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Sat Apr 20 2019

Top protection with DMF tinted strip curtains


DMF International has been supplying flexible PVC strips for many years.

The company now supplies and installs tinted PVC strips for small or large external openings that may be exposed to excess sunlight. 

The tinted flexible PVC is available in light bronze, or anti-insect yellow as primary tints. Stronger weldscreen tints are also available.

The PVC tinted strip curtains not protects workers, but can also reduce air conditioning costs.

The strip width for tint PVC is 300mm, and is generally 2mm thickness.

The strips are fitted with a unique slotted aluminium rail for easy hanging and interchange.

DMF’s PVC curtains are HACCP approved, and are manufactured using the safe DINP plasticiser.

DMF International
1800 281 170

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