ZipWall® is a dust barrier system used by homeowners, builders, contractors, facility managers, and just about anyone that needs to control construction debris and dust. It's a simple and effective way to control dust, whether on a commercial or residential site, without damage to floors, ceilings, or furnishings. ZipWall® is a great system for homeowners who are undergoing a remodeling project; it creates a containment zone to keep the dust and debris in and out of the rest of your home. Most importantly, it protects occupants from harmful dust and airborne particles.
Hospitals, office buildings, apartments, and airports use the ZipWall® dust containment system to control the dust particles from invading other areas of the business. Contractors across the globe use ZipWall® to not only protect property at the work site, but personnel, too.
Take a look at the video below, which provides an overview of the ZipWall® dust containment system, and the barrier system in use.
Beginning April 22, 2010, lead dust must be contained according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the ZipWall® dust barrier system helps you meet this EPA requirement. Because demolition, sanding, and cutting may create hazardous lead dust by disrupting lead-based paint, it's imperative to contain lead dust. Even the smallest particles of lead dust can poison children and adults alike. To protect people from this serious risk, the EPA issued a requirement of using lead-safe construction practices.
The ZipWall® dust barrier system contains poles made out of sturdy, heavy-duty aluminum, super strong plastic, and a barrier that is virtually airtight. It's lightweight, portable, and easy to assemble. The system is flexible, allowing for a customized fit to various spaces and configurations. Spring-loaded tips ensure the plastic is held tight against both the floor and ceiling. The available zipper doorway provides easy access into and out of the dust barrier area.
An award-winning dust barrier system, ZipWall® has won both the 2007 Builder Award and the 2006 Hanley-Wood Reader's Choice Award.