Suspended Cover

Reroofing has its challenges, but dust and debris falling inside the building doesn’t have to be one of them. Installing suspended cover helps to protect facilities from the variety of contaminants that result from reroofing activities, and TuffWrap has the most innovative and effective under-deck protection. We won’t leave you hanging. 

TuffWrap’s Suspended Cover is:

SmartSeam is classified to UL 723S

Installed below the roof deck.

Completely sealed around all penetrations.

Antimicrobial, antistatic and flame resistant reinforced poly.

100% code compliant SmartSeam®

SmartSeam is the only code compliant suspended cover solution on the market. Like others, our proprietary product is Classified by UL to 723S for installation below fire sprinklers and meets NFPA 13 standards. But with SmartSeam, that’s just the beginning. Our temporary ceiling solution has been re-engineered to meet every requirement of the International Fire and Building Codes. Watch our video on the three challenges of code compliance to learn about the process, or take a look at the technical flyer for SmartSeam to explore the tests and requirements it’s passed to achieve compliance. 

Learn more about SmartSeam® here.

Applications include:

  • Protecting food, beverage and pharmaceutical products from potential recall due to contamination.
  • Ensuring inventory in warehouse and retail settings stays clean and intact.
  • Maintaining a professional appearance.
  • Avoiding damage to specialized equipment.
  • Providing extra protection during HVAC or other projects that could result in dust or debris falling from the roof deck.

Additional Solutions

TuffWrap understands that some projects can be more challenging than others. That’s why we offer custom enhancements to these temporary ceiling partitions, like netting and High Structure Dust Removal (HSDR). These options can be utilized in conjunction with suspended cover. Netting protects facilities from heavier pieces of falling roof debris. HSDR removes loose dust and debris that falls onto horizontal surfaces above the suspended cover.