Complete training video for all aspects of the ZipWall dust barrier system.
Topics covered include using the SLP pole, attaching the plastic, sealing along the ceiling, sealing along the walls, and creating an entrance. The ZipWall dust barrier system is used by many contractors to help comply with the EPA RRP Rule.
Remodeling in a health care setting using ZipWall
ZipWall products are used to contain construction remodeling dust at a nursing home in New Hampshire. Dust containment is critical as many of the residents have weakened immune systems and could be harmed by construction dust, aspergillus mold spores, and other contaminants.
In addition, the ZipWall dust barrier system sets up very quickly without the need for ladders, scaffolding, lifts, etc. No tape is required either, so damage to finished surfaces is prevented. Therefore, using the ZipWall system saves set-up labor costs, equipment rental costs, repair and repainting costs, and clean-up costs.
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