Sandringham Hospital

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CS Cavity Sliders most recent addition to the Track Systems product range is the CS ElecTrack. These tracks allowed our NewYorker door leaves, glazed with switchable glass, to be used. The first major project we rolled out with the ElecTrack is the Sandringham Hospital Emergency Department. Both single, double, and triple track systems were used on the project. This negated the need for archaic mechanical blinds housed in windows and allowed the multi use of theatre rooms.

CS Delivered the project in conjunction with iGlass in Ballarat

 

Customer: iGlass

Project: Sandringham Hospital, Melbourne

Products used: CS ElecTrack, CS NewYorker

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