Sliding partition AIR

sliding partition
sliding partition
sliding partition
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glazed, MDF
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The GammaStone AIR panel, thanks to its technical characteristics and to the prestige of the external materials, suits perfectly to being used as infill panel for partition walls and furniture and as ceiling to give to the internal space an elegant design touch. The GammaStone AIR panel represents the best solution on the market to achieve finished walls in natural stone or glass of any type and finish, or in elegant and prestigious ceramics. Its lightness makes it comparable, in terms of weight, to a conventional panel in chipboard laminated, and the stainless steel sheet at the rear face allows to fix GammaStone AIR panel to traditional coupling devices for panels, such as Keku accessories or similar, simply by piercing and inserting a threaded insert, or directly to a rivet. Even the thickness plays a fundamental role: the GammaStone AIR panel (with a thickness of only 15 or 18 mm) can be used instead of the classic infill panels made of MDF or wood particleboard. Thanks to the panels extreme stability, the gap between them can be minimal, and there is no need to modify the standard system. For aesthetic reasons, the edge of the panel can be painted to match the finish of the panel external material. It will give a monolithic appearance to the product increasing its aesthetic value. PARTITION WALLS TYPICAL DETAILS Two or more GammaStone AIR panels, when combined with an appropriate substructure provided with guides and rails, can also compose a sliding partition wall. It may have different finishes depending on the internal spaces that will be separated. The panels are anchored through the securing systems directly on aluminum vertical uprights.
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