The Rack

Posted December 18th, 2011 by Suzy

If not known in advance, in what areas will deploy a mobile screen, you need to think about the rack on which it can be hanged. Typically, a mobile screen folds flat into a tube that serves as a plumb line to its tension in the suspension. There are also the design of mobile screens, which is expanded at once can be set on the table or floor. In this type of screen, the canvas folds vertically in one of the tubes that serve as the counter. The second tube-rack contains a web tension mechanism that holds the screen of spontaneous folding.

There is reliability of a simple rule: the fewer moving parts, and more reliable. And if conditions allow you to set the screen in place permanently, it is desirable to do so. Variants of structural designs on mobile screens, we already mentioned. Basically it is a collapsible tube (vertically or horizontally) models, which are held in a deployed position by gravity, springs or special mechanisms. They can be hung on walls, on special racks or supports include in its design. Stationary models can be of two basic types: collapsible and fixed in the pre-tension.

Screens of the first type resemble mobile options, but because of its steady-state has some special features. They can be attached to the walls as well as ceilings. Deployed either manually or using electric – motorized versions. WEIGHT not so critical as in a mobile version, and keep the canvas as a flat screen easier.

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