Stagelite

Our popular Stagelite brand is a leader in front projection, and is available in a number of styles to meet the unique needs of special events, attractions, and Pro AV applications.

Harkness Stagelite comprises an economic range of flexible front projection surfaces manufactured to a unique PVC-based formulation.  Stagelite can meet unique needs for:

  • A variety of ambient lighting conditions
  • Viewing properties such as wide viewing angles, high contrast, bright pictures and excellent colour temperature
  • Edge-blending projection

Our proprietary and unique seam welding process ensures our screens have no visible seams under projection conditions. Stagelite screens can be folded for transportation.

  Material Key uses
Stagelite Contrast Grey 70 Enhances contrast for projectors not optimised to project black/near black colours. Generally intended for dark conditions, but can also minimise the effects of ambient light
Stagelite Matt White 100 General purpose contrast screen intended for a variety of auditoria, generally in dark conditions
Stagelite Matt White 100 Super Same material as Matt White 100, produced off-roll at a width of 3 metres
Stagelite White/Black 100 Similar to Matt White 100 with black reverse side for blocking ambient light behind the screen
Stagelite Stereo Designed for 3D applications with a low depolarisation rate.

Features
Application
  • Events
  • 4D Theme Rides
  • Cinema
  • Film production
  • Conference rooms
Sizes and shapes
  • Rectangular or special shape screens can be made
  • Screens bigger than 100ft x 65ft (30m x 20m) are subject to special enquiry
Stagelite Contrast Grey 70
Material

PVC

Colour

Grey

Perforation

None

Weight

0.43 kg/m2 (0.09 lb/ft2)

Thickness

0.3mm

Maximum size

Subject to enquiry

Roll width

na

Packing  method

Folded

Fire   classification

UK 

Viewing and audio performance for High Contrast viewing surfaces
Stagelite Matt White
 

Stagelite Matt White 100

Stagelite White/Black 100

Material

PVC

Laminated PVC

Colour

white

White / reverse black

Perforation

None

None

Weight

0.43 kg/m2 (0.09 lb/ft2)

0.43 kg/m2 (0.09 lb/ft2)

Thickness

0.3mm

0.3mm

Maximum size

No specific limit

No specific limit

Made up  screens

Made up or off-roll

Available

Roll width

2.2m (3m for off-roll)

2m

Packing  method

Folded

Folded

Fire classification

UK 
France              M1

UK 
France              M1

Viewing and audio performance for High Contrast viewing surfaces

Stagelite Stereo
 

Stagelite Stereo

Material

PVC

Colour

silver

Perforation

None

Weight

0.50 kg/m2 (0.10 lb/ft2)

Thickness

0.3mm

Maximum size

USA manufacture 23.77 x 12.19m (78' x 40')
Europe manufacture 33m x 11m (108' 3" x 36' 1")

Made up  screens

Made up

Roll width

2m

Packing  method

Folded and supplied in a parcel; packed in a long wooden box for larger screens.

Fire classification

UK BS EN 1103: 2005 Burning Behaviour of Fabrics using BS EN ISO 6941:2003

 

General Information
Surface Edging Options
  • Web and eye (grommet). Triple fold web integral with surface
  • Preformed pipe pocket any size on any side
  • Cloth web and fixings (snaps) for press stud frames (UK Matt Plus only)
  • Straight sides or shaped to special order (Matt Plus only)
  • Cut square (unfinished edge)

Despatch/Storage

Screens should normally be transported and stored at temperatures between 5C and 30C (40F and 85F), with relative humidity less than 80%. If screens are very cold (e.g. following air transport) then they must be allowed to warm up before unpacking, otherwise cold cracking may occur. Screens should be installed within a maximum of 2 months of shipping. Packages should be handled with care to avoid damage.


Care and Maintenance

The general environment where the screen is installed should be kept reasonably clean to avoid dirt and dust build-up. Screens can be periodically cleaned using a soft brush or cloth, doing this vertically with limited pressure. Screens can be cleaned using a damp cloth wetted with water and a mild detergent. Under no circumstances should screens be cleaned with abrasive materials or harsh chemicals such as acids, bleaches or solvents. Harkness Screens is not liable for damage caused to screens through the use of inappropriate cleaning methods or chemicals.


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