HIDDEN STORAGE WHEN THE WALL SECTIONS SHOULD NOT BE SEEN
Movable walls are always supplied as ceiling-mounted walls. The blocks have telescopic seals the top and bottom and can be supplied as single or two-point suspended in the ceiling track depending on the storage requirements.
Two-point suspended movable walls offer the possibility of completely hidden storage either inside or outside the premises.
The storage alternatives shown below are only a few examples of how the movable walls can be stored. Storage possibilities are far more comprehensive than that and are very flexible depending on your preferences and the conditions offered by the premises.
Storage alternatives in K1, Z1, E1 and to some extent K4 are the most widely used while the alternatives in K3, K5, K6, Z1 and Z2 should be considered as being individual solutions.
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Parking option K1
Small, compact parking. Two-point suspension where one set of wheels runs in the closing line. A storage option that is appropriate to choose when one side of the movable wall is blocked in some way or when it is difficult to find fixings outside the closure line.
Parking option K3
A storage alternative where the wall segments are parked next to or hidden behind the protruding wall. The storage should not be considered as being “hidden” but the wall sections still enjoy inconspicuous placement when the premises shall be used in full without the movable wall.
Parking option K4
The wall sections are parked in a niche outside the closing line. There is also the ability to create hidden storage by installing a niche door that completely hides the wall sections when they are parked.
Parking option K5
A storage example where a projecting wall is used to align several parking sections and a larger number of wall sections for a relatively long closure line.
Parking option K6
Niche angled at 90 °. The wall sections are stored outside the closing line and just like in the K4 option, here there is also an opportunity to create fairly hidden storage by placing a door over the niche.
Parking option Z1
Perhaps the most common two-point suspension for movable walls. The suspension is relatively simple to mount and is preferable to K1 which requires more assembly sequences when closing, opening and storing the wall.
Parking option Z2
A storage alternative where the wall sections protrude less from the side of the closure line compared with solutions such as Z1.
Parking option E1
Single-point suspended movable wall where the wall is stored in the middle of the closure line. The storage is simple ant complicated at all to assemble.