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ZipWall Introduces ZipFast, the Only Reusable Dust Barrier Panel System


Arlington, Mass. — March 26, 2015 — ZipWall has just introduced ZipFast Reusable Barrier Panels for use with its spring-loaded poles and accessories.

Machine-washable ZipFast panels are made of tough opaque nylon and feature sewn-in, heavy-duty zippers. Unlike plastic, ZipFast panels require no measuring or cutting, so they quickly and easily zip together, allowing the construction of a dust barrier up to 12 feet high and as wide as needed. Serving as a green alternative to disposable plastic sheeting, they save money, too, paying for themselves in fewer than seven uses. And unlike plastic, ZipFast panels provide privacy on the job while hiding messy areas.

ZipFast panels come in Multi-Packs which include three 5-foot-wide wide panels, one 2.5-foot panel that can serve as an entryway, and a carry bag. Panels also come in single packs. A Class A flame retardant version is available. The non-flame-retardant panels have a 10-year limited warranty.

Jeff Whittemore, ZipWall president, said, “Our customers have been looking for an alternative to plastic and now we are able to provide them with this professional-looking solution. ZipFast panels save time and money and you always have what you need when you get to the job site. There’s no need to buy plastic sheeting ever again.”

The ZipWall system is specifically designed to let one person erect a dust barrier in minutes with no tape, no ladders, and no damage. The spring-loaded, twist-locking poles are remarkably easy to use. The clever head and plate design makes attaching the panels to the top of the poles a snap.

A ZipWall dust barrier saves time and money because it goes up quickly and drastically reduces the post-job cleanup effort. And, by providing a positive customer experience it can lead to more referrals.

About ZipWall: The company manufactures and sells ZipWall Barrier System Products designed specifically to aid dust containment in construction, restoration, remediation, abatement, painting, and other messy job sites. For more information, visit www.zipwall.com.


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