Sola-Cure Marine Window Blinds

Sola Cure is a global leader in the manufacture and supply of marine blinds. Based in the UK we have a fast and efficient worldwide distribution network. There are a number of blind options to choose from:  Anti-glare, see through fabric and blackout.

 

Anti-glare Film

Are used  to improve navigation  in the bridge as they dramatically  increase  visibility while reducing glare . They also protect crew from the dangerous prolonged exposure to the sun. In addition to reducing energy cost.

 

See Through Fabric:

As the name indicates they are a fabric weave that are suitable for passenger areas.They are particularly good in locations were they are likely to be frequently touched by a large number of adults and children. This is because they are pliable  and anti-microbial. Which helps stops the transmission of bacteria,  fungi and virus  in those communal areas.

Blackout Blinds

Blackout blinds provide total blackout and are used in cabins and other areas were light needs to be blocked out. And like see through they are also very suited if the blinds are more frequently touched.In addition to being  anti-microbial.

 

All are blinds are Lloyd’s approved for the marine industries and come with a 5 year guarantee as standard

Contact us to speak to a marine blind specialist for further information.

Visit our main site for more information:

https://sola-cure.com/

 

Philosophy: Change For The Better

At Auxano Technologies, we work to a simple but effective philosophy. Our own products and those we partner, must provide a change for the better. Whether that is an improvement in the working conditions of crew and their safety, advancement in technology or to further protect the environment.

Peter Jones

CEO, AUXANO

Latest news: Covid-19 restrictions

The UK has been hit particularly hard with CV-19 and its impact on the business noticeable. Since the initial lockdown in March 2020, Auxano has carried out its own risk assessment and implemented measures beyond those requested of the UK government. This means that an increased number of staff continue to work from home. Unless absolutely vital and unavoidable, we discourage face to face meetings. 

Update: December 2020. Manchester is currently operating under tier 3 restrictions, the highest risk level in the UK. All restrictions therefore remain in place for the foreseeable future