Frosted obscure PVC strip by Linear Metre
High quality 50m frosted PVC strip (also known as obscure PVC or privacy PVC). The PVC’s surface defuses the light passing thorough, allowing illumination but stopping any clear vision through – just like bathroom glass. Unbeatable energy-saving performance, hardwearing and long lasting. ALL SIZES NOMINAL.
Frosted PVC strip by the metre.
This frosted PVC strip is ideal of areas where privacy is important. The PVC’s surface diffuses any light passing through. So daylight is still let into premisses to illuminate work areas, but anyone looking in won’t be able to see your employees, machinery or stock. From a Health & Safety point of view, delivery or forklift drivers will still be able to get a general sense of people or obstacles behind a curtain, helping them avoid possible accidents. Suitable for use with all recognised curtain hanging systems and ideally suited for all uses from light pedestrian to medium-duty commercial.
200mm x 2mm (Light Duty) : Recommended max height: 3m
300mm x 3mm (Medium Duty) : Recommended max height: 5.5m
NOTE: All dimensions nominal. Subject to original manufacturer’s standard tolerances.
Other key facts: Highly flexible. High impact resistance. Highly effective a noise barrier. Competitively priced. Contains anti-UV filters to help protect against the damaging effects of sunlight. Sourced from highly reputable UK manufacturers / suppliers to ensure best quality.
PVC Type: Frosted
Full Roll Size: 50m
Recommended Temperature Range: 0°C to +40°C
Certification: DOP free. Complies fully with all REACH regulations.
Recommended Environment: General Pedestrian, Food & Catering, Commercial, Pest Control
Longevity: PVC strip is considered a consumable product. How fast it’s consumed is beyond any manufacturer’s or supplier’s control. Its lifespan will be dictated by where it’s used, what type of traffic might move through it and how carefully (or aggressively) such traffic does so. To help maximise its working life, we always recommend that PVC curtains are fitted internally behind doors or openings that can provide a degree of shelter. If they’re fitted outside of a doorway or building, fully exposed to the elements all day and night, they can deteriorate and/or lose clarity more quickly. The rate of this will depend entirely on the severity of the local weather. We have some customers who replace their PVC annually… others who’ve had the same for many, many years.