Each ZipWall 4 Pack Plus kit (4PL) contains four 12’ aluminum
Spring Loaded poles (SLPs) and accessories, 2 Foam Rails, 1 box of
Standard Zippers, and 1 Carry Bag. That makes the 4 Pack Plus a
great dust barrier kit for contractors, maintenance crews and home
owners. The ZipWall system means fast easy installation. A 30 foot
long 11 foot high barrier takes 1 hour to build using conventional
methods. With the ZipWall system, the same dust barrier can be
completed by one person in under 5 minutes. And since no tape or
staples are used, costly repairs to painted surfaces are
The ZipWall Dust Barrier System is patented and has many advantages
over conventional methods. The twist-locking pole lets you raise
the sheeting without a ladder. The non-skid, non-marking material
at the top grabs the ceiling, while the non-skid GripDisk under the
foot keeps the pole locked in position at the floor. Spring Loading
lets you lift the pole to tuck the sheeting underneath for easy
setup. It also maintains constant tension on the barrier, to
compensate for movement at the ceiling or at the floor if the poles
are bumped, or if there is a lot of air movement.
All ZipWall poles are ideal for dropped ceilings. Spring Loading
automatically adjusts the pole height to compensate for any
movement of the grid during setup. Just place the poles so the tops
push against the grid, then follow the grid until you’ve contained
SLP poles extend from 4 feet 7 inches to 12 feet. They are clear
anodized aluminum and weigh just 1.5lbs each. Poles should be
placed every 8' to 10' or closer if there is a lot of air movement.
A GripDisk under each pole secures the pole on smooth flooring like
vinyl or wood. SLP poles can accept any plastic or cloth sheeting
up to 8 mils thick and can support up to 110 lbs.
The included Carry Bag can hold up to 12 poles. For improved
performance, use our Tight-Seal accessories. The 4 Pack Plus gives
you the option of using Foam Rails at the ceiling. Simply replace
the standard head on the pole with a Foam Rail and raise it to
press the plastic sheeting against the ceiling.
Overlap the Foam Rails slightly and you have a continuous
dust-tight seal along the ceiling.