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What’s Behind Your Curtain Wall?

Posted on: April 30th, 2013 by joreilly No Comments

Cheese InsulWall Insulated Curtain Wall Randall Manufacturing

As it is made, cheese requires very specific storage temperatures at various stages of its aging process.  A third-party logistics provider (3PL) set out to reconfigure its warehouse space to accommodate a tenant’s need for three distinct temperature zones for storage of its product.

Using InsulWall®, a flexible alterative to a permanent wall, the 3PL was able to break the existing 160,000 square-foot space into three different areas of use in a matter of days for one of the world’s largest food companies.

The three zones are maintained at 36 degrees Fahrenheit, 57 degrees Fahrenheit, and ambient. In addition, InsulWall offered the cheese maker excellent thermal performance in its operations. 

Installation of the walls required minimal manpower and equipment. An added benefit of InsulWall is that it can be reconfigured just as easily as business conditions dictate.

Randall’s team of engineers, production staff, and installers worked together to design and install the project to meet the client’s aggressive timetable.

Within seven working days from the time the product arrived, through installation and inspection – this warehouse space was accepting product and generating revenue.

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