Using a divider curtain walls you can keep your operations separate and that will increase the safety, efficiency and speed of your operation.
Factory Divider Curtain Walls can divide an entire facility into two sections or multiple zones. They are much less expensive than rigid walls and are a fraction of the cost to implement.
Industrial Shop Curtains come in all sizes and shapes. This one is a single-sided version and relatively small. Larger multi-sided shop curtains are available through and come in many different colors.
In this application, only half of the warehouse was being used so the customer wanted to use the industrial curtain walls to divide the floor space into used and unused zones.
In this application a conveyor moves product into the industrial plastic curtains. The plastic curtains creates an enclosure that controls access and dust created inside.
Another view of the industrial safety curtains. You can see the conveyor moves the product through the plastic strips that are part of the curtains.
Using an industrial temporary wall is a great way to reduce the cost of a fixed rigid wall. It also gives you the ability to take it down quickly when a particular job is completed.
This plastic curtain wall is dividing manufacturing processes in a facility that needed to divide its work areas. It features a clear vision panel to allow a line of sight from one side to the other.
The PVC curtain walls can span only a few feet or several hundred feet as shown here in this picture. You will notice the slope ceiling is compensated for by using various heights of threaded rod drops.
Vinyl safety curtains are being used here to contain the migration of dust and other production particles. Strip curtains also allow quick access into and out of the enclosure.
Using a warehouse separating curtain you can seal off a large portion of your warehouse which is no longer being used or is being used for different tenant or work process.
Here you can see a 12-foot high curtain wall partition. This curtain wall is keeping visitors from viewing a sensitive area of a facility.