Let’s take a look at Screenint’s large screens, which range from four and a half meters to twelve meters in width and, as usual, are completely customizable. Furthermore, a new screen surface was introduced whose name says it all: UltraHD!
Screenint seems to have given itself a mission that is anything but easy, but certainly fascinating: customizing projection experiences to the maximum, regardless of their environment. The screens that we see today, in terms of dimensions and materials, are indicated both for cinemas and for applications such as medical, technological, and, in general, for projections that require image perfection and definition. Let’s start with Major Pro-C, a screen that, in terms of dimensions, goes from 500 to 700 cm in width, is available in 4:3, 16:9, 16:10 and custom-made for mats, and in particular is designed for large-scale projections in spacious environments, such as during large events. The container is made of aluminum and has a design that is capable of aesthetically adapting itself to all environments in which it can be installed. The Major-C Tensioned, a slightly smaller version (from 450 to 650 cm in width), is a series of motorized screens equipped with a system of lateral tension that increases and improves the surface’s flatness. The container is white aluminum, and the optional mounting brackets for American structures and masking kit for false ceilings are both available. Major-C Tensioned is also available in all formats and custom-sizes, even when referring to the container color. The motorization of both of these screens is particularly fast and quiet, with a power of 40 Nm and a speed of 17 rpm (less than a minute for complete positioning), and with IMQ certification.
The projection surfaces, on the other hand, are classified M1 and B1 fireproof.
For these two screen models, moreover, a new projection surface was recently introduced, called UltraHD: as the name itself says, it is a screen surface explicitly intended for 4K image reproduction, ideal for Home Cinemas or medical or technological applications. The prominent feature of this new screen surface is the completely and uniformly black reverse side, which makes it completely darkening. The frontal surface is instead white and smooth. The ID card of this new surface is rounded out with features such as M1 fireproof certification, 150° viewing angle of 0.42mm thickness and a gain value of 1.2.
We absolutely must close with the king of this industry of large screens, a title that rightfully belongs to Cine Pro, an electric screen available from 8 to 12 meters in width (or custom-made) – an ideal solution for cinemas, theaters or auditoriums. It is worth lingering for a moment on the structure of this model, built in such a way so that the roller tube also serves as the screen’s counterweight at the same time, assuring the best possible flatness of the projection surface. The capstan-electric motor unit is positioned at the center of the mechanical structure and, through two steel cables, facilitates the rotation of the roller tube, thus offering very silent and safe movements of rising and descent. Furthermore, a very new security system prevents the roller tube from accidentally falling down if the motor, steel cables or screen surface break. The screen’s descent speed is 17 rpm for Cine Pro, too, while the power (given the screen’s larger dimensions) is greater, arriving at 85 Nm. The container is available in opaque black, which the frontal projection surface is available in two types: White and Microholes.
The final touch to these highly remarkable products is the guarantee: five years for the motor, 24 months on the other components.
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