“A grant by Product and Process Innovation, enabled us to acquire the advanced throughfeed technology, which means we are now able to deliver flawless encapsulated doors and frames that offer exceptional durability, resist scratches and dents, while providing long-lasting protection,” said Intastop’s Managing Director Steve Woodhead.
The newly installed postformer throughfeed machine brings a host of benefits for customers, making Intastop and its products stand out in the market. They include:
- Saving Money: By encapsulating doors and frames with Intastop’s Impact Protection Sheet, unnecessary maintenance costs can be significantly reduced. This robust barrier ensures doors and frames remain in excellent condition for an extended period, leading to tangible cost savings.
- Enhance Hygiene and Safety: Opting for Intastop’s postforming service means actively contributing to a cleaner and safer environment. The inclusion of Hygienilac ensures the highest standards of hygiene, creating a protected and healthy space for both staff and patients.
- A Palette of Possibilities: Intastop offers a diverse range of colours, enabling customers to harmonize their facility’s design and decor seamlessly. Clients can transform their space aesthetically without compromising on safety and durability.
Steve concluded: “As part of our founding principles we place a strong focus on quality, innovation, and customer satisfaction, and by delivering these through our team, investment in technology such as this, and strategic growth, we are delighted to be a trusted partner for many customers seeking durable and reliable protection products.”
Intastop’s door and frame protection solutions are not only cost-effective but also elevate the overall well-being of any environment. Learn more here about post-formed doors and frames.
 The PAPI project is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020, in partnership with the Northern Powerhouse, and delivered by the University of York.