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For many projects that produce residue, dust and debris, site containment is not just a benefit – it is an absolute necessity. From painting and blasting bridges over rivers to works being carried out next to a public or live site, a breach to encapsulation can have far reaching consequences.

Environmental pollution and harm to the public would not only result in costly clean up and fines, it could potentially be extremely damaging to a contractor or sub-contractor’s reputation and ability to win similar work again in the future.

Working with Tufcoat, either through the purchasing of our shrink wrap film or using one of our experienced installation teams, can help ensure a scaffold or structure is fully encapsulated, easing fears and worries regarding containment.

Unlike traditional sheeting, which can be designed to detach in high winds (breaking containment), the continuous and drum-tight wrap around a scaffold or framework ensures that a site and the area around will be fully protected throughout the duration of works.

To ensure total encapsulation on site, our installation teams often perform a process called ‘final seal’ on projects, meaning no space is left between scaffolding ledgers and ceiling or floors.
Protecting the outside environment from sites is not the only need for encapsulating a work space. Tufcoat has experience with working with customers to provide a contained and controlled environment to maintain humidity and temperatures, helping works such as repainting and cladding.

From marine painting to bridge blasting, scaffolding protection, internal partitions and more, here at Tufcoat we are confident we can work closely with any project to help over-come site containment issues and worries.