9 Benefits Of Industrial Curtain Walls 

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Curtain walls are relatively commonplace and a prominent feature in modern buildings today. So, if you are thinking about installing industrial curtain walls in your workspace, you have most likely already researched the advantages and functions and understood what utility they can add to your space. 

Industrial curtain walls are non-permanent in nature – making them an ideal choice for areas that may change in functionality over time. On top of that, they allow larger spaces to be sectioned off for multiple jobs or departments. 

Besides the most obvious benefits of simply having industrial curtains, the fact that they’re retractable offers its own set of advantages. 

Offers Safety 

Many industries that use curtain walls do work that is either nasty, noisy, or hazardous or a mixture of all three. Retractable curtain walls can provide a level of security that regular walls cannot. Chemicals, oils, and other stuff utilized within the curtain-enclosed space, for instance, can pollute the areas surrounding the curtain-enclosed area, causing problems not only with cleanliness but also with employees’ respiratory systems.

Particles can get into the air and into people’s lungs; however, retractable curtains can prevent even less severe problems with airborne particles, such as contamination of other projects or dirtying of equipment. They also provide the possibility of ventilation if needed, as they can be quickly drawn back.

Privacy For Confidential Projects 

Some of your company’s tasks may demand privacy or secrecy, and if you work on them in the open while having visitors to your office, you run the danger of them being seen, duplicated, or pirated. Retractable industrial curtains provide both safety and privacy in the workspace where you’re working on your project. 

Keep those top-secret operations hidden behind closed doors. The retractable curtains, on the other hand, are ideal for showcasing a project to a group in a presentation-style setting. This gives you the seclusion you need when you need it while still allowing you to present the projects you’ve been working on in a workspace. Show your staff how far your team has progressed to keep them engaged.

Saves Energy Bills 

Retractable curtains can also help you conserve energy and money on your workspace’s heating and cooling needs. For example, instead of spending extra to regulate the temperature of the entire room, retractable curtains can isolate the space and keep it at a different temperature than the rest of the building. You won’t have to keep that space at a different temperature all of the time because of retractability; therefore, you’ll save money on not changing the temperature of an ample space as well as not changing the temperature of a tiny room – a win-win scenario.

Industrial wall curtains are utilized in a variety of industries, but the ability to retract them provides even more advantages than if the curtains were not retractable. For many organizations, the amount of impermanence is excellent, and the added security, privacy, and power efficiency are all bonuses of retractable curtains.

Increases Thermal Efficiency 

When properly glazed and treated, curtain walls can significantly enhance the thermal efficiency of a building. As an extra layer of material across the building, curtain walls can stabilize the temperature within and quite dramatically cut down on the operating charges of the building itself. 

Additional glazing can lessen UV light, which can keep items within the building from fading or degrading soon. 

Enhances Aesthetics 

Many buildings today are expected to have curtain walls, not only because of their various practical benefits but also because of their aesthetic appeal. A curtain wall has a sleek, stylish, and one-of-a-kind look that is today synonymous with modern design. Curtain walls are the only sort of wall that can be seen against the city skyline in many places.

Because of the multiple benefits, curtain walls will be seen in most modern buildings. However, there are a variety of techniques to install a curtain wall, some of which are better, faster, and more cost-effective than others.

Controls Air Particulate 

Dust is produced in a variety of applications, including woodworking, painting, crushed food/spice mixing and packing, ceramic cutting/grinding, powdered chemical processing and packaging, and ceramic cutting/grinding. Aside from making a mess, dust can also pose a threat to one’s health. The byproduct can cause skin irritation as well as acute and/or chronic respiratory difficulties if the area is not adequately ventilated and isolated. Furthermore, certain particulate build-up poses a risk of fire and explosion.

Industrial curtain walls act as a physical barrier and limit the amount of space that needs to be filtered by exhaust fans. This enables businesses to use smaller fans with less total airflow.

Lessens Noise 

Another safety problem that curtain walls will help with is noise reduction. Excessive noise levels can be distracting as well as cause long-term hearing loss, and while good ear protection can help prevent hearing damage, it also hampers workers’ ability to communicate effectively with one another.

Industrial curtain walls that enclose loud machinery or partition off entire sections for sound management, both with the ability to move whenever and wherever needed, are a method for creating a quieter working environment.

Prevents Cross Contamination 

If your business handles food-related processes, there’s also the issue of cross-contamination to consider. Curtain walls keep dust from polluting another area by preventing it from leaving one area and entering another. 

Furthermore, scents have the potential to impact other products with which they come into contact. When these spaces are effectively sealed off, proper ventilation can take place before vapours and odours have an opportunity to infiltrate an area prone to cross-contamination.

Separates Temperature 

The precise temperatures are required for many products and production operations. Without it, items may be damaged, and consumers may be at risk. A single product recall can be disastrous for a business. Insulated curtain walls provide temperature separation of up to 40 degrees F (22 degrees C) from one area to another. They’re suitable for a variety of temperature applications, such as dividing coolers and freezers.

Safety is paramount in every manufacturing plant, warehouse, or industrial site. Industrial curtain walls provide the necessary security while also allowing you to adjust and relocate them as needed.

 If you have any questions or want to learn more about industrial wall curtains, contact TRAX Industrials. 

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