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3 Melbourne House, Corby Gate Business Park, Priors Haw Road, Corby, Northants, NN17 5JG, United Kingdom
Leading suppliers of radio nurse call alarm systems and lone worker personal alarms, using a wireless message alerting system. Also supplying attack alarms, disability equipment such as disabled toilet alarms, smoke alarms for deaf people, falls prevention and epilepsy seizure alarms. Other products include remote control power sockets, restaurant waiter calling system, mains power failure alarms and more.
St Clair House, 223 Redford Road, Edinburgh, Midlothian, EH13 9NH, United Kingdom
Your Sense (Y-Sense) is a manufacturer, supplier and installer of hearing assistive devices including Induction loop systems, Infrared systems, Tour guide systems, Soundfield systems and RF systems. Our speech transfer units and induction loop systems are an ideal solution when the transfer of noise is needed.
Unit 1, The Close, Yew Tree Lane, Bradley, Derbyshire, DE6 1PG , United Kingdom
KTP UK provide UK businesses with a wide range of products and services such as induction loops, public address sound systems, radio frequency sound systems, paging systems, wheelchair lifts, evacuation chairs, toilet and emergency alarms that meet with current legislation including The Equalities Act.
57 Baslow Road, Totley Rise, Sheffield, S17 4DL, United Kingdom
Our range of induction loop equipment is one of the most comprehensive in the UK. It comprises a huge range of amplifiers, microphones, connector plates and test equipment covering virtually every conceivable AFILS application.
Birchwood House, Hawthorn Road, Muir of Ord, Highland, IV6 7RL, United Kingdom
SJS Services are dedicated to assistive products for those who are hard of hearing. Our customers can live easier lives with aids available such as induction loops, FM hearing systems, bed leaving alarms, fall alarms and phones, smoke alarms, pagers and other products designed for the hard of hearing.