Products from Beltor Manufacturing

The first thing people notice about products from Beltor Manufacturing is the quality and design.

We stand behind everything we offer, and make sure it’s field tested to meet the specifications of some of the top institutions throughout the United States.

On this page you can take a look at the products offered by Beltor Manufacturing.

Hospital Cubical Curtains:
A Great Way for Interior Separation

Cubical curtains are the number one choice as separators in medical treatment facilities. These divide or separate interiors into private enclosures for one or more patients. The sole purpose is to provide seclusion and privacy to patients. The screen ensures patient privacy and confidentiality. They also help prevent the spread of infection and other diseases throughout a hospital, clinic, nursing home, or similar kinds of health care centers.

Hospital cubicle curtains have brought a dramatic change in renovating and upgrading healthcare facilities since the 1960’s.

With the development of new and alternative products to traditional design, the choices and selection have already widened. Browse online to find, compare, and shop the best item.

Color Swatches

standard solid color fabrics shown, more styles available

Product Layouts  (click to enlarge)

What makes them so user-friendly?

Hospitals and office cubicle curtains make an excellent replacement for permanent walls for several reasons. Firstly, it saves cost. The materials are less expensive, and minimum or say no construction costs are implied; a sliding track is needed to open or close the curtains. Second, versatility is non-negotiable. The curtains are easy to roll or expand to create room; open up the curtains and have a wide open floor plan with no separators whatsoever. Portability is also an additional feature that widens its usability. These dormitory dividers come on moveable frames, slowing away easily when not in use.

They conform to all health care standards.

Cubical curtains are constructed with special woven fabric stitched together. These curtains are divided into two portions. The upper section (18-24 inches) typically consists of mesh as per the requirement set by the National Fire Protection Association. The lower half is strictly created under state and local fire codes, biz, NFPA 701.

What you need to pass NFPA 701 testing?

Hospital curtain manufacturers should follow flame retarded treatment, inherently flame retardant, flame retarded and fabric needs to pass NFPA 701 testing. Mesh needs to allow water to pass through from the ceiling mounted sprinklers in the event of fire. The vertical length should vary from 6 to 18 inches depending on the distance between the ceiling and the sprinkler head. The fabric body should be opaque to provide maximum privacy to patients. 

Cubical curtain manufacturers' new trends

Typically, cubicle curtains are available in a variety of fabrics, colors, and patters, but according to safety regulations, these privacy curtains must be fire retardant, breathable, eco-friendly, and hygienic. Depending on the healthcare facility of hospital curtains. Cubicle curtain manufacturers develop new trends in antimicrobial textiles and going green. They embed natural, germ fighting, odor killing power without any design hindrance or production hassle. You can easily clean them by wiping down, sanitizing by spray, or using a UV disinfection system.