About a year after the introduction of Impact random wall coverings, it was time to get the cork on the floor with what we think must be the world's very first design partition in cork. We call it Impact partition.
The strong Impact DNA shines
While the Impact partition uses the same material as the successful Impact random wall coverings, it lends its construction with integrated vertical steel bars from Impact lectern 1 and Impact reception in cardboard. And of course, the soft single-curved shapes from the Impact DNA also repeats if self in the freestanding screen wall.
The height increases in intervals of 230 mm
The length of the inner steel rods and the number of the 230 mm high cork blocks determines the total height of the partition. Choose from following four standard heights *:
1165 mm (5 layers of cork, narrow foot)
1395 mm (6 layers of cork, narrow foot)
1625 mm (7 layers of cork, wide foot)
1855 mm (8 layers of cork, wide foot)
Note! The highest screen walls needs a little more foot to stand than the two lowest version. The narrow foot is only 300 mm wide; while the wide is 400 mm.
We use as much of the cork as possible. Therefore, the length of the screen wall is always 970 mm.
Also good for acoustics
Thousands of sound studios can not be mistaken. The cork material is good for acoustics. Both as absorbent and damper. So, like Impact random wall, Impact partition contributes to reduce the reverberation time in your room. And placed crossed between zones and workspaces, the screen wall also reduces speech recognition and thus unnecessary interference.Download files and images