Corner TV enclosures for psychiatric hospitals.
Corner TV enclosures for psychiatric hospitals are essential in protecting patients in our healthcare facilities, these protective housings provide all the security needed so the TV is not accessed by the patients and cannot be used as a weapon on nursing professionals.
Using corner TV enclosures for psychiatric hospitals.
These indoor protective housings are designed and manufactured to provide the maximum of security as well as functionality, ProEnc’s corner TV enclosures for psychiatric hospitals are designed to be mounted on 2 adjacent walls, with a flat roof that mounts flush to the ceiling and a tapering body. Inside the anti ligature TV housing (ALTV), is an internal TV bracket that tilts, so patients get the best possible TV experience without causing any disruptions in the behavioural units. Some times if a patient can’t see the TV they get restless and can cause themselves harm or even harm other patients or nurses.
ProEnc has taken customer feedback on their existing product and created the only solution on the market that is corner mounted, is anti ligature compliant and includes a thermostatic cooling system preventing the TV from overheating, when used for prolonged periods. The unit also has a vented access door, so no need to install external speakers, just use the sound bar below the TV in the vented area and the sound is heard clearly outside the housing.
Benefits of a corner TV enclosure.
A corner can be used and optimized, which is dead space, rather than using a TV on a flat wall, this enables more patients to see the TV and interact with other patients and nurses. No one can walk in front of the TV, with it being mounted up on the wall, when TV’s are mounted to walls much lower down, mental patients tend to get irritated when someone stands in front of the TV and they can’t see the television program. Resulting in a more relaxed, calm environment.