Industrial curtain walls are great for separating spaces. For instance, separating different bays where vehicles are painted can help prevent the mixing of the paint overspray in the air, which can cause flaws in a paint job. Likewise, curtaining off a section of a warehouse or garage can protect the contents of the enclosed area by keeping it away from the operations of the rest of the warehouse or garage. This can not only protect work you’re doing from outside debris, but it can protect the rest of the space from being contaminated or polluted by what’s going on within the enclosure. Separating spaces is also ideal for mapping out different departments within your business or operation—this helps keep projects and processes separate and contained.
Containing Noise and Particles
These curtains are ideal not only for containing particles, but noise as well, which is perfect for jobs that are both noisy and messy—such as work on machinery, vehicles, and other jobs. Depending on the type of curtain and containment you’re looking for, this solution can be exactly what you need. From autobody shop curtains to paint booth curtains, welding curtains and warehouse curtains, and even food grade curtains and industrial barn curtains, there are plenty of options available to suit your needs.
Concealing Unappealing or Sensitive Operations
Aside from containing debris, airborne particles and noise, industrial curtain walls can work to conceal unappealing or even secret/sensitive information and operations. For instance, if you’re working on a project that is large and aesthetically unappealing but you have visitors coming to the warehouse or simply want to hide what you consider to be an eyesore, industrial curtains are great for this purpose. In the same vein, if you need to keep some things covered up due to confidentiality or a project being a work in progress that you’d prefer to keep under wraps until it’s finished, again, industrial curtain walls are a perfect way to do so.