Question 1: How much do fabric curtain walls cost?
The price per square meter for the Ulti Industrial Curtain Walls vary due to the many different types of curtain we can offer. It's best to get in touch with us to ensure that we evaluate your needs and get the right sort of fabric - acoustic, food grade, wash down, thermal - for your facility. The simplicity of the product saves money as installation is done through Ulti and a sub-contractor is not required. This results in a roughly 40-60% savings over traditional construction costs on sizeable in-built wall systems.
Question 2: What level of temperature separation can I achieve using curtain walls?
Curtain walls can be used to divide cooler/freezer space, keep employees warm or cool in specified plant areas where treated air is needed, and protect temperature-sensitive items or processes. Insulated curtain walls can provide up to 22°C temperature separation between areas.
Question 3: Are Ulti Industrial Curtain Walls an “off-the-shelf” product?
No. Every curtain wall is custom built for each project and designed by our professional technicians. This allows the curtains to be configured in virtually any size, shape or dimension – making them rich in potential applications.
Question 4: Can you add doors to curtain walls?
Yes, we can incorporate any type of door (PVC strip doors, high-speed doors, sectional/rolling steel doors, steel man-doors, etc.) with the addition of steel framing into the fabric.
Question 5: Do curtain walls attach to the floor?
They can but we don’t recommend it unless there is a heavy negative or positive pressure situation or if it is required for certification. Our sweeps at the bottom of the panels seal against the floor and match any voids or elevation changes in the floor slab. In the event the curtain needs to be anchored to the floor, steel angles can be positioned on the floor and the curtain secured to the steel angle.
Get in touch with us now to discuss Industrial Curtains with an Ulti Group representative.
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