Now, we can forgive you for thinking that PVC Strip Curtains are a little bit boring – we live and breathe them everyday and we are passionate about them, but we know that not everyone shares our love for them. So, imagine how excited we were when the lovely Victoria Burgher recently contacted us with the purpose of purchasing some plastic PVC door curtains to use in her art installation in Beak Street, Soho.
The catering and food processing industries have really got on board with using PVC strip curtains recently, due in no small part to the excellent polar grade, and antimicrobial PVC curtain strips that we offer. This area of the market place has increased so much in the past few months that we are excited to announce that we are now supplying some huge household names including, McDonalds, Pizza Hut, Dominoes and Subway.
PVC strip curtains are ideal as an economical way of separating temperatures within your commercial space, and therefore reducing your energy costs. For example, when used on an external door they keep the hot air in, and the cold air out. As you can see, PVC Strip Curtains do a great job of protecting you, your employees and your business from a wide variety of things – are you doing anything to protect your PVC Strip Curtains?
Many companies today use large-scale computer systems, and so most people will have heard the term “data centre”. But what does it mean? Well, in the 1940s when computers began to be widely used, they tended to be so large that whole rooms had to be put to one side to house them. Even though the computers of today bear little or no resemblance to the machines of this era, the functional scope of computers has grown so much that the systems required to run them still need to occupy a similar amount of space.