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The Sliding Door Company is offering free systems to low-income area care centers during the global pandemic as a solution to slow the spread of COVID-19 and beyond.

CHATSWORTH, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Sliding Door Company, a Los Angeles-based company that manufactures interior glass door solutions for the home and office for over 15 years, recently launched Wellness Glass Walls to help those on the front line fighting COVID-19 during this global pandemic and give back to those in need.

The new Wellness Glass Walls prevent cross-contamination, block airborne particles and are deployable in under 24 hours, allowing hospitals, urgent care centers and medical offices to partition off waiting rooms and provide sequestered glass waiting areas for patients. During the current COVID-19 outbreak, companies in low-income areas that are in need of a Wellness Walls system can apply to have one installed completely free of cost. Past installations by The Sliding Door Company include projects at the David Geffen Medical Center at UCLA, VA Hospital in Chicago, Dignity Health, and many more.

“We recognize what an incredibly challenging time this is for people around the world and wanted to offer a solution to help those in need. We took what we were already manufacturing and quickly pivoted to create a viable solution to assist hospitals, urgent care centers, and even those at home sharing space with others,” said Doron Polus, Founder of The Sliding Door Company. “These Wellness Glass Walls are a long-term solution beyond the current global pandemic we are facing. The walls can be installed in any care center to protect those coming in with an injury or a routine check-up and protects them from contracting germs carried by those with contagious illnesses.”

The modular system offers total flexibility in design, does not require any permitting and protects both patients and staff from cross-contamination. Each Wellness Glass Wall system is made of tightly-placed glass panels impermeable to disease transmission, are easy to clean and disinfect between patients, offer touch-free sliding doors to prevent contamination, and are available in a variety of ​glass opacities for privacy.

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