Poly-Hangers save time and labor by attaching in just a few seconds, helping to quickly install containment areas, drying chambers, or dust protection barriers at your work site. They also help to eliminate damage and clean-up efforts caused by tape and glue adhesives, making the work you do safer and more effective.
The Poly-Hanger #1 supports one or more layers of poly-sheeting on the face of the wall by attaching behind the molding. It can also support poly in front of masonry or paneling by attaching with a small nail into a masonry or paneling joint which can easily be patched after the job is completed.
Poly-Hanger #1 Installation:
Install Hangers approximately 3' apart. Hang the poly sheeting on the prong keeping the top of the poly just below the wall molding. Complete the containment by taping between the poly and the molding, and by taping over the prong.
Hanger 1 can be used to support poly in front of masonry by nailing in a joint using a tension pin (i.e., tempered steel molding nail available at drywall supply houses).
Poly-Hanger 1 is removed by gently pulling down on the outer tip of the wall molding which causes the back vertical leg to rotate away from the wall and Hanger 1 can be slid downward.
Poly-Hangers can also be reused on future jobs.