ZipWall® Barrier Set Up for an Emergency Room Renovation at a Regional Hospital – The ER patient waiting area remained operational thanks to the ZipWall® barrier which contained the dust and concealed the worksite throughout the renovation.


Setting Up a ZipWall® Barrier is Quick & Easy – This barrier was set up with ZipWall® 12 foot aluminum poles and ZipFast™ reusable barrier panels. To complete the containment, the barrier was tightly sealed along the ceiling, walls and floor using FoamRail™ Spans and SidePack.


Demolition in a Hospital Emergency Room – Containing demolition dust is critical in a medical facility. Infection control (ICRA) inspection must be completed before work can begin. ZipWall® poles and reusable barrier panels are used here to isolate the work area.


Dust Containment in a Hospital Renovation with Dropped Ceilings – The ZipWall® pole patented design secures the containment barrier without lifting the tiles or grid, enabling contractors to comply with dust control regulations set by the hospital, state, and Federal Government.


Renovation in a Hospital Cafeteria – ZipWall® dust barriers are commonly used to contain healthcare remodeling and renovation dust. Negative air is typically maintained inside the containment barrier to ensure airborne dust does not escape the work zone.


ZipWall® Barriers for Renovation Dust Control at a Major Boston Hospital – A series of ZipWall® barriers seal off multiple bays along this corridor in a major Boston hospital during a renovation. Products used include ZipWall® 12 foot aluminum poles and Heavy-Duty zippers.


Quick Renovation in a Hospital Basement – In major cities, hospitals are often set in old buildings that require frequent maintenance and repair. Containment barriers are always a requirement. In this example, a dust control barrier was set up using the versatile ZipWall® 20 foot poles and Heavy-Duty zippers.


Tip for Working with a Multi-Level Ceiling – Set up one ZipWall® pole at the edge of a ceiling level, and an adjacent pole at the start of the next level. First, lock the barrier material onto both poles, spacing them to accommodate the level change. Keep the second pole hanging loose while setting up the first pole, then set up the second pole.


ZipFast™ Reusable Barrier for a Hospital Renovation – When working in a medical care facility, an opaque barrier material like the ZipFast™ reusable barrier has the added benefit of protecting patient privacy.


Temporary ZipWall® Dust Protection Barrier (1) – Commercial contractors often use a ZipWall® barrier during the construction of a semipermanent drywall dust protection wall for a lengthy project. This barrier was set up in preparation for building a patient bridge to the parking garage at a major city hospital.


Temporary ZipWall® Dust Protection Barrier (2) – Another view of the temporary ZipWall® containment barrier set up to protect patients and hospital staff from dust during the construction of a semipermanent dust control wall.


Seal a ZipWall® Containment Barrier in a Snap – The FoamRail™ product family gives healthcare contractors a quick & easy way to seal a barrier without tape. If taping is a requirement, painters masking tape can be used in combination with the FoamRail™, instead of duct tape.