ZipWall® Barriers Separate Treatment Bays in Dental Clinic – Many dental practices are designed with an open bay layout. During COVID, many are using ZipWall plastic barriers to partition treatment areas or convert them into separate “rooms”. Photo at Jason Sperati, DDS, Pediatric Dentistry of Matthews, NC


ZipWall® Barriers Partition Client Chairs in Hair Salon – To keep clients socially distanced, hair salons and barber shops are using ZipWall barriers as sneeze guards between workstations. In this example, ZipWall® poles are creating partial walls between workstations. Photo at Wendyo Salon, Acton, MA.


ZipWall® Barrier Protects a Checkout Counter – An open retail counter is a common issue for retail stores during COVID. To protect customers and employees, ZipWall barriers with a zipper or magnetic entry provide an easy social distancing solution that keeps merchandise visible and accessible. Photo at a golf shop in Pleasant View, UT


Control the Flow of People and Prevent Crowding –Schools are making ZipWall® barriers part of their social distancing plan. This installation is helping a Boston area school control the flow of students, faculty and staff in open areas where they tend to congregate, like the reception desk or administrative offices. Photo at the Carroll Sdhool, Lincoln, MA


Isolation Room for Emergency Dental Care – The CDC Guidance for Dental Settings recommends clinics set up an isolation room for emergency dental care where aerosol-generating procedures are to be performed. This dental office is using ZipWall® containment booth for this purpose. Photo at Jason Sperati, DDS, Pediatric Dentistry of Matthews, NC.


ZipWall® Helps Dental Offices Stay Open during COVID – The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends placing physical barriers to facilitate distancing in the waiting area and around the front desk. Open floor plans also require partitioning treatment areas like this one. Photo at Jason Sperati, DDS, Pediatric Dentistry of Matthews, NC.


ZipDoor® Seals off a bedroom – The easiest way to temporarily seal off a room in a home, clinic, or commercial space is by using the ZipDoor kit. This plastic door cover has built-in zippers for easy access and comes with special double-sided tape that attaches it to the doorframe without causing damage.


ZipWall® Barrier used to Separate Workstations – Physical barriers are a key element for business reopening. Hair salons and barber shops are using ZipWall barriers to protect clients by partitioning workstations and closing off treatment areas. Photo at Wendyo Salon, Acton, MA.


ZipWall® Barriers Help Schools Implement Social Distancing – This installation is using a plastic barrier and a ZipWall self-closing magnetic door to control the flow of people around the administrative offices in a Boston area middle school. Photo at the Carroll School, Lincoln, MA