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Wed Jun 20 2018

Protect workers from harmful rays with tinted PVC curtains


For external openings exposed to excess sunlight DMF International can now supply and install tinted PVC strips.

These special curtains not only protect workers from harmful rays, they also reduce air conditioning costs.

The tinted flexible PVC is available in light bronze, or anti-insect yellow as primary tints. Stronger weldscreen tints can also be offered for the PVC.

The strip width is 300mm, and is generally 2mm thickness. These are fitted to our unique slotted aluminium rail for easy hanging.

If you call DMF and mention this article, the company will supply the tinted PVC for the same price as clear, while stocks last.

Contact DMF International for a brochure on PVC strip doors or for more information on other products including Visiflex strip doors, Swingflex, Auto Biflex doors, dock levellers, or high speed roll doors.

DMF International
1800 281 170

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