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Industrial Curtain Tracks

Curtain roller track systems to choose from You are not alone with this decision – we can help!

Our experienced sales team knows the pertinent points to cover to ensure a safe and efficient installation of the industrial track and trolly hardware.

Threaded Rod Mount Options

Which industrial curtain track

fits your needs depends on your existing ceiling structure. The track must be supported every five to six feet in order to avoid deflection. Most industrial ceilings have I-beams or trusses which are excellent anchoring points to support the track. Click the below links or videos for guidance on selecting the perfect mounting system by you. For our Stainless Steel Food Grade Track System(Clean Glide) please click here (will get you to the Food Grade Track page)

Click the below links or videos for guidance on selecting the perfect heavy duty curtain track system for you. For our Stainless Steel Food Grade Track System(Clean Glide) please click here.

Threaded Rod Mount
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Beam Flange Mount
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Ceiling Mount
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Wall Mount
Wall Mount Connector
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Chain or Beam Mount
Beam Chain Mount
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Free Standing Floor Mount
Floor Column Free Standing
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Watch Explainer Videos: Industrial Curtain Mount System Types

These featured videos provide an overview of the features and function of the various curtain roller track systems

Threaded Rod Mount
Beam Flange Mount
Ceiling Mount
Wall Mount
Chain or Beam Mount
Free Standing Floor Mount​

The industrial curtain tracks allow the curtains to be moved out of the way. Either to one side or the curtain can split in the middle and can be retracted to either side.

The curtain roller track systems support all our curtain types. Even heavy insulated and acoustic curtains. The standard industrial curtain tracks are 16 gauge galvanized steel and also available in 12 gauge and stainless steel.


Industries that are using our Curtain Track Systems include (but not limited to):

Common Applications:

  • Warehouse Curtain Track Systems to create work zones.
  • Auto Body Shops Track Systems to enclose paint areas and for fumes and overspray.
  • Aviation Track Systems to hang extremely high, durable retractable divider.
  • Truck back and side door Curtain Track Systems.
  • Pharmaceutical Track Systems to create clean areas.
  • Public Facility Track Systems for social distancing.
  • Farm and Agricultural Track Systems to control temperature.
  • Sandblasting facility Track Systems to enclose noise.

Not all curtains need to be retractable. Some curtains need to be stationary, so a track system with roller hooks is not always needed.

Please click here for a visual aid on what hardware can be used to hang our stationary curtains.

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Where Do I Start?

Before you call us, feel free to prepare yourself for the following questions:

What is your application so we can find out if you need:

a Single Layer Industrial Curtain,
an Insulated Curtain or
an Acoustic Curtain

Do you want your Curtain to be Retractable or Stationary?
What is the shape of your industrial roller track system?

Straight Run(s)L-Shape
U-Shape
a 4-Sided Enclosure
something else.

What are the heights and width of each curtain section?
Do you have a sprinkler System?

In some cases, the designated industrial curtain area may have a sprinkler system that
that is within the vicinity of the industrial curtain wall system. It is usually required that
the warehouse curtains are suspended a certain distance below the sprinklers or exactly
between two sprinkler heads, allowing the industrial roller track system to function successfully in the
event of a fire. In order to get further details on building ordinances and fire codes,
please contact your local fire marshal authorities to see what fire codes you are required to
follow.

On which curtain runs does your ceiling structure have a slope?

We would need the lowest and highest distances from floor to where you mount the industrial roller roller track, which is most likely the bottom of your I-Beam or Truss.

Are there any obstructions your curtain has to be hang below?

Most buildings have ducting, pipes or other obstructions to work around.
There are two ways to work with the obstructions:
You suspend the industrial curtain track hardware below the lowest obstruction
Or
You stop a curtain section before an obstruction and continue on the other
side of the obstruction with a new curtain section. If the obstruction
is a small diameter pipe you can connect the two curtain sections above and
below the pipe.
If you have a bigger obstruction, such as an air duct, we would make a cut out on each of the curtains
to allow the ducting to go through the curtain.
Onto what kind of ceiling structure are you planning on hanging (supporting) the industrial curtain roller track from.