By Denice Leclercq. Curtains. Published at Monday, April 15th, 2019 - 21:30:04 PM.
Cubicle curtains are extensively used for the purpose of creating room separation, particularly in hospitals. They are also utilized by institutions and corporate offices for special occasions or for certain specific purposes. Cubicle curtains is a generic name, with the varieties of blackout curtains, disposable curtains, bio-active curtains, shower curtains, eco-friendly curtains, and cubicle curtain track systems. Normally, a cubicle curtain could be defined as a cloth dividing the room into separate enclosures. In the hospital, the tracking systems are extensively used to provide privacy to the patients in a large room and to facilitate easier medical treatment.
We can broadly categorize curtains in two ways – by style and by fabric. While curtains are used at different places for different purposes, they tend to be categorized by the use they are going to be put into. You can use only a plastic or chemical quoted plastic curtain in a hospital or shower stall where it come into contact with water frequently. Likewise, you cannot use stylish or fancy curtains in your bed room or drawing room.
Whatever be your choice of curtains, you must decide the overall combination you need before making your purchase. You would do well to make an informed decision. Use the web to find adequate information on the issue, consult an interior decorator or even the salesman at the home decor store, who generally have a good idea about such issues.
Nearly all the manufacturers use fabrics that possess a long-life flame retardant capacity. The curtain cloth would be suspended from a curtain track, curtain carriers, or other types of supporting structures. However, curtain tracking is the most common support for most of the cubicle curtains. In the case of hospital curtains, the cubicle curtain fabric would consist of different types of woven fabrics that would be stitched together. The top portion of the cubicle curtain would be prepared from a mesh fabric to allow light and air flow into the cubicle. The lower portion would be of opaque cloth to furnish complete privacy.
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