SCL Series

Easily Change the Interior Space of Virtually any Industrial or Commercial Facility With the Zoneworks™ Highly Flexible & Adaptable SCL Series of Sliding Curtains

Milwaukee, Wis. – Zoneworks™ introduces the SCL Series of sliding curtain walls, a highly flexible and adaptable fabric wall system that makes it easy to change the interior space of virtually any industrial or commercial facility – while at the same time – eliminating the need for costly and time-consuming projects involving permanent walls, or rigid panelized systems.

Versatile Zoneworks’ SCL curtain walls allow users to quickly and easily create new environmental zones and/or alter existing space to better meet the needs of the operation and/or building occupants. The flexible fabric walls are ideal for virtually any application where permanent load-bearing walls are not needed, or cost-prohibitive. Customized to match the unique requirements of each installation, SCL curtain walls save energy, optimize the use of functional areas, control dust or fumes, ensure privacy, and improve aesthetics.

The SCL curtain suspends easily from ceiling joists or roof decks. The curtain is constructed of a durable Vinyl®, fire-retardant fabric that meets NFPA-701 standards. A weighted bottom firmly holds the curtain in position at floor level. The system slides effortlessly via a galvanized track and hanger configuration that incorporates the use of two-wheel trolleys. The SCL curtain is also available as a stationary system.

Custom engineering ensures a proper fit around corners and obstructions. Zoneworks industry specialists also provide on-site design consultation and complete drawings, as
well as turnkey project support, including installation coordination.

All Zoneworks products are designed and manufactured in the United States and meet NFPA-701 flame resistance standards. For more information, please call 1-800-553-4834, or visit www.zoneworks.com.

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