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Hooks & Door Stops

Our ligature resistant Hooks and Door Stops take into consideration the finest of details to help clinical teams further reduce ligature risk in behavioral health facilities.

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Flat Face Floor Door Stop

The Flat Face Floor Door Stop delivers robust performance and ligature-resistant design with a non-institutional appearance, manufactured from cast aluminum with a durable rubber stop.

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Ligature Resistant Door Stop Floor Mounted

A stainless steel ligature resistant floor mounted door stop with high impact rubber, designed to prevent impacts between doors and surrounding surfaces.

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Ligature Resistant Door Stop Wall Mounted

A wall mounted door stop with a high impact rubber dome set in a stainless steel surround. The door stop prevents damage between door handles and walls while being ligature resistant by design.

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Ligature Resistant Dual Coat Hook Rack

A ligature resistant dual coat hook rack suitable for patient areas that will support items such as coats or towels before releasing under additional weight.

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Ligature Resistant Extended Rubber Door Stop Wall Mounted On Back Plate

Ligature resistant by design, the extended rubber door stop protects your door systems and surrounding surfaces from breakages.

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Ligature Resistant Large Rubber Door Stop Wall On Backplate

A ligature resistant solid high-pressure domed rubber door stop with metal back plate for ultimate durability, suitable for use on walls and doors.

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Ligature Resistant Quad Coat Hook Rack

A ligature resistant coat hook rack suitable for patient areas featuring four flexible rubber hooks with low load release thresholds.

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Ligature Resistant Single Coat Hook

A single ligature resistant coat hook suitable for patient areas with a low load release flexible rubber hook.

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