Office partition is a light partition wall between workspaces.
It is imperative that its acoustic insulation is maximum (minimum 43 dB) and therefore to have a thickness of at least 80 mm, the partition is thus composed of plasterboard or wood particle board with rockwool core, all integrated into an aluminum structure.
Removable office partition
The assembly and disassembly must be done in record time on office spaces often occupied and therefore with a minimum of nuisance; that is why we always recommend removable partitions with a removable structure whose covering panels are already covered of their paper or decorative, washable melamine coating.
Data lines, telephone, electrical, watersupply and evacuation are easily integrated trough gates between the vertical profiles, moreover its removable panels facilitate the installation of complementary lines later if necessary.
The removable office partition stops at the false ceiling (the space between ceiling and suspended ceiling in the partition is closed by an acoustic panel), this way allows any future changes on the same office shelf with recovery and reassembly of disassembled partitions (as the height under the false ceiling remains constant and this false ceiling is not to be modified).
The good removable office partition therefore has good acoustics and is easily mountable and removable in a minimum of time and nuisance.
For glazed partitions, the best acoustics are obtained by two single glazings (tempered, laminated, colored) of different thickness (5 to 8 mm to break two types of sound frequency) separated by + - 60 mm of air, each glazing face is clipped in place separately (no double monobloc glazing) which reduces the time and cost of replacement in case of breakage.
There are also single glazed or double glazed partitions without vertical profiles between glazed modules, in this case, the glazing is of course laminated or tempered and much thicker (10-12-14 mm), only a thin translucent PVC seal ensures the junction and acoustic closure between the different glazings, this type of configuration ensures optimum brightness and maximizes the feeling of space.
The sliding partitions are fixed in a rail integrated in the false ceiling or on the concrete ceiling.
Once the panels are aligned (separation of a meeting room in 2 for example) a complex internal mechanism protrudes peripheral joints that compress the panels between floor, ceiling and walls for optimal sound insulation; it is of course possible to integrate doors to these panels.
These partitions can receive all types of coverings and even be glazed.
Acoustic wall screens
Acoustic wall screens (different heights) are used to isolate and optimize the work in open space where workstations are very close.
Their acoustic absorbent foam lining covered with fabrics significantly improves the working comfort. They move and combine with each other easily to fit any type of office space.