Operation one or both sides
- The triple glazed system is renowned for allowing discreet and secure observation whilst maintaining the appearance of a contemporary Venetian style blind. Since then Vistamatic® has improved the design and functionality of the panel by incorporating a fully integrated spindle/cam mechanism (PCT/GB2010/001871). Such is the reliability we now offer a full Lifetime Warranty on all our vision panels against faulty manufacture.
- All Vistamatic® vision panels now have 30mm MAX* banding as standard meaning the thickness of the sandblasted lines has been more than doubled compared to our previous standard linear design. The MAX bands offer an enhanced viewing area and significantly reduce the likelihood of blind spots within the area being observed. (Our old style banding is still available on request when needed for retro-fit purposes to match panels already in situ.)The VistaGlide™ IAS** is now available as an optional extra on all panels. This recently developed soft-closing damping system ensures panels close with a minimum of effort and noise which is especially effective on larger panels and where observation is needed throughout the night.In addition to this our panels are manufactured as sealed units to ensure they are totally free from the risk of attracting bacteria as well as being simple to install with no specialist tools needed and no ongoing maintenance/cleaning costs.
The new Max Vision offers an enlarged viewing aspect that more than doubles the vista of the Standard panel through an enlarged multiple linear design whilst demonstrating the appearance of a venetian blind. The viewing aspect on the Max is increased to more than 25mm providing a unique and exceptional perspective improving the observation and monitoring benefits to service users.
When requesting a quote please specify
Product Code VS-MAX-404 for panel size 404x404mm
Product Code VS-MAX-800 for panel size 800x250mm
Product Code VS-MAX-custom for made to measure panel size – Please state your size on the order notes on the quote form