When our team sets up a containment while on a job affected by fire, it directs the airflow from the air movers to the affected areas. The contaminant encapsulates any debris that comes off a surface and keeps it in the affected area, which helps speed the process up. We mainly use containment to remove the chance of smoke damage to unaffected areas. We use this on multiple jobs types; for example, we use containment for water-related damage. It is used to control where the air is flowing to, which, when appropriately directed, allows the drying speed to decrease.