1. When stored away, does operable walls take up any floor space?
When not in use, rests in its folded position, in the ceiling, requiring absolutely
no floor space. In fact, in many installations, it is not even possible to tell
if and where the walls are located, until they are operated.
2. What type of structural support is required for operable walls?
operable walls takes less structural steel than conventional operable walls since
it is a static load.walls' loading on the structural steel is always evenly distributed
across its width.walls' entire weight is never concentrated as a single point load
on the structure.operable walls weighs approximately 6.0 - 9.4 lbs/ft² (29.4 - 46
kg/m²), significantly less than conventional operable walls.
3. How much ceiling room is required to store operable walls?
operable walls is remarkably compact. In many instances, depending on the height
of the wall, a folding ratio from 1:5 to 1:10 is achieved. This remarkable feature
allows operable walls to be stored in most existing ceiling spaces.
4. How is access achieved between rooms divided by operable walls?
through pass doors, incorporated within the panel.
5. How do operable walls operate?
mechanical /manual operable by turning the operable handle in the clockwise and
6. How long is the Operable Partitions warranty for?
One year warranty