Types of Walls
A steel sub-frame is positioned and formed onto which panels and framing components are clipped. This enables dismantling and re-positioning of the system allowing for re-use of many of the components. Doors and windows modules are clipped to the framework allowing their re-use and providing cost savings. The cost of demountable system may be reflected as office furniture on asset register and will allow for tax benefits.
Drywall partitions are non-load bearing walls constructed using plasterboard and mild steel frame, using dry techniques. They are used in housing, commercial and industrial buildings. Its application is suited from simple space division to high performance walls providing fire resistance, acoustic insulation or thermal properties. It can be used to create simple structures or complex partitioning including curves.
Low-level screens are available in a variety of heights. The system is best suited for open plan offices areas to create isolated workstations. They can be supplied as a solid panel or incorporate glass, be painted, upholstered or covered in wallpaper.
Toilet cubicles are constructed using a 16mm Melamine board and aluminum channel. Standard cubicles are white in colour but are available in a range of colours on demand. The cubicle is fitted with an indicator bolt, coat hook and a lockable toilet roll holder