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Why the best use Flexiwall


Above: Allied Glass


Since launching nearly 40 years ago, Flexiwall remains the market leader for industrial fabric partition walling; delivered using quick non disruptive installation methods, Flexiwall ensures minimum disruption to ongoing operations


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nce installed, this permanent partition can be easily reconfigured,


relocated or even removed without lasting damage to the building, it’s no wonder that for these reasons, and in these uncertain times, Flexiwall has become the standout solution for businesses looking to segregate space. During the past three years Flexiwall


has been used and installed at over 200 leading companies and on over 250 projects across the UK and Europe; here’s a snapshot of just some of those project.


TEMPERATURE CONTROL Allied Glass created a temperature- controlled environment, which would be suitable for the necessary curing involved in their production processes. The partition was also required to act as a fire break between production and storage within their factory.


ODOUR AND TAINTING CONTROL Great Bear needed to segregate two storage areas; one which would store chocolate and the other soup liquids and powders. In order to manage temperatures but also prevent tainting between products Flexiwall was used.


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DUST PREVENTION Halcion Express segregated a new loading bay using Flexiwall; firstly controlling dust ingress to the warehouse and secondly to control the overall temperature of the segregated space.


SEGREGATE STORAGE FROM PRODUCTION FOR BRC Lightweight Containers needed to segregate two areas, one for production and the other for storage, helping them achieve a required BRC accreditation.


ENCLOSE EXISTING CANOPY STRUCTURES Coveris wanted to create a protected area for finished goods that were being stored ready for dispatch. An existing exterior canopy was already in place, but in order to utilise this space better, a surrounding external Flexiwall was installed. Reduce heat loss and reduce energy consumption Marshalls produces a large range of value added paving products, and part of the process requires the use of natural gas to cure products. Marshalls calculated the site used over 5 million kWh of natural gas for heating and wanted to reduce


this. Flexiwall provided a partition between production and curing areas to reduce heat loss.


ENCLOSE MEZZANINE FLOORS Allport Cargo Services had just gained a brand new contract for the storage of high-quality goods, which they were looking to store on an available mezzanine floor. Flexiwall was used to create an enclosure on the existing mezzanine.


CREATING A PERMANENT PARTITION It’s fair to say that this revolutionary method can sometimes be seen as a less permanent solution (when compared to alternatives such as masonry or stud), however, the wall installed over two decades ago at Egbert Taylor Group’s facility is still in place and working well. Flexiwall can be designed to fit any size


Westgate UK www.westgateuk. co.uk/flexiwall T: +44 (0) 1785 242 181


Below: Coveris


and shape of building and will easily install around your existing infrastructure, so why not contact Westgate today to discuss your segregation requirements and request a free site visit and custom design.


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