Flexshield Weldflex strip curtains were used by reputed movie director James Cameron during the making of his submarine for his most recent documentary ‘Deepsea Challenge’.

Compliant with Australian Standard AS3957, Flexshield Weldflex curtains are made from 2mm thick red PVC material, six times thicker than traditional 0.35mm welding screens. The thicker construction overcomes many of the problems associated with the 0.35mm traditional screens, by offering unmatched resistance to tearing, burning or accidental damage.

Weldflex screens find application in engineering, workshops, welding bays, mining, oil and gas, manufacturing welding bays, high schools, TAFE’s hot works bays, manual arts welding booths, trade training centres and any facility with a welding process.

Weldflex curtains are available in both strip and sheet variants with mounting options including standard track, sliding track, concertina welding screens and mobile frames.

Flexshield Weldflex screens can be custom made to suit exact requirements.