Protec’s Temporary Carpet Protection film is a versatile and extremely effective low-tack self-adhesive carpet protection film, which can be used to protect your carpet from all kinds of damage, including dust and debris from refurbishment, drinks spillages and heavy foot traffic during refurbishment work or at parties.
This lightweight temporary carpet protection comes in four sizes:
- Standard (600mm x 100m)
- Standard (600mm x 25m)
- Wide (800mm x 100m)
- Extra Wide (1200mm x 100m)
The ever increasing dominance and expansion of Chinese commerce throughout the world is rarely out of the press in recent years with Chinese exports and funding integrating into everyday life in the UK and abroad. With this in mind it is unusual to encounter companies sourcing products from abroad to use in China but it is one such company that has chosen to procure Protec’s TK100 floor protection product to export over to China for a job they have won in Hong Kong.
The doors and doorways on construction sites may be considered to be one of the most at risk areas of damage on a construction site after the floors. Doorways and doors are potentially at risk from site traffic passing in and out of them all day for the duration of a project and it is for this reason that Protec have developed and can supply a combination of protection products to firstly raise awareness and secondly cushion any impact that may be encountered.
The recent high winds and storms that have affected almost every corner of the UK has brought to light the issues that face many construction sites when the weather takes a turn for the worse. High winds, in addition to the potential structural damage they can cause, can be particularly problematical with most temporary protection materials in that the usually light protection if not secured properly is likely to be blown around site and thus failing to protect the areas that it is intended to.
When knocking down a temporary stud wall in the home, use ZipWall to ensure dust and debris do not spread beyond the immediate work area.
Such problems can occur when knocking through something like plaster board or brick, which is going to be dusty. To stop the spread throughout the house the ‘Zippole’ Kit can be used to screen off any doorways.
Unlike conventional debris netting, Scaffnet FR conforms to the requirements of the Joint Code of Practice and passes the BS 7955 standard.
Manufactured from flame retardant high density polyethylene, Scaffnet is up to four times stronger than traditional debris netting.
Scratch this one up to the more unusual uses of our Green Debris Netting, it has been used to round up eels in a river!
Traditionally used to stop debris from falling from scaffolding on buildings, we’re always delighted with how many different uses our customers find for it!
Find out more about Debris Netting.
The main feature of our ZipWall product is the ability to corden-off any particular area to avoid contamination by dust, debris, or in this instance, paint.
We recently supplied ZipWall screens to spray painting contractors who were refurbishing 150 Vision Express shop fronts across the country.
ZipWall was ideal as respraying has to take place overnight in a fully-working shopping centre. The ZipWall screens are easy to install and take down once completed, and ensure you’re not left with a messy clean-up job afterwards.
Find out more about our ZipWall Temporary Screening products.
This organic garden is using our specialist fire-proof scaffolding debris netting (we call it Scaffnet) for an alternative – and very unique – purpose.
All gardners growing organic foods know of the pests in the garden: birds, aphids, carrot flies, cabbage flies, snails, etc. Our scaffnet, however, provides a great shield for the plants away from these pesky plant predators.
You can use our TPS Polythene sheeting to shield the plants from bad weather and 1000 gauge black polythene for weed control.
What unusual uses do you have for scaffolding nets? Let us know below!