Cubicle Curtains have many different components—interestingly, these can change based on the style you're wanting. Check out this new resource to learn more about these components.
Cubicle curtain hardware has a hook system to put the curtains in place, cubicle curtains do not have any hardware attached to them, besides the grommets. This allows for the curtains to be taken down as often as needed f or laundering.
Typically used to accommodate very high ceilings, it is a cost effective solution to standardize cubicle curtains across your facility.
Round, metal-rimmed openings placed every 6 inches along the top of the cubicle curtain for the hooks to go through and connect to the track.
This snap system can be used with any width of track and mesh. Each panel finishes at 66”w x 66”l, and multiple panels can be snapped together if track length exceeds 66”.
In order to meet fire regulations and allow ventilation in the room, cubicle curtain mesh is 20”-22” long (ask your manufacturer about custom lengths). This lock knit mesh is made of 100% polyester and has 1/2” openings throughout.
We recommend fabrics that inherently meet NFPA 701 for optimum performance. Railroading cubicle fabric is the same as railroading drapery fabric or sheers. See our Railroading Resource Card for more information.
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