: Segura
As a leading specialist manufacturer of robust lighting equipment, Coughtrie International has many years experience in designing and producing anti-ligature lighting systems.
Following extensive market research into the needs of the custodial sector, Cougthrie has developed a new range which it believes delivers a number of major competitive benefits.
To date most products in this sector have posed high installation costs due to the weight and complexity of the design. In addition, to ensure the units are ligature-free the resultant product frequently sacrificed style and aesthetics for functionality.
Since becoming part of the M2H Group , the company has been able to take advantage of leading edge design technologies and high efficiency manufacturing techniques to produce a range of fittings which are lower cost, easier to install and offer a more contemporary design for this sector. Clever construction of the Segura unit means that robustness is achieved without adding ever greater mass of material. This has the advantage of reduced handling and shipping costs and well as being easier to install.
Neal Layton, Managing Director at Coughtrie International, said: “Since its inception the Segura has been received well by specifiers and installers alike and features a range of benefits over existing products within the market. Having achieved NOMS accrediatation at its first attempt we believe the Segura offers innovative design, ease of installation and the robustness required by the ever more demanding custodial regilations.
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