Air curtain for banqueting hall is not à la carte

JS Air Curtains
Timeless design? JS Air Curtains supplied a bespoke 2 m-wide Zen curtain to set off the entrance of the Manzil Banqueting Hall in Manchester.

JS Air Curtains has supplied a 2 m bespoke Zen air curtain to the prestigious Manzil Banqueting Hall in Manchester. It can seat up to a thousand diners in two lavish halls. The air curtain is over the main entrance to protect the reception area from the outside elements and act as an architectural and functional elements.

Features include an exit sign and four clocks showing the time in Manchester, Mecca, Median and Islamabad on the inner fascia. On the outer fascia is a welcome sign.

Amir Salim, director at Manzil, commented, ‘The Manzil Banqueting Hall has a modern, contemporary design, and we needed an air curtain to suit the attractive entrance. We were unable to source a suitable standard model, so we were very happy when we found the bespoke Zen air curtain.

‘The design was brilliant. JS produced pre-assembly visuals so we could see what the finished article would look like.

The central structure of the Zen air curtain is zinc-plated and finished in black as standard, although any RAL colour is available. Other options include brushed or polished stainless steel or wood. The fascia panels are fully customisable.

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