Benefits of Ligature Resistant Beds

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Ligature Resistant Furniture


Ligature resistant furniture allows behavioral health centers to create pleasant and healing environments for their patients. Our ligature resistant beds at Cortech USA come in various styles and sizes so that they can fit comfortably in every room. Look below to find out how plastic molded beds benefit behavioral health centers.



Unlike other types of beds, molded plastic beds do not have sharp corners, edges, screws, bolts, or other connectors that can harm others. Instead, molded plastic beds are made from a single piece of material, and do not require any metal, wood, or plastic connectors. This molding process creates safe, tamper-proof products that behavioral health centers can purchase for patients to use.


Seamless Designs

Many plastic items and furniture that consist of multiple parts and materials have seams. These seams can rip apart, break, and weaken the product, leading to a higher risk of danger for patients and staff. Cortech USA’s one-piece construction is extremely robust and allows for easy cleaning and sanitation.


Durable and Long Lasting

Behavioral health centers do not want to replace furniture every year, so they need products that last. At Cortech USA, we make our products from “no-break” polyethylene, a material that is flame retardant, durable, and easy to clean. We manufacture our products to last, which is why we offer a 10-year warranty on our plastic molded beds.



While ligature resistant furniture brings staff at behavioral health centers peace of mind, they also greatly benefit the patients. With their unique designs, these ligature resistant beds provide a comfortable, safe place for patients to rest, recover, and heal. There are a wide variety of styles and sizes of ligature resistant beds, so every behavioral health center will have a great selection to choose from for their facility. Some beds are even multipurpose and provide organized storage spaces for patients or staff to use.F

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