ZipWall, worldwide specialist in dust barriers, is expanding its distribution of the ZipWall® Dust Barrier System in the UK market in light of an increased demand.
With the capability to be installed in mere minutes, the system offers professional contractors and tradesmen a comprehensive dust protection solution which, vitally, has no need for ladders or tape.
The ZipWall® Dust Barrier System offers a substantial range of robust dust protection solutions, specifically designed to efficiently section off areas onsite.
Ideal for contractors on a redevelopment project to painters and decorators finishing a refurbishment, the ZipWall® Dust Barrier System is easy to install and can be reused from site to site.
The adaptable system is perfect for most refurbishment and restoration projects, as well as providing a supreme solution for cleaning tasks such as damp and mould removal.
The ZipWall® system works by a spring-loaded pole which secures a dust barrier in place, taking only seconds to erect.
Additional products work together with these poles to form a wide range of dust protection solutions; tightly sealing a barrier along the perimeter, quickly creating entries, sealing off existing doors, to name only some.
One of the latest additions to the ZipWall® system was showcased at The National Association of Home Builders 2018 International Builders’ Show.
The ZipWall® Magnetic Door was shortlisted in the Most Innovative Building Product category, heralded as a game-changer within the industry.
The ZipWall® Magnetic Door recognises the integrity of the dust seal whilst providing convenient hands-free access to the site.
Its durability guarantees the product can be reused from project to project, even those that experience high levels of traffic.
Jeff Whittemore, president and founder of ZipWall, said the company was ‘excited’ to make the ‘groundbreaking’ system more widely available in the UK.
“By developing new products such as the ZipWall® Magnetic Door, we can continue our commitment to providing professionals with a complete solution to just about any dust protection scenario,” he said.
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