Behavioral Safety Products Featured in Healthcare Design Magazine
BSP’s SH340 Ligature Resistant Shower Head Product Feature
Behavioral Safety Products is thrilled to be featured in Healthcare Design Magazine for our innovative product, the SH340 Ligature Resistant Shower Head. Make sure to check us out in the latest edition or view the article online here as they highlight behavioral health.
HCD Magazine is dedicated to covering all things architecture, design, and the experience of healthcare environments. In October, our team at Behavioral Safety Products attended and exhibited at the 2021 Healthcare Design Conference & Expo with ALPA Construction. We were able to showcase some of our new products, including our SH340 Ligature Resistant Shower Head.
Our shower head has a 2-inch spray face with 42 spray channels, and is made of brass with a polished chrome-plated exterior. It also has an integral water conservation pressure compensating autoflow device, which reduces flow to 1.75 GPM/6.62LPM maximum. Improved water force is made possible by more efficient water channeling, providing a satisfying shower experience and reducing consumption. For more details on the SH340, you can visit our product page on our website as well.
We’re looking forward to continuing our relationship with the Healthcare Design partners and readers, furthering our mission in the healthcare industry. Want to learn more about us? Contact us today to see how we can help keep your patients safe.
With over 45 years of experience in the behavioral healthcare industry, Behavioral Safety Products specializes in designing products for patient environments that promote suicide prevention. Our extensive line of ligature resistant products includes shower heads, shower controls, sinks, faucets, toilets, grab bars, paper towel dispensers, soap dispensers, mirrors, TV enclosures, HVAC enclosures, window shades, door hardware, furniture, and more. Our passion is to save patients’ lives, while improving the quality of their environment by working with facilities, architects, and engineers to be front-runners in problem-solving.