Bulk Steel Mesh Ejection Curtain
Create your own machine guarding solution using our steel mesh ejection curtain. Available in standard heights and lengths up to 200 feet long.
Bulk ejection curtains are fabricated from steel mesh that was originally designed to protect people in the vicinity of a bomb blast from flying shrapnel. Perfect for guarding machinery where easy access is desired and safety can't be compromised. When properly installed, the safety mesh will stop dangerous, flying debris and allow it to fall safely to the ground.
These curtains are tough! Click on the image to the left to see just how tough they are.
Because the mesh is black, the press operator's eyes can easily focus on what is on the other side of the mesh. The curtains are lightweight, easy to install, maintenance free and allow natural light visibility.
- Does not include curtain frame or hooks - Steel mesh only
- Available in three standard heights - 54", 60" and 72".
- 1/4" x 19 gauge, steel, woven mesh - Guardian Coil
- The mesh is painted black to allow the operator's eyes to focus more easily on the point of operation
- Exceeded the ISC/GSA Performance Condition 3b criteria for acceptable levels of protection from glass fragment hazards during an explosion. (GSA-TS01-2003)
- Met the tougher Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) 4-010-01 standard.
- Passed up to the following test conditions: Average peak pressure 6.2 psi, Average Maximum Impulse 41 psi-ms, Duration 16ms
- Curtain hooks are available here
From the mesh manufacturer: Unlike other national and regional standards systems, the United States does not have an approved entity that can certify fully integrated and installed guard systems for safety compliance. The responsibility of ensuring compliance falls to the employer,installer and/or OEM. We are confident in our product, but as all applications are different it is imperative that you test our products for your particular installation. It is recommended that this application-specific analysis include testing to determine suitability from a technical as well as health, safety, and environmental standpoint.