3 Reasons To Use A Containment Wrap When Renovating Industrial Ceilings

18 March 2022
 Categories: Industrial & Manufacturing, Blog


Industrial buildings need renovations from time to time. If your industrial ceiling is in need of some upgrades, it's important that you factor dust and debris containment into your renovation plans.

The renovation process can create a lot of dust and debris that could collect on your industrial equipment and interfere with the productivity of your facility over time. A containment wrap can be used to help control dust and debris while your industrial renovation project is in progress.

1. Containment Wraps are Custom-Fitted 

The interior dimensions and architecture of all industrial buildings are unique. This can make it challenging to find a one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to containing the dust and debris that will be generated during a ceiling renovation.

Containment wraps are designed to be custom-fitted to your industrial space.

An experienced wrap specialist will work with you to carefully measure and map your industrial ceiling. These measurements will prevent you from ordering too much wrap material and ensure that the installation process goes as smoothly as possible.

2. Containment Wraps are Safe

Safety is a major concern in any industrial space. Your building is probably outfitted with an overhead sprinkler system that will begin spraying when a fire is detected. Many types of ceiling containment systems can prevent the water from these sprinklers from being distributed properly.

A containment wrap is designed to maintain the safety and function of fire sprinklers. The wrap will be installed below the sprinkler heads, with special opening mechanisms in place to allow for maximum water distribution in the event of a fire.

Since an industrial ceiling renovation can take several weeks to complete, you will be able to rest assured knowing that your assets are protected when you have a containment wrap protecting against dust and debris.

3. Containment Wraps Aren't Invasive

Many industrial facilities are able to continue with normal daily operations while a ceiling renovation is underway. The type of containment system that is used can have a direct impact on your ability to work efficiently.

Containment wraps are installed using a series of specialized joists. This means that no columns or bases are required to support the containment wrap.

You don't have to worry about making room in your work area to accommodate the framework or support system of a containment wrap. Dust and debris can be kept at bay without invading your workspace when you use a containment wrap during any ceiling renovation.

To find out more, contact a company like Rapid Installation Group