We were recently asked to provide and fit privacy blinds for a private hospital in the South East of England. The Hospital had been supplied with black out roller blinds, however, the frames were 20mm over the space available between the door and frame when the door was open.
Our solution was to supply and fit matt black aluminium venetian privacy blinds into place. The staff are operating in a theatre using lasers and therefore keeping the room as dark as possible while providing privacy was very important to them. The aluminium venetian privacy blinds can also be cleaned either on or off the face mounted brackets. The privacy blinds can easily be removed by swiveling the bracket and un-clipping and freeing up the blind.
Privacy blinds have a number of other functions in that they can be used to either promote, limit or prevent light from coming into a room or particular space.
Another example, WAREMA Vertical louvre blinds create a pleasant climate in every room and provide a comfortable, stylish atmosphere. They provide effective privacy and are a good means of setting fresh accents in interior design – for example as partitions.
Vertical louvre privacy blinds with daylight utilisation combine the elegance of a vertical louvre blinds with the ultimate in anti-glare comfort by dividing the slats into two sections. The upper section is transparent and controls the incidence of light. The lower section is opaque and deflects the sun’s rays. This provides glare protection for computer workstations while, at the same time, evenly illuminating the rooms to avoid the need for artificial lighting.