For those who work in a hospital, medical practice, urgent care or outpatient clinic, if you ever find your organization in a bind because a privacy curtain needs replaced STAT, we are here to help! We offer Quick Ship Privacy Curtains that are available to ship immediately. Each curtain includes 20 inches of white mesh to meet fire code requirements for most commercial applications and are available in the following colors and specifications:
Color: Cork, Gull, or Oatmeal with White Mesh
Size: 108 in wide x 84 in tall
This privacy cubicle curtains offers durable, top quality construction featuring a triple thick 1.5 inch header reinforced with a middle layer of nylon mesh. Safe-T-Stitching locks in hems and seams. Fabric patterns matched to enhance appearance. Grommets are two-piece rustproof nickel plated brass and located on 6 inch centers. All fabrics offered are flame retardant per NFPA #701 standards.
* Designed for institutional application
* Machine washable up to 160 degrees F
* Fabric width 71/72 inches
* 100% polyester
* 100% flame retardant. Meets NFPA 701 and California Code Title 19 requirements.
These curtains can withstand even the toughest environments! Call us to day if you need these immediately!
Spring has sprung, which has many of us thinking about spring cleaning. Our first project at Curtain-Tracks was to update our website. If you haven’t already checked it out, you really should. It’s pretty spiffy! We hope you’ll be impressed by the clean lines and simple layout.
The next project on our spring to do list was to bring in new products. The first to highlight is going to be a customer favorite because of it’s versatility and durability. It’s time to introduce...drumroll please… Chateau Privacy Curtains. This fabric is part of our privacy curtain line, which means they can be used in homes, offices, hospitals, medical facilities, and just about anywhere you need a little seclusion.
WHO HAS TIME FOR THAT?
Our Chateau Privacy Curtains are soft and have a linen appearance, making them the perfect choice for your spring spruce up project. The look of linen has a natural depth and beauty that breathes a little bit of fresh air into the space. However, linen is difficult to care for. Real Simple’s Fabric 101 Guide recommends hand washing in cold water, letting it air dry, and ironing it. Ain’t nobody got time for that! We believe your décor, whether in a clinic, hospital or office space, should look good but also be easily maintained. Enter Chateau Privacy Curtains - giving homeowners the look of linen, with way less work because it is made of 100% polyester and is machine washable.
STRONG AND PRETTY
Not only is the fabric easy to maintain, but they are nearly indestructible. From the seams to the grommets, this product is a customer favorite because of their durability. The header of these curtains is reinforced with three layers of fabric and another layer of mesh. Talk about strong! The seams and hems are secured using Safe-T-Stiches so you don’t have to worry about ugly stray strings hanging out or a hem falling to the ground. The Chateau Privacy Curtain is hung with strong grommets made of rust proof nickel plated brass rings. The cherry on the top is that these curtains are flame retardant and meet NFPA 701 and CA Fire Marshal Title 19 requirements.
Available in 19 different colors, they are pretty enough to work in the home or business, but they are durable enough to stand up to the use of a medical facility as well. Plus, they are affordable allowing you to stay on budget.
If you are installing these curtains in a business or medical facility, be sure to check with your local fire code you needs these curtains with or without mesh to ensure compliance. Next, give us a call to request a sample color because the images online may differ slightly from the actual color. We are happy to send out a sample, though. Just give us a call at 1-888-434-7444.
OPEN AND LOUD
There has been a push in recent years for “open workspaces” in the corporate world. This type of workspace puts lots of employees in one large room with little, if anything, to separate each employee from the next; much like a 1960s newsroom, minus the clacking typewriters. The idea is that this environment will encourage collaboration and allow the company to be more creative and productive. A recent New Yorker blog highlights some research that indicates the reality is quite different. Open workspaces are noisy and privacy is lacking. These conditions lead to distracted, less productive, less satisfied employees. Health may even be affected as workers in an open workspace tend to take more sick days than those in an individual office.