KwickScreen is at the forefront of infection control in Healthcare. We are a team of Designers & Engineers who have spent the last 12 years working tirelessly creating our award-winning portable, retractable hospital screens to create a safe space for patients every day. When we started back in 2008, our founder Michael was looking to address the problems of hospital-borne infections like MRSA. He saw the very real need for quick, efficient ways to isolate patients and reduce the spread of infections. Since then KwickScreen has designed and engineered a range of award-winning, patented screens that allow our partners to create flexible, COVID-secure spaces across their hospitals.
1661 Castilleja Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 94306
Provides services nationwide
Transport: We offer environmentally friendly transport options to reduce emissions due to air and road freight.
Printing: We use HP Latex Inks, which care for the planet and people, without compromising on quality.
- The ink has no hazard warning labels and contains no Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs).
- Non-flammable, non-combustible and nickel-free ink help to keep healthcare spaces safe.
- Produces odourless displays for sensitive indoor environments, perfect for healthcare.
Using latex inks also ensures that the final fronted product is still recyclable.
Recyclability: Our products are made of 95+% recyclable material.
Sourcing locally: Over 70% of our materials for manufacturing are procured from within 200 miles of our factory.
Designing for sustainability: We designed our packaging to entirely eliminate plastic and ensure that it is wholly recyclable.
Adapting for efficiency: We recently moved to a new factory and are working hard to make it as energy efficient as possible. We installed LED lighting and heat pumps to make substantial savings on energy consumption.
Plastic Waste: We strive to transform current practices within healthcare to reduce consumption of single-use plastic, facilitating the transition to a circular economy model.
Circular Economy: Our R&D department tackle our waste by reusing damaged parts. Using rejected inners and powder coating scratched metal parts for prototypes instead of scrapping them.
Less Waste: We aim to highlight the reduction in material going to landfill compared to disposable curtains.