Ultralight removable Projection Screens for the outer Deck
proSCREEN projection screens are cinema screens that can be easily assembled and dismantled for a video experience on the outer deck. proSCREEN can be ordered in any size. The largest screen we have made so far was around 7m wide and 4m high.
A compact alternative is the roll-up version of the proSCREEN. Here the screen is rolled into a horizontal carbon profile, which can be easily mounted between two SunFLIP poles. For deployment, the screen is just unrolled and attached to the poles at both lower corners.
Assembly is fast and easy, and one carbon profile is the only part which needs to be stowed away.
The frame structure of the proSCREEN is made from carbon pipe. Available in clear coated or painted finish. Fittings are made from manually mirror-polished stainless steel. The mounting rails for the screen are made from aluminium, same colour as the system, and are supplied either anodised or powder-coated.
We use twistFIT deck mounts for proSCREEN, the same fittings are also used for the sun awning system sunFLIP. So sunFLIP and proSCREEN systems are often combined. Even the side walls of our proSPORT padle tennis court are equipped with twistFIT deck brackets.
proSCREEN projection screens are made of special plastic sheets which can be rolled up and are even foldable.
We offer front and rear projection screens, so that the position of the projector may be in front or behind the screen.
proSCREEN systems for front projection are designed for a projector placed behind the viewers. The projector is therefore located on the same side of the screen as the audience.
With the proSCREEN system for rear projection, the projector is behind the screen from the viewer's perspective. The image is therefore projected onto the back of the membrane and viewed from behind "through the screen" so to speak. We deliver special projection films which have been specially developed for this system for use as a screen.
Take frame tubes out from bags
Stick lower side posts into their deck sockets
... and lock in the deck sockets by turning the post
Connect lower cross tube halves
Hook up lower cross tube
Stick in the upper side posts
Connect upper cross tube halves
Take the upper cross tube to its final position, using ladders
Attach and lock the upper cross tube
Unroll projection screen
Pull the projection screen into the boltrope track of the upper cross tube
Install the shock-cord lacing system for the membrane
Projection screen done
proSCREEN system done