PVC-u wall protection profiles and wall cladding designed to appeal to UK specifiers
Contract interiors specialist, Gradus, has launched a UK market-leading collection of new PVC-u wall protection profiles and wall cladding, which form part of one of the freshest and most design-orientated wall protection ranges on the market.
With two decades of experience, Gradus has combined its knowledge and expertise in the manufacture and installation of wall protection systems to create the new range, designed to appeal to the UK market.
Now offering up to 65 contemporary colour and design options, the profiles can be combined together to provide a complete protection solution.
They are ideal for healthcare environments, along with education, hospitality and commercial office applications.
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.
Neil Thompson, marketing director for Gradus, said: “This launch marks the start of an exciting new chapter for Gradus.
“We have brought together 20 years of experience and knowledge to create one of the most diverse wall protection ranges on the market.
“The new colour palette is made up of attractive modern colours and finishes that are perfect for contemporary design schemes seen within UK healthcare environments, hospitality, commercial office and education settings.”
The new PVC-u extruded 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.
Thompson said: “We have a wealth of experience, having supplied and installed wall protection systems to a large number of notable projects. These include The Kent Institute of Medicine & Science (KIMS), Queen Elizabeth University Hospital (Glasgow), The Christie (Manchester) and Wembley Stadium.”