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HCP, a division of SAS International

HCP, a division of SAS International, has been recognised by the Construction Products Association for its innovation in the design and manufacture of its radiant heating panels.

HCP’s Dutch-fold anti-ligature design, has been recognised in the health, safety and security section of the CPA’s annual Construction Products Innovation and Achievement title.

Simon Storer, Communications and External Affairs Director for the Construction Products Association said; “Despite the UK economy experiencing the sharpest fall in economic activity since 1948, we are delighted that the construction products industry, including HCP with its new radiant heating panel design, has once again shown an enormous desire to introduce a variety of new and exciting solutions to the benefit of all concerned.”

This recognition builds on HCP’s achievements to date in design, manufacture and delivery of quality, innovative products for the construction industry. Anti-ligature panels are ideal for use in secure facilities, such as Mental Health Units and prisons and contribute to a safer and more secure environment for both patients and inmates by reducing the chances of accidental burning and reducing opportunities for self-harm.

The CPA annual publication Construction Products Innovation and Achievement, showcases some of the most innovative products and processes that have been developed by the construction products industry within the last twelve months.

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