Safety screens and machine guards
Safety screens and machine guards in plastic
Whether you need a screen for safety reasons, for a production facility, food or tooling machinery, we can make it to your specifications.
We manufacture most screens in polycarbonate or PETG.
PETG and polycarbonate are sound-abating, transparent and shock-resistant and therefore ideally suited for making safety screens.
We can make your screens in clear, coloured or partially clear material – depending on your preferences.
If you are unsure as to what material would best meet your requirements for screens, get in touch with us and we can advise you.
Production of bespoke safety screens for machines
We produce screens that fits your machines.
Send us a drawing or measurements and we will draft a structural design for you.
Our methods for making screens usually involve CNC milling, laser cutting, water-jet cutting and heat bending.
In some cases, there may be a need for glueing or counterboring, depending on the format and construction. With our experience you can be sure of stability in the screen structure.
Machine guards with print or engraving
Would you like to add a particular warning or perhaps a logo to your screen?
We offer engraving and printing, so you can custommise your screens to your brand or match your need for marking.
Safety screens for food production
Screens are made in materials and to designs that take into account such things as requirements for chemical resistance, temperatures, hygiene and food-approval needs.
Naturally, we can make screens from food-approved (FCM) materials.
Fast delievery of custom safety screens
Whether you want a single screen or several, we can provide custom products in your preferred materials – and delivery times are short. WE produce the safety screens in our production facilities in Støvring, Denmark.
For any questions about screens, structural design or materials, please feel free to contact us. We are ready to help.
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