A Revolution in Observation Vision Panels by VISTAMATIC

VISTAMATIC® is a pioneering designer and manufacturer of privacy glass solutions used in hundreds of hospitals, medical facilities, high-security environments, corporations and universities across the world for over 40 years.

Vistamatic continues to lead the industry with innovative and cutting edge technology that is highly customisable. Vistamatic vision panels are renowned for simplicity, durability and refined aesthetics. The panels consist of three sheets of glass as an insulated unit, which are operated using the Vistamatic propriety lever mechanism. When the lever is turned, the inner sheet of glass rises to enable observation and, by turning the handle back, vision is obscured. All panels are fully customisable and come with a lifetime warranty.



About VISTAMATIC® Anti-Ligature

The VISTAMATIC® Anti-Ligature Vision Panel offers a combination of high integrity glazing whilst incorporating a stainless steel frame and anti-ligature device specifically designed for challenging Mental Healthcare environments. Manufactured from Marine grade 316 stainless steel, the Vistamatic® Anti-Ligature vision panel is engineered to comply with the Department of Health environmental design principles for adult medium secure units and designed to ensure safe and secure observation. The Vistamatic® Anti-Ligature Vision Panel is suitable for door thicknesses from 39mm to 60mm.

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