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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the lifespan of an AIRSCREEN?

Very much like a car, lifespans depend on the owner. There plenty of AIRCREENS with 10 years and more on the frames. The white projection surfaces can be replaced separately when they become too unattractive after many years.


What about wind?

The screens have been tested in very high winds. To avoid any risk, do not use your AIRSCREEN in winds exceeding 38km/h or 24MPH. A conservative approach to public and equipment safety is your strongest tool in maintaining the safety of your audience and is key to any risk management strategy relating to public events. When there is severe weather approaching on radar, deflate the AIRSCREEN. Use your tablet, computer or smartphone to keep an eye on approaching conditions.


Does it have to be dark to see a picture?

Not completely dark, but it should be at dusk when you start the movie. Outdoor movie projection is similar to the technology you see in a movie theater. The difference is that instead of turning out the lights, the sun goes down. 


What's better - the airtight or the classic model?

Go classic when you operate the AIRSCREEN in rough environments. The frame of the classic model pardons sharp objects such as sharp stones and glass. With our noise-cancelling blower flight case, the permenently running blower will not disturb the audience. The classic model inflates and deflates quicker and is considered to be the heavy duty choice by professional AV companies.


Go airtight or nano if you are typically in clean places or operate indoors screenings and want ot enjoy absolute silence, the airtight models up to 24ft or 7.32m screen width are the the right choice for you.