THE X FACTOR

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FASTER…BETTER…CHEAPER!!!

Those are the 3 words us Zeppelin Guys keep in mind as we design and continue to develop the AIRWALL product line.  We call it the X Factor.  You may have noticed that every AIRWALL product has an X in the name, for example, Xpress, Max, Blox, Stax, Xhaust 1 and 2, etc.  Other than being a fun game of figuring out how many words have an “x” or a “cks” sound, the “X” also represents the X factor.  It is essentially a multiplier and refers to how many X’s better the AIRWALL is than the conventional option.

IT TAKES 10-15X LONGER TO BUILD PLASTIC AND TAPE CONTAINMENT.

Your crews can spend 30-60 mins with tape and plastic or 5-10 minutes using AIRWALL products to create a more powerful and FAR more reliable containment.  Plastic is single use whereas the AIRWALL can be used 500, 1000 or maybe even 5000 times?  Is it then 5000X better than plastic?  How about this, how many times before you pay off your investment and start making money on your AIRWALL products?  We estimate that you will pay off your initial investment in as little as 3-6 uses. So does that make AIRWALL 10-15 X, 5000 X or 3-6 X better than the plastic and tape you’ve been using? You tell us!

IT WON’T BE LONG BEFORE AIRWALL PRODUCTS ARE THE INDUSTRY STANDARD FOR CONTAINMENT.

That means that the window for you to show everyone how many X’s better you are than the other providers will close quickly!  Be an industry leader, get ahead of the curve, and incorporate this transformative technology in your business model at a time when it will make you stand out from the competition.

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