Category Archives: Anti ligature TV enclosure

Free Anti Ligature TV Enclosure from ProEnc

ProEnc have an overstock of the NL26 anti-ligature TV enclosures, these enclosures are for flat screen televisions 17” to 26” in size and for jails, prisons and psychiatric facilities. The boss has instructed us to discount the enclosures to free space up in the warehouse, so we are offering 4 x NL26 anti ligature TV… Read More »

ProEnc’s NL26 Jail grade TV enclosures

ProEnc offers 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 anti-ligature tv enclosures that are jail grade, these are the most robust television enclosures that are used in high risk area such as jails, prisons and correctional facilities. NL26 jail grade TV enclosures. Small screens are the most popular in correctional facilities… Read More »

ProEnc’s NL26 Anti Ligature TV Enclosures – Discount offer

ProEnc have stock of 30 off NL26 anti ligature TV enclosures for psychiatric and correctional facility use, due to a cancelled order when a construction company went into liquidation. ProEnc’s NL26 anti ligature TV enclosures. The protective steel enclosures, are in stock and ready to ship, they will protect flat screen televisions from 17″ to… Read More »

Putting Anti Ligature TV Enclosures in Psychiatric Units

ProEnc anti ligature tv enclosures reported: Whilst being sectioned in a psychiatric unit is a safe environment for a vulnerable person, there are comforts and necessary equipment which form part of the environment, like television sets. These can cause a danger themselves, due to their shape and fixtures, therefore it is necessary to put anti… Read More »

Anti Ligature TV Enclosures Deployed In New Auckland $300m Prison

ProEnc’s anti ligature TV enclosures have had a massive success across the USA and Europe, now they are in high demand in New Zealand due to a massive $300 million prison build. Auckland’s $300 million prison. This new build prison is flooded with over 700 contractors aiming for the completion in December 2017. The construction… Read More »