Insulated Warehouse Divider Curtains

Insulated Warehouse Divider Curtains

INSULATED INDUSTRIAL DIVIDER PARTITION CURTAINS

Industrial Grade Insulated Curtains walls are an adaptive and effective solution to space management within many different temperature sensitive environments. This responsive partition system lets floor managers, shift workers, and other employees respond to changing workflow demands without compromising the integrity of stored items or applicable operation standards. Warm and cool spaces can be easily created with the help of insulated divider curtains, thereby allowing the space to be used more efficiently. Energy costs can also be reduced through this forward-thinking approach to temperature management. These Insulated Divider Curtain Wall systems are used in many different settings, including warehouses, storage facilities, loading docks, food processing areas, cooler and freezer areas, and others.

Insulated divider curtain walls are designed with overlapping panels to ensure temperature stability and reduce air current cross-flow. Heavy duty 18 ounce coated vinyl fabric will hold up to many years of use while delivering consistent performance. This material makes it possible to create temperature zones for air conditioning to ambient, cooler to ambient, cooler to cooler, freezer to freezer, or any other combination of zones required for your operations. These curtains are easy to clean and repair as well as being affordable to install and maintain. Insulated Divider Curtain Walls can be hung from a roof rack or ceiling joists or suspended from a roller track. Moving insulated curtains into place takes only minutes, so redesigning any space can be accomplished whenever you need. 

Industrial Temperature Control Partition Curtains

Our insulated industrial curtain walls are the best solution for creating thermal barriers in your industrial space. R-values range from R1 – R15. These curtain walls are both versatile and cost-effective, making them our best option for those on a budget. They are most frequently used to create different temperature zones in food processing facilities, production plants, distribution centers, warehouses, and refrigerated spaces.