Cubicle Curtains and Tracks

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Utilize this 3-part specification to specify cloth cubicle curtains and tracks.

Cubicle curtains and tracks are used in healthcare facilities, such as hospitals and clinics.  To create individual patient rooms or cubicles. Made of flame-retardant fabric and hung from ceiling-mounted tracks using hooks or rollers.

Cubicle curtains and tracks are used to provide privacy for patients and to create a barrier between patients in shared spaces, such as hospital wards or emergency rooms. They can also be used to divide larger rooms into smaller, more manageable areas.

The tracks are made of aluminum or steel and designed to be mounted to the ceiling. They can be straight or curved, depending on the layout of the room and the specific needs of the facility.

Cubicle curtains are available in a range of colors and patterns to match the decor of the healthcare facility. They are also available in different sizes to accommodate different room sizes and ceiling heights.

In addition to providing privacy and dividing spaces, to improve infection control in healthcare settings. By separating patients and creating a physical barrier, they can help prevent the spread of infectious diseases.

They are an important component of healthcare facility design, providing a versatile and effective way to create private patient spaces and manage patient flow.

What is a flame-retardant fabric?

A flame-retardant fabric is a textile material that has been treated with chemicals to make it resistant to burning and combustion. These fabrics are designed to withstand exposure to high temperatures and flames.  Reducing the risk of fires and limiting the spread of flames in case of a fire.

One common method is to apply a flame-retardant chemical treatment to the fabric. The treatment is applied at different stages of the fabric manufacturing process. Depending on the specific requirements of the end product.

Another method of producing flame-retardant fabrics is by using inherently flame-resistant fibers, such as modacrylic, aramid, and melamine. These fibers are naturally resistant to burning and do not require additional chemical treatments to achieve flame resistance.

Used where fire safety is a concern.  Including clothing, upholstery, curtains, bedding, and carpets. In addition to their resistance to burning, these fabrics may also have other properties, such as durability, breathability, and moisture-wicking, depending on the specific application.

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