Save Money By Using Insulated Industrial Curtains

If you work in a warehouse or factory that experiences variable temperatures due to the weather or the nature of the work being performed within, using

insulated curtains

could prove beneficial for your business, both in regards to comfort as well as your climate-control costs. There are several types of insulated curtains, however, so it’s important to assess your business’ individual needs before installing industrial curtains.

How Can Insulated Curtains Save Money?

Insulated curtain walls or panel systems help prevent condensation from humidity buildup, which can prevent the growth of mold—if condensation is prevented, bacteria won’t have a chance to grow in it. Furthermore, insulated dividers are great for controlling temperature variances for cold storage areas, such as warehouse separation, food processing plants, and loading docks—the industrial curtains provide a barrier for the two temperatures to stay separate, which will help your business save money on cooling. Energy costs can be reduced by isolating separate workspaces, and in just a short time, those energy cost savings will more than make up for the investment of the curtains. Not only can these panels separate temperature zones within a large space, but they can also create a barrier between the interior atmosphere and outside elements.

Benefits of Installing Curtain Panels

In addition to saving your business money on energy costs, insulated curtain walls can provide limited noise control as well. This is ideal for situations where processing machinery that requires a certain temperature is loud and is not required to be out in the open (for ventilation, for example). Insulated curtains can also be installed as permanent fixtures or temporary, retractable ones, depending on where they will be used. They are available in light insulation (softwall, 1” thick), medium insulation (softwall in 2” and 3” thickness, rigid wall in 4” thickness) , and heavy insulation (rigid wall in 2.5”, 3.5”, and 4.5” thickness), so you’ll have no trouble finding the right insulated curtain for your needs.

Some great locations for insulated curtains include:

  • Warehouses
  • Food processing plants
  • Walk-in coolers and freezers
  • Cold storage freezers

If you have questions about temperature-control curtains systems or noise-reducing insulated panels and whether they might be beneficial for your workspace, feel free to contact AmCraft anytime. We can help you decide what types of industrial curtains are right for your needs.

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