Motorized Screens: Supreme In-ceiling Slot

Screen Research's in-ceiling models featured specially designed casings that can be integrated into a false ceiling or soffit concealing it from view. Slot opening models allow the screen to be hidden from view when not in use, maximizing integration into an interior.

All Supreme motorized in-ceiling screens feature Screen Research's patented TFX Floating tab-tensioning system as standard. Originally developed for the award-winning LeWing™ range of products, a dual floating weight design ensures that the screen is flat and wave-free in use. It provides a weight-efficient structure that can be optimized in-situ eliminating any possible deformation of the roller assembly. This allows the use of more rigid fabrics, in larger sizes, and with the option of longer custom drop combinations.

Screen Research's Supreme in-ceiling motorized screens with masking offer a wide range of masking options catering for virtually any popular video projection image ratio. All ClearPix screens are specified with acoustically transparent masks as standard to preserve the integrity of the system's audio performance.