Polytronix, Inc, Film and Glass Division, along with our exclusive glass laminators, manufacture the most versatile switchable privacy glass options on the market. Polyvision® Switchable Privacy Glass transitions from opaque to clear at a flip of a switch, no matter the thickness of glass. The most commonly purchased switchable privacy glass option is laminated with toughened glass.
Polytronix, Inc.® has been manufacturing smart film since 1986, we are known as the industry leader and are the only smart film manufacturer in the USA. We are often asked if smart film or smart glass is the best solution for a project. Each has advantages and disadvantages and your project should be considered carefully before making a decision.
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Welcome to Polytronix Glass®, a Film & Glass Division of Polytronix, Inc. We are the leading manufacturer of smart glass in America since 1986. Polyvision is the only UL recognized smart film manufactured in the US. Why is UL important? UL is recognized around the world as the leader in product safety testing and certification. Here at Polytronix, our number one priority is to commit to safety and quality. Our Polyvision® film has the best clarity, lowest haze, and widest viewing angle, currently on the market today! If you have any questions, #askpolytronix on twitter. Thanks for stopping by!
Smart Glass and UL
Operating Rooms generally contain and spread the most germs, viruses, and bacteria. When an operating room is occupied, bacterial infections can spread on hospital curtains and blinds. Polyvision® Switchable Privacy Glass is energy efficient, cost effective and reduces waste from the fabric and cleaning of hospital curtains and blinds produces. Operating Rooms are required to be maintained in the highest cleanest, to protect both patients and health care professionals from invisible contamination. Polyvision® Switchable Privacy Glass can help every hospital achieve the goal of being Germ-Free.
The intensive care unit, ICU, caters to patients with life-threatening illnesses and injuries, that require constant care, with close supervision and required to be clean and isolated for the patients. Caring for ICU Patients, visitors, and healthcare staff, bacteria and germs spreading is still a huge problem in 2019.
Emergency department are unique setting for privacy in the health care industry. Maintaining patient privacy in the hectic confines of the emergency department has always been a dilemma and concern. When the federal government raised the stakes in 2003, when the privacy requirements of the HIPAA when into effect, healthcare professionals had to make a reasonable efforts to the disclosure of health care information.