Wallenium’s soundproof operable wall system ALATAR is ideal for dividing and creating rooms. The foldable wall system is attached to the ceiling and is made up of wall panels that are connected by hinges and stored at the end of the track when opening the wall. There are sound insulation seals between the panels, ceiling and floor.
The ALATAR operable wall structure is composed of aluminium profiles, sheets of treated particleboard or MDF and insulation. The combined structure forms a panel that has a total thickness of 82mm and depending on the insulation material ensures a soundproof resistance of 45-49dB.
The operable wall system ALATAR is supported at the ceiling and runs along an adjustable aluminium upper track that is equipped with bearings inside of carriages. This enables the walls height to be adjusted by ±15 mm. The carriages are installed on every second wall panel and are located at the centre of the panel.
At the end of the wall, a jamb profile is installed to close the last panel and which is also used as a door. This, together with the jamb is installed to start the wall and allows for the walls width to be adjusted ±20 mm.
Because the wall hangs from the ceiling, it is important for the installation of the wall that the wall is attached to something solid (i.e. concrete ceiling, steel structure, wood beam etc.).