RAF, Brize Norton

Pentel Contracts worked with the architect and contractor on this project to provide window blinds to either control glare or provide a black-out facility to a new office building for the Tactical Medical Wing at RAF Brize Norton.

Pentel supplied and fitted their Astralux 3000 roller blind system with flame retardant fabric to windows where glare control was required. These blinds were operated by side chain operation ensuring the blinds were easy to raise and lower and stop in any position.

For the windows requiring black-out Pentel used their versatile Astralux 4000 dim-out blind system which on this project consisted:

As with all Pentel Contracts jobs this was handled by a Project Manager to ensure all goods were supplied and fitted on time and on budget.

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