Modular Protection Screen With Frosted Acrylic
Dispatched within 5 working days
- Frosted acrylic protection screens
- Modular design
- Add and remove panels for custom configuration
- Easy clean acrylic finish
- COVID-19 screen dividers
- Supplied with trip and wheelchair friendly ciruclar bases
- The circular bases are 400mm
- Ideal for social distancing
- Supplied with 1800m H poles and round bases (2m panels supplied with 2000m H poles)
- Wide selection of sizes available
- View clear acrylic option
The Frosted Acrylic Social Distancing Screen combines acrylic panels, poles and bases as a modular protection unit. The modular design allows you to create a design and configuration which fits to your specific social distancing need.
Acrylic partitions are suitable as a social distancing measure due to the ability to wipe the surface clean, reducing the spread of germs. A frosted finish not only divides an area but offers more privacy than a clear Perspex solution.
To ensure safety whilst dividing an open area, each screen is supplied with circular bases which are trip and wheelchair friendly. The lightweight design allows the acrylic screens to be moved and reconfigured with ease.
What are the benefits of the Modular Protection Screens With Frosted Acrylic?
- Frosted acrylic provides privacy
- Easy clean Perspex finish
- COVID-19 screen
- Suitable for social distancing
- Modular design
- Lightweight structure
All acrylic and Perspex social distancing screens are made and manufactured in the UK, by Rap Industries.
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Product specifications for the Modular Protection Screen
Panel thickness - 18mm
Frame width - 30mm
Acrylic thickness - 3mm
Bases - 400mm diametre
Pole - 34mm diametre
Bases are trip & wheelchair friendly
Frame - PVC
Corner mouldings - PVC
Screen - clear & frosted acrylic
Pole & base - Aluminium
Fire safety elements
Tested to BS 476 Part 7 with a Class 3 classification
Manufactured using non-flammable, self-extinguishing plastic.
Components are not considered to be a fire hazard.
Has a melting of 660°C and is not considered to be a fire hazard