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Dust Containment Systems & Materials

Nobody like a dusty job site - but sometimes you need something more than a fan and an open door to clear the air. Our industrial dust containment products are designed for a variety of projects to make sure you meet all local and federal environmental requirements. Whether you're kicking up a lot of dust on the job or the air just needs to be as pure as possible, Spycor Environmental can help. We have dust containment systems from Mintie Technologies, ZipWall, HepaCart and other top manufacturers that will help everyone breathe easier.



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Dust Enclosures for Construction

If you're constructing a new building, remodeling a kitchen or working with asbestos, there'll be a lot of dust left over. Our team has selected an assortment of dust containment units for construction workers and general contractors so this doesn't affect surrounding areas. We offer dust barrier doors with either magnetic or zippered closing methods. You'll find flame-retardant poly sheeting to hang in front of walls and panels along with poles and hangers to hold them up. Our mobile dust containment systems are perfect for contractors who are always moving from site to site. Vent shields and self-adhesive tape are other ways to easily contain dust that are also easy to remove.

Health Care Dust Barriers

Many hospital locations such as surgery rooms, anterooms and isolation chambers absolutely must be dust-free. Our ICRA dust containment packages meet all federal requirements and also include a negative air machine to circulate pure air. Anteroom containment systems and air purifiers are a must for when you need to quarantine patients. If you only have a temporary need, a dust containment system rental will help you save money. We take care of the maintenance, too! Select a category below to see more of what we have to offer or click on a brand page if you already know what you need to help keep the dust away.