BRAC Projects create a range of Self Installing COVID-19 Perspex protection screens

BRAC Projects has used their fabrication skills to create a range of Self Installing COVID-19 Perspex protection screens. They are available in a range of sizes and are easily installed.

May 26, 2020 / / —

Specialist fabrication company BRAC Projects has turned their attention to perspex protection screens during the COVID-19 pandemic. Using their skills and experience in fabrication, they have created a range of screens that can be installed by anyone.

The new Self Installing COVID-19 Perspex protection screens can be delivered flat packed and ready for installation. They don't require fixings or tools to be installed, making them easy to install in any working environment. The screens are ideal for shops, hospitals, offices, receptions, schools, or any other organisation that wants to provide extra protection for staff members. They are easy to clean and provide a simple but effective solution to improved hygiene and reduced risk of infection. Available in a range of sizes, they can quickly be delivered to those that need them.

The screens feature a document slot so that documents can easily be posted or passed between people. The mobile design also means that they can be moved between surfaces and used where they are needed most. They are made from 5mm thick Perspex and are completely transparent, as well as able to stand up to cleaning with daily products. BRAC Projects can make the screens in custom sizes, shapes, and dimensions to suit the needs of their customers. All of their screens are manufactured in the UK, offering premium quality.

BRAC Projects has more than 40 years of experience in fabrication, offering turnkey design, furniture fabrication, and installation. The company offers services within a range of sectors, including education, commercial buildings, healthcare and hospitals, leisure, and public buildings. They combine experience and in-depth product knowledge to offer a flexible service and a keen understanding of their clients' fabrication needs.

The new screens from BRAC Projects offer a solution to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. They can provide one way to protect customers, students, employees, and others during a period when it is more important than ever. The products are delivered with professional service, with quick turnaround times to enable clients to quickly receive what they need to make their organisation safer.

Demand for the screens is high, and BRAC Projects recommends that customers place orders as soon as possible. They can send enquiries via the company website or get in touch with their sales team by phone or email. The company will do its best to quickly answer enquiries and fulfil orders so that customers do not need to wait any longer than necessary to receive their protection screens.

Discover more about BRAC Projects on their website at For press enquiries, please contact Graeme Bartholomew; email, phone 01323 870146, or write to BRAC Projects Ltd Unit 44 Berwick Court Farm Alfriston Road Berwick, Polegate BN26 5QS.

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Address: BRAC Projects Ltd Unit 44 Berwick Court Farm Alfriston Road Berwick, Polegate BN26 5QS
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