ZipWall 10-Foot Dust Barrier Pole

By Robert Robillard on Dealing With Dust

ZipWall 10-Foot Barrier Pole

Zipwall has an inexpensive option for contractors and remodelers looking to create dust barriers on their projects.    They sell a steel pole at about half the price of the original ZipWall Aluminum Pole.

ZipWall 10-Foot Dust Barrier Pole – ZipPole TM

Named the ZipPoleTM Spring Loaded Pole, this product will be offered in addition to the company’s 12 and 20 foot aluminum spring-loaded poles.
Available as a 2-pack and 4-pole convenience pack with carry bag and adhesive zippers, the ZipPoleTM product was designed for commercial and residential use, as well as the do-it-yourselfer.

It collapses to approximately 4 feet for easy handling and can fit neatly into the trunk of a car.

A month ago I reviews the Zipwall 4 pole dust barrier system and I can tell you that ZipWall is used by builders, remodeling contractors, painters, floor refinishers, maintenance professionals and do-it-yourselfers as an effective method of controlling dust. Before ZipWall, contractors could spend half a day taping, stapling or gluing plastic sheeting to wall and ceilings to construct a dust barrier, often damaging walls or ceilings in the process.

Consider the advantages of the 10 foot ZipPoleTM barrier:

1.  The ZipPoleTM product offers the same patented spring-loaded, twistlocking design as the original, award-winning 12 foot aluminum pole.

2.  The new pole is constructed of steel for strength and durability.

3.  The pole height ranges from 4 feet 2 inches to 10 feet 3 inches.

4.  The ZipPoleTM product weighs 1.5 lbs per pole. – supports up to 80 lbs.

5.  The ZipPoleTM product is used with plastic or cloth sheeting, up to 8 mils thick.

6.  One person can construct a 20 foot long ZipWall dust barrier in less than one minute.

7.  This pole works with ZipWall accessories.

8.  Meets EPA requirements for lead dust containment

9.  Price of the ZipPoleTM 2-pole pack (ZP2) is $79.95 – a 4-pole pack(ZP4) is $169.95.


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