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Inflatable fall arrest cushions and platforms for encapsulation


    Inflatable Encapsulation is the process of completely enclosing a product, structure, or object inside an inflatable structure. This method of covering provides protection from the elements and creates a secure environment for personnel and equipment. The inflatable material is typically made of supported PVC or a similar material and can be inflated with a constant air supply, air on demand or a combination of both.

    Inflatable encapsulation has several benefits, including:

    • Eliminating environmental contamination: The enclosure is made to isolate the space from environment its in.
    • Protection from the elements: The inflatable material provides a barrier against wind, rain, snow, and other weather conditions.
    • Increased safety: Inflatable encapsulation can create a safer working environment by enclosing hazardous materials and protecting workers from hazardous conditions.
    • Improved efficiency: The inflatable structure can be designed to maximize airflow and minimize heat loss and increasing work efficiencies with a well-designed space.
    • Cost-effective: Inflatable encapsulation is often more cost-effective than traditional methods of protection, such as building ridged structures.

    Inflatable encapsulation has a wide range of applications, including:

    • Industrial processes: Inflatable encapsulation is often used to enclose industrial processes, such as welding, sandblasting, and painting.
    • Construction sites: Inflatable encapsulation can be used to create a secure and weather-protected environment for construction workers and equipment enabling operation in any weather conditions.
    • Storage and transportation: Inflatable encapsulation shelters and structures are compact to store and easy and modular to transport.

    Overall, inflatable encapsulation provides a versatile and cost-effective solution for protecting the environment, products, structures, and personnel from the elements and hazardous conditions.