Since both the movable partition wall and the sliding folding partition wall systems are a sector that can be considered rare, we realized that both the details and the terms are not understood by many people.
That's why we have created a glossary of movable partition wall terms and concepts.
|Roller||:||Mechanical tool specially manufactured to carry heavy loads that enables the panels to be transported|
|Rail||:||A specially manufactured aluminum track on which the panels are transported by rollers.|
|Acoustic comfort barrier||:||The part that comes out of the panel and closes the gap between the panels and the ceiling, the guillotine.|
|Acoustic Joint Wedge||:||The rubber piece that fills the gaps in the joints on both surfaces of the top and bottom of the panels|
|Acoustic barrier||:||Wooden coating on both surfaces, internally applied sound insulation felt|
|Guillotine mechanism||:||A specially developed mechanism that allows the upper and lower acoustic comfort barriers to move up and down|
|Mechanism enclosure box||:||A plastic protection system that protects the guillotine mechanism and the powertrain and ensures a longer life.|
|Crank arm||:||Special device that provides the movement of the mechanism|
|Parking room / parking box||:||A specially designed room or box made of wood that allows the movable partitions to be stored when not in use. (can be inside or outside the space)|
|Paspilata||:||The part used to fix the first panel, which is produced as much as the size between the rail fixed to the wall and the floor, the initial module|
|Telescopic module||:||The part integrated into the last of the panels forming the movable partition wall, expanding towards the integrated wall, making the system a gapless wall|