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Tear Drop Edge - PVC Strip Curtains

  • Tear Drop Edge PVC Strip Curtains
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Available under GSA Contract # GS-07F-5620P (click for contract)

NON STOCK ITEM - Ships from Loomis, CA 95650


teat drop edge of strip curtains
Tear Drop Edge PVC Strip Door Material is available in 8" and 12" widths in both standard and low temp material depending on your needs.

Exclusive tear drop edge design won’t snag or scratch, fights wear, promotes positive closing, and creates a better thermal seal. Ordinary pvc strip curtain strips have squared edges that can snap or scratch and are vulnerable to ripping or tearing. The patented tear drop edge design strongly reinforces the edge of the strip with a unique tear drop configuration that gives superior performance and longer life, sometimes out lasting ordinary strips by up to 50%.  They also greatly reduces the problem of static adhesion, so strips separate easily under pressure and hang straighter.  The airspace, formed along the edge of the overlapping strips, also acts as a thermal barrier to provide additional effectiveness in temperature control.

Strips can be placed in several different configurations depending on your needs.

overlap diagram for strip doors

Note: While pvc strip curtains will not stop winds nor solve negative pressure conditions in a building, they will significantly reduce the effect of light breezes.  When specifying strip curtains, attention must be given to the door size, wind direction and wind velocity relative to desired results of installation.

In tunnel or corridor situations, two or more pvc strip doors placed at intervals will usually control most of these difficult problems.

Improve air screen effectiveness on cooler/freezer openings by creating a vestibule with pvc strip curtains. Strips should be hung on each end of the airscreen all the way back to the door opening to prevent warm air leaking into the cold room around the edges of the airscreen.

    

  • Model: Tear Drop
  • Width: 8" and 12"
  • Manufacturer: Trax
  • Units per Package: 1
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Available under GSA Contract # GS-07F-5620P (click for contract)

NON STOCK ITEM - Ships from Loomis, CA 95650


teat drop edge of strip curtains
Tear Drop Edge PVC Strip Door Material is available in 8" and 12" widths in both standard and low temp material depending on your needs.

Exclusive tear drop edge design won’t snag or scratch, fights wear, promotes positive closing, and creates a better thermal seal. Ordinary pvc strip curtain strips have squared edges that can snap or scratch and are vulnerable to ripping or tearing. The patented tear drop edge design strongly reinforces the edge of the strip with a unique tear drop configuration that gives superior performance and longer life, sometimes out lasting ordinary strips by up to 50%.  They also greatly reduces the problem of static adhesion, so strips separate easily under pressure and hang straighter.  The airspace, formed along the edge of the overlapping strips, also acts as a thermal barrier to provide additional effectiveness in temperature control.

Strips can be placed in several different configurations depending on your needs.

overlap diagram for strip doors

Note: While pvc strip curtains will not stop winds nor solve negative pressure conditions in a building, they will significantly reduce the effect of light breezes.  When specifying strip curtains, attention must be given to the door size, wind direction and wind velocity relative to desired results of installation.

In tunnel or corridor situations, two or more pvc strip doors placed at intervals will usually control most of these difficult problems.

Improve air screen effectiveness on cooler/freezer openings by creating a vestibule with pvc strip curtains. Strips should be hung on each end of the airscreen all the way back to the door opening to prevent warm air leaking into the cold room around the edges of the airscreen.

    

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