|Industrial weld screens and warehouse welding curtains are necessary not only to comply with OSHA requirements, but also for employee safety and protection. Welding curtains shield workers from the following harmful by-products of welding operations:
Weld Curtain & Screen Materials
Welding areas can either be isolated welding booths or single-curtain workspace dividers. The standard material used for weld curtains and safety screens is a flame retardant, 14mil, weldview vinyl material that is available in yellow, Aztec red, green, blue, and smoke. It is also oil, water, and mildew resistant. Depending on your project needs, other options may be available for your application. Some of the industries that utilize welding curtains are (but not limited to):
- Metal Fabrication
- Autobody Shops
- Durable Goods Manufacturing
- Any operation involving metal cutting / welding . . . and more!
Whether it is an application that requires a transparent vinyl curtain to screen off potential hazards of a welding space without compromising visibility, or an opaque welder curtain that visually will close off the area… As one of the largest welding curtain suppliers, we can provide a aide array of welder area dividing solutions for your needs.
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Applications for Welding Curtains
Industrial safety curtains are necessary for eye protection against grinding, sparks, rays, and flash. In welding workspaces and environments, AmCraft provides you with a solution to construction transparent, tinted industrial weld screens or opaque welding curtains to separate areas and maintain employee safety. Weld screens and curtain walls are also available to not only protect your workers, but also allow a point of entry/exit from one area to the next.
Strip Curtains for Welder Areas
In areas where employees need direct access to a welding station within a larger workspace, strip curtains specifically designed for welder areas provide the worker safety required of welding curtains and easy access. Employees, supervisors, and workers are able to view the welding area through the safety strip curtains and still remain protected from harmful flash, sparks, and UV rays that are emitted from the welding process. Our technical sales representatives are available to discuss your current project details. Give us a call today!