Gradus launches new wall protection range

Contract interiors specialist Gradus has launched a new collection of PVC-u wall protection profiles and wall cladding with 65 colours based on the latest schemes in the sector

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Gradus' new wall protection range.
Gradus' new wall protection range.

Contract interiors specialist Gradus has launched a new collection of PVC-u wall protection profiles and wall cladding. To complement the launch, Gradus has published a new version of its wall protection brochure, offering recommendations to enable contractors, specifiers and end users to make the right product selections.

The brochure, which is available to download on the Gradus website, provides comprehensive product information on all profiles in the range, detailing colours and designs available, suggested applications and the benefits of specification. The new colour palette is made up of 65 colours and finishes designed to complement UK healthcare environments, hospitality, commercial office and education settings.

The new products include PVC-u wall cladding, wall guards, handrails, door protection and corner guards and complement Gradus’ existing stainless steel, heavy-duty rubber and hygienic wall cladding products. What’s more, all of the new PVC-u profiles are available as BIM objects, providing customers with the relevant technical information to build into projects. 

The new profiles have not only been designed specifically with the UK market in mind, but they are also manufactured by Gradus within the UK, which helps to ensure quality and provide customers with an efficient, flexible and fast service.

With significant project expertise and a full installation service, Gradus is able to provide expert support and advice from design through to specification and installation. 

Gradus' new wall protection range is available.
Gradus' new wall protection range is available.

To order a brochure or for more information and technical support visit: www.gradus.com

 

Contact:

01625 428922


 

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