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Industrial Curtain Hardware

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Industrial curtain hardware helps you securely hang our industrial curtains in a wide variety of industrial settings and workplaces. Singer Safety Company’s line of industrial curtain hardware options can be used to mount GlideWall Track & Roller Partitions, Noise Panels or Noise Barriers, or Vinyl Strip Products in nearly any industrial space or configuration. Industrial curtain hardware is durable and easy to install. It is designed to accommodate every application and facility. Our Singer Safety industrial curtain hardware stands up to even the toughest industrial uses.

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Portable Welding Safety Screens

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Singer Safety Company, the industry leader for welding and safety screens, also offers a line of portable welding and safety screens for manufacturing operations. Our portable welding and safety screens require minimal assembly, allow for flexible configurations to meet a welder’s changing needs, come in a variety of colors and materials, and provide protection and safety for both welders and bystanders.

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How Industrial Curtains Control Dust in Your Warehouse

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Warehouse dust control is one of the biggest problems for companies all over the world. A clean warehouse can make everything run more smoothly and it also prevents accidents. The health and safety of each employee is key to running a business, and industrial dust prevention is very important for those workers. Warehouses are known for being dusty and dirty because they are full of heavy boxes or items, and many things are continuously moved in and out. If a warehouse isn’t full of items, it is full of workers completing important tasks. Industrial curtains can help control dust, protect workers, and make your business overall run more smoothly.

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Ways that Industrial Curtains Can Help Prevent Accidents

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Industrial curtains are a very important part of every manufacturing industry. Every industry needs industrial curtains for their workplace for safety measures. Industrial warehouse safety curtains can act as an alternative to fixed walls, and they provide flexibility and are economical for industries that work in manufacturing. If you’re looking to organize and utilize space better in your industrial setting, look no further than Singer Safety’s industrial warehouse safety curtains. In this article, we will explain what industrial curtains are, and how they can help accident prevention in the workplace.

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How to Install Warehouse and Industrial Curtains

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Warehouse curtains are a great addition to facilities for a multitude of reasons. They can pose as barriers and can move in sections of your warehouse to shield dust, chemicals, heat, cold, and other airy irregularities so that your staff and inventory remain unaffected! However, warehouse curtains require a decent amount of work and modification done in order to work in your space as intended. If you’ve ever wondered how to install curtain tracks on the ceiling, you’ve come to the right place. We will show you the steps you need to take in order to install your warehouse and industrial curtains effectively.

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What Are Roll-Up Welding and Safety Screens?

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If you need a flexible, safe operation for your welding, cutting, and brazing operations, you need Singer Safety Company’s portable roll-up welding and safety screens. Our roll-up curtains and screens offer portable and adjustable protection for your hazardous operations on the go. Plus, they allow you to configure them any way you need, in any workspace, in order to complete your welding jobs.

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Singer Safety Company Tri-Fold Welding Screen

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Singer Safety Company offers Tri-Fold Welding & Safety Screens. Our Tri-Fold Welding and Safety Screens provide visible safety warnings and safety barricades around hazardous areas in your facility. There are many hazards of welding work, but our products help protect your welders as well as others working around them. Tri-Folding Welding and Safety screens provide highly visible barricades to enclose dangerous work areas. Our welding and safety barriers come in fluorescent colors for maximum visibility and are resistant to fire, water, oil, mildew, and most acids.

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The Ultimate Guide to Picking the Right Welding Blanket

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Picking the right type of welding safety equipment is the first step towards completing your next project. When you’re looking to do a project that requires a lot of intense welding, you’ll want to invest in the right kind of welding blanket. Welding can be a dangerous profession or hobby if you don’t take your safety seriously. The risks when you’re not cautious and careful can be burns, electrocution, and combustible materials among others. Whether you’re new to welding or a seasoned expert, safety is the first step of each project. You’ll need to evaluate the risks of your endeavor and take preventative safety measures. So, if you’re looking for the type of welding blanket that will be best for you, you’re already on the right track. Read along to find out how you can find the right welding blanket for your project.

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Industrial Safety Checklist for Your Warehouse

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Working in a warehouse can be dangerous at times. Just in 2020 alone, there were 213,100 reported warehouse-related injuries and 8,300 warehouse-related illnesses. In order to create a better work environment, it’s important to follow warehouse safety tips and regulations. However, given the nature of a warehouse environment, this might seem like a daunting task. It’s important to keep employees healthy and working for a warehouse to thrive, which means that the risk of injury must be mitigated. Unfortunately, in the United States, the fatality rate for warehouse workers is above the average for all industries. It’s important to play an active role in making your warehouse safer for workers. So, to begin, you should make a checklist of hazards and potential fixes for them. Read along to learn more about what should be on your checklist.

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Importance of Restaurant Safety Products

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There are several hazards and safety issues associated with restaurants. Singer Safety Company offers a wide range of products to help restaurants run smoothly and safely. Our products for restaurants include noise control products like ceiling baffles and acoustic foams, vinyl strip doors to protect food storage areas, and fire protection equipment in the case of a kitchen blaze breaking out. We provide all the industrial safety products you need for your restaurant. Trust the leader in industrial barrier protection products to keep your restaurant safe. Singer Safety has all the restaurant safety products you need!

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What Are Food Processing Curtains?

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Singer Safety Company knows that food processing operations require flexible and efficient use of space in a sanitary and safe environment. Food safety is critically important. It is crucial to keep food processing plants and facilities as clean as possible. When it comes to food processing, the FDA has a set of rules and standards to which your business needs to adhere for safety reasons. Singer Safety offers USDA-approved food grade and food processing curtains to help you meet food and safety requirements.

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Welding Protection: Why and When Are Welding Curtains Needed?

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Welding is an extremely dangerous occupation due to the risk of injuries from burns and electricity, but Singer Safety Company manufactures welding protection products to make it much safer. Welders are not the only ones at risk, but also anyone in their general vicinity. Welding produces high temperatures, loud noise, and other industrial safety hazards. However, our welding curtains and welding screens are made to protect you during this dangerous endeavor. Learn more about welding protection and why and when welding curtains are needed in this blog post.

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Welding Hazards and Prevention

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Welding is a dangerous occupation. Fires, explosions, exposure to fumes and gasses, and electric shock can also result from welding. Welding is not only hazardous for welders themselves, but for any bystanders in the near vicinity of welding operations. Sparks, heat, and noise from welding operations can travel through your facility and injure someone nearby who is not wearing the correct welding personal protective equipment (PPE). However, if you take precautions against the common welding hazards, it is possible to conduct welding operations safely. The key is to be aware of the hazards that are presented by welding so you can take the proper steps to create a safe welding environment in your workplace or facility.

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Containing Welding Fumes with Welding Curtains

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While many people understand the dangers to the eyes or to the skin when welding, there are a few other things to be cautious about, including welding fumes. The hazards of welding fumes vary depending on the metal welded, paints or coatings on the metals, and even vapors from cleansers or other products. Containing these welding fumes with industrial or even portable welding curtains can protect the welders themselves and any bystanders or other workers in the area.

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