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WeldflexTM Welding Screens

WeldflexTM Welding Screens

Discover the Importance of Welding Screens in Creating a Safe and Productive Learning Environment

At Flexshield, we understand the importance of providing a safe and conducive space for students and instructors alike. That’s why we prioritise the implementation of welding screens in our workshops and classrooms. These screens serve as more than just barriers; they’re essential tools that ensure the well-being of everyone on our premises while facilitating effective teaching and learning experiences. Join us as we explore the significance of welding screens in educational settings and discover how they contribute to a safer, more productive learning environment.

Specs Suited to Application

When it comes to welding protection, one size does not fit all. That’s why our Weldflex™ Welding Sheet Curtains are designed to meet the exact specifications of your application. Whether you’re operating in an engineering workshop, welding bay, educational institution, or trade training centre, our customisable solutions ensure optimal protection for your unique environment.


  • Superior Durability: Our Kanga Certified Weldflex™ sheet screens, boasting a thickness of 1mm, offer exceptional durability, surpassing traditional welding curtains. Engineered to withstand heavy use and concentrated sparks and splatter, they provide reliable protection over the long term.
  • Versatile Applications: From mobile frames to sliding partitions, our Weldflex™ sheets offer versatility in installation, adapting to your specific needs without compromising on safety.
  • Compliance with Standards: Conforming to Australian Standards (AS/NZS 3957:2014), our Weldflex™ welding screens ensure full compliance, guaranteeing peace of mind for both bystanders and welders.


Our Weldflex™ Welding Sheet Curtains are meticulously crafted from high-quality materials to ensure resilience in the face of welding hazards. The heavy-duty 2mm strip provides solid hanging, allowing for adequate ventilation while minimising disruptive air movement. With materials designed to resist tearing and burning, our curtains offer robust protection that stands the test of time.

"Our college purchased welding screens from Flexshied for our new welding bays, the process of purchasing, delivery and installation was really easy and the welding screens are awesome. Thank you Maddy for helping with our recent purchase"

Brendan Johnston | Phoenix P-12 Community College

Testing & Compliance

Rigorous testing ensures the efficacy of our Weldflex™ Welding Sheet Curtains. Through comprehensive evaluation, including exposure to simulated welding conditions, our curtains consistently demonstrate their ability to withstand the demands of industrial environments. Tested against Australian Standards (AS/NZS 3957:2014), our curtains deliver reliable performance, providing peace of mind in the most challenging welding scenarios.

How to Specify

Specifying Weldflex™ Welding Sheet Curtains for your application is a straightforward process. Provide us with your requirements, including dimensions and installation preferences. Whether you opt for standard sizes or custom-made solutions, our team will work closely to ensure seamless integration into your workplace.

From DIY kit installation to the professional set-up, specifying Weldflex™ is the first step towards enhancing safety and productivity in your welding environment.

For more information about WeldflexTM Welding Sheet Curtains, contact the team at Flexshield on 1300 799 969.

Weldflex™ Tensile Strength

Tensile strength measures the maximum stress a material can withstand while being stretched or pulled before it breaks or deforms permanently. It is expressed in units of force per unit area, such as pounds per square inch (psi) or megapascals (MPa). Essentially, it indicates how much force or load a material can bear without rupturing under tension. Higher tensile strength implies greater resistance to stretching or pulling forces, making a material more durable and suitable for applications requiring strength and structural integrity, such as construction materials, automotive components, and engineering structures. Tensile strength is a crucial mechanical property used to assess the performance and suitability of materials for various engineering applications.

Property Typical Value Test Method
Specific Gravity 1.23 ASTM D-792
Shore ‘A’ Duro Hardness (15 sec delay) 80 ASTM D-2240
Tensile Strength (psi) 2700 ASTM D-638
Tensile Elongation (%) 325 ASTM D-638
100% Modulus (psi) 1500 ASTM D-638
Graves Tear strength (lb./inch) 450 ASTM-D1004
LTBP, (OC) -30 ASTM-D-746
UV Resistance YES
Operating Temperature 0-150 0F

Questions people ask about WeldflexTM Welding Screens

Yes, there are welding screens specifically designed for outdoor use, offering protection against environmental elements while still maintaining visibility and safety.

Yes, welding screens are typically made from fire-resistant materials that can withstand sparks, splatter, and arc flash exposure.

While welding screens provide a barrier between the welding activity and other areas, they are typically translucent, allowing observers to have a clear view of the welding process while maintaining a safe distance.

Yes, welding screens are designed for easy installation and removal, allowing for flexibility in configuring workshop or classroom layouts and adapting to changing needs.

Welding screens are generally low maintenance; however, periodic inspection and cleaning may be necessary to ensure their effectiveness and longevity.

While primarily designed for welding activities, welding screens also help minimise disruptions in the learning environment, protect equipment and property, and serve as teaching tools for demonstrating welding techniques and safety practices.

Yes, welding screens can be customised to fit the dimensions and layout of specific workshop or classroom environments, ensuring optimal protection and functionality.

By creating designated welding areas that are properly shielded from the rest of the facility, welding screens help educational institutions comply with safety standards and regulations.

Welding screens protect against hazards such as intense light, heat, sparks, molten metal, noise, glare, and fumes generated during welding activities.

Welding screens are essential in educational institutions to ensure the safety of students and staff, comply with regulations, maintain a conducive learning environment, facilitate effective teaching, and protect equipment and property from potential hazards associated with welding activities.*

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