The most exacting standards have steered the development of Silent Gliss’ Safescreen
May 10th, 2013
For installations where ‘near-enough’ just won’t do, Silent Gliss present Safescreen. Engineered to the most stringent of public safety guidelines, the range is fire resistant and performs exceptionally in the reduction of smoke emissions and toxicity as well as being antibacterial, lending this product perfectly to health, hospitality and commercial projects alike.
Affording you the peace of mind that comes with specifying a fabric that ensures good health and puts safety first is primary in Silent Gliss’ approach to research and development, as a result Safescreen is presented in 3 finishes which are all PVC free, halogen free and polyester free.
Environmentally sensitive, Safescreen is available with non metalized, ‘Alu’ or ‘White’ technology backing, supporting a beneficial compromise between thermal protection and visual comfort earning it a Greenguard certification.
Whilst the advanced, technical credentials of Safescreen have been demonstrated to make the product a market leader, the visual and functional appeal is matched – a comprehensive product characteristic of Silent Gliss’ commitment to excellence. Combined with Swiss Blind hardware technology Silent Gliss provides best in class complete systems which have been LEED ® accredited.
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