Solid and glazed configurations can be specified with either a 36mm recessed head track or a 23mm deep flush head.
The standard is a 35mm recessed base, alternatively, a 55mm PVC or 80mm powder coated aluminium skirting can be used. Power and data cables can be accommodated within the cavity of the partition or behind the skirting.
The maximum panel width is 1213mm.
Applied film, ceramic bake, digital printing or sand-blasted designs can be applied to the glass, providing the offices with varying degrees of privacy.
Framed Solid and Glazed Panels: Epoxy powder coated top hat section at the panel joints. Fixings are concealed with a self coloured PVC insert. The steel top hat section is fastened to the structural stud with self piercing screw fixings.
Flushwall Solid: V-Joint detail between the panels. A steel spring clip secures the gypsum board to the rolled steel stud. Alternatively, a flush taped and filled panel joint can be constructed.
Working Wall: The top hat section can be provided with a racking strip to support shelving. Reinforcement to studs is necessary when heavy loads are to be supported. Lightweight fixings can be made direct to the panels using appropriate.
All our systems have been laboratory tested and can achieve a high level of acoustic sound reduction. Please contact one of our Technical Account Managers so we can guide you to the appropriate system to meet your acoustic requirements.
Pre-fabricated, epoxy powder coated door frames are constructed from extruded aluminium.
Frames are fitted with PVC slamming gaskets and are designed to retain intumescent strips where a 30 minute fire rating is required.
Studs and tracks are formed from cold-rolled galvanized steel. All exposed sections are pre-finished with a polyester powder coating.
Non fire rated and half hour fire rated partitions in both framed and flushwall construction use 12.5mm gypsum board.
Double glazing modules are suitable for 6mm toughened or 6.4mm laminated glass. The glass is installed flush to the face of the partition. Blinds can be incorporated within the cavity; alternatively, an applied manifestation can be specified.
Mistral glazing, solid panels and door sets have been tested to achieve 30 minutes fire resistance in accordance with BS 476: Part 22.
Surface Spread of Flame
The gypsum board panels have a class 1 surface for spread of flames when tested in accordance with BS 476: Part7: 1971 and offer a Class 0 specification when tested to BS 476: Part 6: 1968.
Power and data cables can be accommodated within the cavity of the partition or behind the skirting. Switches and sockets may be fitted flush or surface mounted and switch posts can be used adjacent to door frames if required.
The glazing cavity can accommodate 25mm solid slat or perforated tilt-only blinds. They can be manually or electronically operated.
For advice when specifying our partitioning systems please contact our team of Technical Account Managers who are always on hand to help you.
Email us or call (01494) 492725