Anti-glare screen systems

Role model in function and safety

Conform to EN 12676
All our anti-glare systems are tested and approved according to DIN EN 12676.
EN 12676 requires a safety test at wind speeds of 144 km/h.
For even greater security, e.g. on high-speed railway lines or highways, our anti-glare systems were additionally tested at wind speeds of 160 km/h.
The additional examination has been successfully completed, a certificate has been issued.

Performance in case of an impact/crash
Anti-glare screen systems act passive in general, according to the guard-rail substructure. The systems don´t have any sharp edges that might lead to damages or injuries. The fastening of the systems is such designed that by any impact of a vehicle no vane parts will be ejected. 

Climbing through case of an accident
The anti-glare screen system can be climbed through easily at any point by rescue teams with stretchers.

Deformation resistance/flexibilty
The vanes are inherently stable and flexible at the same time. In case of forces up to 90° the vanes bounce back immediately into their initial position, because they are pre-stressed in the clamping area.