Containment Shrink Wrapping For Interior Temp Walls

Temporary Interior Walls

Unlike exterior walls, interior walls are often exposed to differing amounts of air pressure when people exit and enter the site, thus requiring tight shrink wrapping solutions

Temporary Interior Door

ZAP Shrink Wrap’s team are experts at creating tightly sealed interior walls, thus creating a visually pleasing appearance for high profile or long term projects

Person Wrapping a Boat

Our safety record says it all: since ’02 we’ve had zero OSHA recordables and a less than 1 EMR rating

Shrink wrap is becoming am increasingly popular choice when it comes to constructing interior temporary walls. Shrink wrap’s ability to conform to any size and shape has proven to be a fast, reliable, and cost effective alternative to lumber and dry wall. Whether the project asks to keep the elements from getting in or to keep the interior from getting out, ZAP’s systems have demonstrated the ability to be successful in any environment.

We Offer

  • Fully documented/tried-and-true application techniques
  • Fully outfitted trucks and trailers with state of the art installation equipment on standby for rapid response
  • Certified card holders to operate lift equipment including Boom and Scissor Lifts

Safety

  • All ZAP Shrink Wrap employees are OSHA 10 certified
  • Every project starts with a Full Fall Hazard Analysis Plan (FHA), Job Hazard Analysis Plan (JHA), and Standard Operation Procedure Plan (SOP) along with installation drawings
  • Our service quality stands out with our load support system to provide unrivaled reliability & strength on large installations

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What thickness shrink wrap should I use for my project?

The details of the job will determine what thickness shrink wrap is best. Shrink wraps range from 6 to 12 mil thickness, with 6 being the thinnest/lightest and 12 the thickest/most durable.

If your item needs to be wrapped for storage but not transport, 6 mil is recommended. 7-9 mil is a better bet for larger containments and transportation needs, because that shrink wrap is a bit more durable than its thinner counterpart. 10 mil shrink wrap is best suited for larger areas that need to be covered, like scaffolding or yachts. The thickest, 12 mil wraps are usually reserved for construction or transport jobs that are sure to be exposed to intense elements.

Interested in learning more about what thickness is best for your job? Read our blog post Choosing a Thickness for more details and insights into our shrink wrap.

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