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Excel Partitioning

Highly relocatable and attractive, this partitioning is the perfect solution to the ever changing needs of the modern business environment.
Aluminium framing is avaiable fast track in polyester powder coated white and grey or in a satin anodised finish from stock. A standard range of colours is available, or the partitioning can be custom coated to meet specific requirements.
The system has a wide selection of standard components allowing a maximum build of 6 metres.
Interesting and original layouts are made possible by using a variety of 90° or 45° corner posts. Switch posts also allow for electrical services.
Solid elevations use gypsum plasterboard honeycomb panels or hardboard faced flaxboard panels - which can be decorated with a wide selection of wall coverings.
There are also many glazing options through the use of simple snap in glazing detail. PVC glazing components in white, black, grey or brown are available to achieve single, double or offset glazing.
Glass manifestations or integral horizontal blinds can be incorporated to satisfy your needs.
Door frames are available in standard or rounded profiles, and are universal to suit either left or right hand applications, allowing for flexibility during installation.
Doors in standard or full height are available in either hollow or solid core with an extensive range of koto, ash, oak and sapele finishes, including veneered finishes. Door furniture can be supplied in either satin anodised or colour finishes to co-ordinate with the aluminium framing.

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