A dust screen is a great way to protect a designated area from rubbish, dust and other unwanted things from entering your site. A dust screen can be made up out of a variety of material types such as a standard and premium grade shade cloth, pvc banner mesh and polyester mesh. With in these material types there is also a two different printing options to personalise the dust screen to suit your needs. We also offer a block print and full print in regards to printing on the material you wish to use for your dust screen.
The great thing about the all of our materials we offer is that the are all really easy to use and handle, our 50 metre roll lengths make handling product very simple.
To install your dust screen you simply need to secure the material using the eyelets at the top and bottom of the material. Our shade cloth comes with button hole eyelets top and bottom, the pvc banner mesh and polyester mesh come with stainless steel eyelets To attached your dust screen to the structure that you desire, you can simple use ties, through the eyelet hole.
A dust screen can be handy in a number of different circumstances, albeit twenty floors high or around some temporary fences.
Scaffolding on a construction site can easily look tired and outdated however, if you want to make it more visually appealing a printed dust screen is the way to go. Regardless how high your scaffolding may go, either one of our fabric options will suit your needs
A temporary fence is a great way to create a barrier from people entering your work site, you can also use these fences as a dust screen. Temporary fencing gets moved around frequently, a dust screen can easily be moved with the temporary fence.
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