ITW Industrietore GmbH

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Strip curtain opening horizontally

The reasonably priced completion with good insulation properties

Strip curtains are not only a low-priced finish, they also serve to seal steel sliding doors and crane runways or by their special insulating properties as noise protection. Likewise You also protect your machinery and equipment from dust and chips. The strip curtains can also be used as Protection during welding, also used as rain protection in open warehouses. thanks to the They can also be quickly and easily installed using patented suspension clips.

Product description

  • Strip curtain As a holding element of the PVC strips, a patented plastic clip system is used, which is locked by a galvanized thick-walled 1 "tube.The single lamellae are firmly riveted to the mounting clip and can be swiveled 180 ° on the holding tube.Each PVC strip can switched on and off without disassembly of the retaining element.
  • Guide rail Thick walled 1 "pipe (galvanized)
  • Strip qualities Normal quality, Frozen quality down to -30 ° C, Welding Protection execution, Antistatic version
  • Fitting Standing in front of or in a fall Slideable one-piece / multi-piece, in front of or in a fall Movable 90 ° around the corner Specially developed special version for refrigerated and frozen vehicles (fixed or with longitudinal displacement device) 

Scope of application

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Versions

  • 200 mm x 2 mm, inside 2,500 mm, outside -
  • 300 mm x 3 mm, inside 4,000 mm, outside 4,000 mm
  • 400 mm x 4 mm, inside 6,000 mm, outside 5,000 mm

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