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Features of each product based on user interface

ever products can be used in different environments, here we examine the characteristics of each product based on the user environment

Hospital and treatment Spaces: Hospitals and treatment spaces: In operating rooms, clean rooms, laboratories and other similar spaces, the priority is to observe the maximum possible hygiene in the environment. The solution to this problem is to make products with antibacterial properties. Therefore, all ever products have this feature. In these environments, places of passage and corridors have different traffic loads that ever products have for each of these spaces. They offer a convenient and practical solution

Educational spaces: In educational places, due to the high traffic of people and the presence of various devices, all the walls are exposed to various damages, including scratches and bumps. Due to the need to combine a friendly and educational space, wall covering and protective panels are always very effective in the dynamic design of these spaces due to the variety of colors and the ability to cut in different dimensions, in addition to protecting the walls

Industrial spaces: In industrial environments, due to the movement of heavy machinery and the use of oils, detergents and other chemicals, hygiene is always a difficult challenge. Ever products for industrial spaces are designed to have the best efficiency for these environments with their antibacterial properties and high strength

Sports spaces: The surface of the sports wall is periodically exposed to impacts resulting from the impact of the type of ball, sports equipment, weights, etc., so cover these surfaces in large dimensions (walls, corners and doors) to prevent Damage and scratches are very important. For the locker room and shower space, the use of waterproof wall panels is always highly recommended, because while observing hygiene, due to the use of PVC welding tapes, they also prevent moisture from penetrating the walls

Residential spaces: In paths such as corridors and facilities, which are prone to impact and damage due to movement and movement, protection of all exposed surfaces such as walls, doors and wall corners is very important because of It prevents the horse from reaching the building structure. With evergreen wall and door protection products, public spaces in residential buildings remain safe and free from contamination

Offices and public places: in all public buildings due to the presence of various furniture (tables, chairs, etc.) and to prevent wear and tear from traffic, especially in corridors and entrances, the use of shock absorbers and according to Physical condition of the person in which they travel It is necessary to use a handrail. With the use of ever wall and door protection products in offices and other public places, the depreciation of the building is minimized and good safety is created in the environment

Hotels: In a space where people are traveling and the design of the environment is also very important to create a suitable entrance space and prevent the corridors and all routes with high traffic load, the use of ever products is very suitable because At the same time, the beauty and the ability to match the color and design prevent continuous bumps, scratches and scratches caused by suitcases, trolleys, etc. on the surfaces

Nursing Homes and Rehabilitation Centers: When inpatient rooms are to be used as a place to live, there is more furniture (chairs, wheelchairs, trolleys, beds, etc.) and the frequent movement of the walls is exposed to constant shocks. Take. Wall shock absorbers are essential to prevent damage to the wall covering. Handrails are also very important in this type of space because most people and patients need to use it, ever handrails are designed with high ergonomics and at the same time have very high strength and have the best hand grip


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