Sales Engineer Cleanroom Products
Phone: +49 711 8804-2597
Mobil: +49 1749407118
Curtains are used to delineate cleanroom areas, e.g. machine enclosures, delineate a laminar flow cabin, separate two airflow areas, delineate a transport system in a packaging line with filtered air. Curtains are a particularly cost-effective alternative to wall systems as a way of separating cleanroom zones.
The new curtain attachment system is a prime example of this advantage. As installation is simple and rapid, costs are also cut. The curtains are made of antistatic PVC, highly transparent, available as slatted or closed curtains, in different widths and heights. Special curtains are available for ATEX applications.
|Curtain Rail (Width x Height)||29 mm x 60 mm|
|Curtain Rail (Max. single bar length L)||5,600 mm|
|Weight (curtain rail)||686 g/m|
|Weight (cover strip)||362 g/m|
|Curtain rail / cover strip material||Aluminium|
|Curtain rail / cover strip surface (standard)||anodized E6 / EV1|
|Material (Standard) Panel or strip curtain||PVC transparent|
|Material thickness||1.0 / 1.5 / 2.0 mm|
The system consists of curtain rails and panel or strip curtain. The curtain rails are made of extruded aluminum profiles. The surface of the curtain rail and the cover strip are anodized (E6 / EV1). After the curtain is installed, the cover strip and a covering-cap are attached to the curtain rail. The system is visually and functionally suitable for cleanroom use. The curtain rail has anchor points every 200 mm to simplify installation (e. g. to the cleanroom ceiling). Slide blocks align the curtain rails for a flush installation.
The retaining spring attaches the curtain rail tab to the cover strip. In configurations 2) 1 and 3 a curtain clamp is required for curtains that are heavy due to their length and / or thickness. In configuration 2 the retaining clip is clamped into the tab to hold strip curtains. Inner corner- , outer corner pieces as well as T-connection adapters can be used to build corners and intersections as required.
Components of the curtain system