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February is American Heart Month

February 1, 2016

Poor diet, lack of exercise and other major risk factors for heart disease and stroke are responsible for at least 25 percent of companies’ healthcare costs. Is it any wonder that investing in the health of employees is one of the best... Read more about February is American Heart Month

Take care of your equipment and it will take care of you! #130

January 18, 2016

As easy as it is today, cleaning the floors were as difficult and time consuming years ago. There are in today’s market, equipment that make sweeping and/or scrubbing that surface very quick indeed. Take the Advance Captor as a very good... Read more about Take care of your equipment and it will take care of you! #130

Are you treating your customers like dogs?

December 15, 2015

Having recently been introduced to a shameful statistic, I thought it timely to give you my opinion on this subject. See if you can swallow this dose of reality: When interviewed, travel agents believe they retain 78% of their paying customers.... Read more about Are you treating your customers like dogs?



Zoneworks’ SCL Curtain Walls Contain Dust, Help Improve Air Quality

Zoneworks® SCL Curtain Walls by Rite-Hite make up a highly flexible and adaptable fabric wall system that makes it easy to contain dust, smoke, or fumes, while improving air quality by dividing the interior space of industrial facilities.

Versatile SCL non-insulated curtain walls allow users to quickly and easily create new environmental zones to better meet the needs of the operation without the need for costly and time-consuming projects involving permanent walls or rigid panelized systems. SCL curtain walls act as a very effective physical barrier, blocking the transfer of dust particles, smoke and fumes from space to space. By reducing the volume of the space to be exhausted with curtain walls, smaller fans can be used, with less total air movement being required. In turn, lower air velocity through filter media increases the effective particle separation of the device and reduces the frequency required for filter change out or cleaning.

The SCL curtain suspends easily from ceiling joists or roof decks. The curtain is constructed of a durable Vinyl®, fire-retardant fabric that meets NFPA-701 standards. The SCL curtain is available as a stationary wall or sliding system, which moves effortlessly via a galvanized track and hanger configuration that incorporates the use of two-wheel trolleys. Additionally, these flexible fabric walls are ideal for virtually any application where permanent load-bearing walls are not needed, or are cost-prohibitive.

Custom engineering of all Zoneworks wall systems ensures a proper fit around corners and obstructions. Rite-Hite industry specialists provide on-site design consultation and complete drawings, as well as turnkey project support, including installation coordination.

With its Zoneworks line of soft walls, Rite-Hite provides industry leadership in custom-designed fabric curtain wall systems for all types of space separation and environmental containment needs in industrial and commercial facilities. All Zoneworks products are designed and manufactured in the United States and meet one or more of these standards: NFPA-701, ASTM-E-84, FMVSS 302 and CFM. For more information, please call 1-800-553-4834, or visit www.zoneworks.com.

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