Artopex adapts to working environments with three new protective screens
Artopex announced the official startup of its manufacturing activities and the launch of three new collections of protective screens that can be integrated into any working or commercial environments.
“The current situation has prompted our teams to think about solutions that would address the concerns of companies considering the return of their teams to the workplace,” said Daniel Pelletier, President, Artopex. “We concluded that we should develop a flexible and versatile solution that could adapt to all types of surfaces and various applications. We have also decided to modify some of our collections so that our customers who would opt for a transformation of their workstations in the longer term can continue to rely on our solutions.”
Artopex is therefore launching three different collections: Workstation Freestanding and Universal Protective Screens, Workstation Protective Screens, and Freestanding Protective Screen.
Workstation Freestanding and Universal Protective Screens are clear acrylic screens placed on the surfaces and require no installer. They are designed for fixed or height adjustable workstations, reception desks, factory applications or other commercial spaces. Available in multiple formats.
Workstation Protective Screens are available in laminate (solid colours or wood grain pattern) and acrylic. These screens can be attached to work surfaces to create protected spaces that maintain the design integrity of your work environments.
Freestanding Protective Screen offers a protection in a standing position and can be placed in any location to create a protective barrier between individuals. Lightweight, easy to move, its sturdy design is suitable for offices, as well as manufacturing and commercial environments.
These products are designed in one of our Artopex Canadian based facilities and the metal components come from another one of Artopex’s factories, therefore ensuring that the supply chain is controlled at all stages.
“We are confident that these new collections will give a boost to restart production after a few weeks of downtime,” said Pelletier.