GreenGuard Certified Fabrics for Projection Screens
Draper's dedication to green construction and environmental responsibility has led to the development of our EcoVision range of products, which meet or exceed industry standards that measure environmental impact.
Draper is the first manufacturer of projection screens to receive GreenGuard Certification for projection screen fabrics. Air quality and off-gassing is a growing concern when selecting products for indoor use.
Draper's EcoVision range of screen surfaces: Matt White, High Contrast Grey, M1300, and HiDef Grey are GREENGUARD Children and Schools certified fabrics, available on manual, motorized, and permanently tensioned Draper projection screens.
The GREENGUARD Children and Schools standard is the strictest standard for indoor air quality, designed to protect vulnerable children in the spaces they occupy for several hours every day. Drapers EcoVision range of products can contribute to LEED building certification. For more information, contact one of our LEED APs.
Draper's Audio Visual Products can contribute to LEED building certification.
Meeting and presentation rooms can benefit from both daylight and energy savings with the use of projection screens and window shades. Projectors have been demonstrated to conserve energy when compared to flat screen displays. Projectors, projection screens and window shades create efficient and welcoming multi-use presentation spaces. Using FlexShades to control light and projection screens with GreenGuard Children and Schools certified fabrics to strategically conserve energy can contribute to the overall energy savings in today’s building plans.
These strategies have potential to contribute to LEED certification points in a facility: consult one of Drapers LEED Accredited Professionals for assistance in planning for environmentally effective installations.
Draper is a member of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).