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Dust Barrier Toolkit Seals Impacted Area in Minutes - ZipWall - Facility Management Product Release

Dust Barrier Toolkit Seals Impacted Area in Minutes: ZipWall

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The ZipWall Dust Barrier Toolkit provides managers with everything they need to set up a dust barrier up to 16 feet wide in minutes, and seal it on all four sides.

The ZipWall Dust Barrier Toolkit offers the flexibility to meet practically any dust barrier installation challenge – setting up a plastic dust barrier, setting up a reusable-fabric dust barrier, creating an entry in a plastic barrier, creating a room within a room, covering a door, or sealing a barrier without tape – to name a few.

With the ZipWall Dust Barrier Toolkit, a contractor arrives on site ready to set up the right dust barrier solution for the job. The Toolkit works with all ceiling types, including drop ceilings. Set up is quick and easy, requires no ladders or tape, and leaves no damage.

Each Toolkit includes the following components:

● Five ZipWall 12' spring-loaded poles
● Six FoamRail Span adjustable tapeless seals
● One FoamRail tapeless seal 2-pack
● Four wall mounts
● Five heads and non-skid plates
● Five GripDisk non-slip pads
● Two floor adaptors
● One ZipWall  heavy-duty zipper 2-pack
● One ZipDoor® standard door kit
● Two Edge heads and non-skid plates
● One ZipFast™ reusable barrier panel multi-pack with three 5' x 12' panels, and one 2.5' x 12' panel.

“At the start of every job, a contractor has to determine how to protect their client's property from dust,” says Jeff Whittemore, president of ZipWall. “With the ZipWall Dust Barrier Toolkit, the solution is easy. This kit has whatever a contractor needs to meet practically any dust barrier installation challenge.”


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posted: 11/23/2016