Marlux Fast-Fit Cubicle Track

  • Compatibility with Marlux Disposable Curtains.
  • Easy and versatile to install.
  • Minimal maintenance.

Marlux Fast-Fit Cubicle Track as supplied by Capricorn Contracts +44(0)121 772 5370 including all necessary bends, fixtures and fittings.

Marlux Fast-Fit Cubicle Track
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Description

Marlux Fast-Fit Track is the strongest hospital cubicle track system available and is used in most hospitals throughout the UK. The high quality, heavy section aluminium system is available in white coated finish as standard.

Marlux Fast-Fit Cubicle Track is a high grade system for providing curtain track around cubicles, irrespective of ceiling height or type. Additional fitting allow for lateral stability where wall fixings are not available, and for accommodating problems associated with obtaining fixings in front of window openings. An important design feature of the Marlux Fast-Fit Track is its compatibility with Marlux Disposable Curtains which can be fitted in seconds as opposed to the hours it takes to fit conventional curtains. Conventional curtains can also be used on this system with the unique ?clip-on? ?clip-off? hook. The system is easy to install and requires minimal maintenance.

Fast-Fit Cubicle Track is intended to be principally for supporting curtains for hospital beds and changing cubicles although may also be used for providing curtains for baths and showers and as room dividers. Fast-Fit Window Track can be installed to all types of window openings and can also be shaped to fit a wide range of bays and shaped areas.

The basic rail is an aluminium extrusion of the section shown above, with a flexible PVC capping to prevent collection of dust. It is manufactured in straight lengths of up to 6m long. A variety of factory formed radius bends are available. The aluminium extrusion is to BS EN 755 PART 9, specification BS EN 573. Brackets are available for securing end of the track where it meets the wall at right-angles, and for fixing direct to the ceiling. Special brackets are used where the track meets the wall at an angle, for instance where the track must be cranked to avoid a window. Rail connectors are used to join one cubicle to the next, in order to give stability.

A system of vertical support units is used where the track must be suspended from the ceiling. The track may be suspended from the structural soffit through a suspended ceiling, or through a ceiling tile into a plywood pad. In this instance addition support wires are fitted at each corner of the tile grid by the ceiling contractor.

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