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Achieve Temperature Separation with Zoneworks TZ Insulated Curtain Walls


1/7/2015

 

Zoneworks recently introduced the TZ Series of Insulated Curtain Walls, a highly flexible and adaptable system that allows users to quickly and easily partition large interior spaces where temperature and energy savings are essential.

Zoneworks' TZ insulated curtain walls eliminate the need to construct rigid, permanent insulated walls, producing significant savings in time and money.

Constructed of durable, fire-retardant industrial fabric surrounding multiple layers of anti-microbial polyester batting, TZ insulated curtain walls can deliver 40°F (22°C) or more of temperature separation.

In addition to helping save energy and lower construction costs, the flexible modular wall systems can also be reconfigured to adapt virtually any interior space to an operation's changing needs. Because they have a smaller footprint than permanent walls, the TZ system also saves valuable floor and rack space in temperature-controlled warehouses and cooler/freezers.

Easy to install and maintain, custom-designed Zoneworks' insulated curtain walls can be mounted to existing ceiling structure, or designed with a custom framework. Three- or four-sided structures can also be created.

Zoneworks industry specialists provide on-site design consultation and complete drawings, as well as turnkey project support, including installation coordination.

Zoneworks is an industry leader in custom-designed fabric curtain wall systems for all types of space separation and environmental containment needs in industrial and commercial facilities. All Zoneworks products are designed and manufactured in the United States and meet one or more of these standards: NFPA-701, ASTM-E-84, FMVSS 302 and CFM.

For more information, visit www.zoneworks.com.

 


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