Technical information

Specifications

Thickness 85-96 mm, depending on sound-class requirements
Weight/m² 26-53 kg, depending on sound reduction requirements or fire-rating (incl. rails and mounting accessories)
Section width Minimum 400 mm / Maximum 1250 mm
Height Maximum 6000 mm (higher upon request)
Colour/surface treatment According to request
Sound reduction Rw 41-53 dB. 52 dB maximum 1200 mm section width

 

Assembly guide

WINAB’s folding walls are easy to assemble. The walls are developed completely based on the client's requests regarding measurements, sectioning and surface treatment. All block walls are ceiling-suspended, which eliminates the need for floor rails and always provides clean, free floor spaces.

The wall blocks have telescopic seals in the top and bottom edges and can be purchased as single- or two-point suspensions depending on parking requirements. Two-point suspended block walls offer completely hidden parking, where the wall blocks can be parked in our outside the premises. For good and tight function between floor and wall, the floor must be level.

If any problems arise with the mounting process, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Downloadable files

Download assembly guide

 

Assembly guide WINAB 2000 block walls

BASIC INFORMATION
The block wall consists of sections which hang in a carrying rail. The sections are attached between the carrying rail and the floor. Floor rails do not occur. The block wall may be either single-point or double-point suspended with 1 or 2 carrying walls, respectively. If the wall is double-point suspended there is a garage. A single-point suspended wall does not have a garage.

  1. Measure the closing line. Make sure that the wall has the same measurements.
  2. Measure space for garage. The garage must fit in the intended space. The garage may not be cut. The straight pieces can be delivered oversize. Never cut shorter than the closing line on the drawing.

GARAGE ASSEMBLY

  1. Drill screw holes at appropriate distance.
  2. Screw in the garage from below according to the rail drawing.

STRAIGHT RAIL ASSEMBLY

  1. Drill screw holes at appropriate distance.
  2. If necessary, cut to the dimensions specified in the drawing.
  3. Screw in the rail from below according to the rail drawing. NOTE! Save the last rail piece until the sections have been hung in place.
  4. Use the included clips in the rail joints.

SECTION ASSEMBLY

  1. The sections are hung by the carrying rail in the order indicated in the accompanying drawing.
  2. Screw in the last rail piece.
  3. The frames are mounted in place with a sinker under the roof rail.
  4. The carrying trolleys are adjusted so that the sections are centred between floor and ceiling, after which the lock nuts are tightened. (Key 24, 18 and 13 mm).
  5. Attach with seam to wall and ceiling to ensure a tight installation.
  6. Follow the Operation & Maintenance Instructions to verify the function of the wall.

Parking

Hidden parking when the wall pieces should not be seen

Block walls are always delivered as ceiling-suspended. The wall blocks have telescopic seals in the top and bottom edges and can be purchased as single- or two-point suspensions depending on parking requirements.

Two-point suspended walls offer the possibility for a completely hidden parking, in or outside the premises.

The parking alternatives below are only some examples of how block walls may be parked. The parking options are much more extensive than that and very flexible depending on requests and the conditions the premises offer.

The parking alternatives K1, Z1, E1 and to some extent K4 are the most popular, while options K3, K5, K6 and Z2 are more to be considered as special solutions.

Downloadable files

Parking options as PDF

 

Parking options

K1

Parkeringsalternativ K1
Small, compact parking Two-point-suspension where one wheel pair runs along the closing line. A parking option which is suitable when one side of the block wall is blocked in some way or when it may be difficult to find attachments outside the closing line.

K3

Parkeringsalternativ K3
A parking option where the wall segments are parked beside/behind a protruding wall. The parking cannot be considered "hidden", but the wall segments will still have a certain hidden placement when the room is to be used fully – without the block wall.

K4

Parkeringsalternativ K4
The wall segments are parked in a niche outside the closing line. Here it is also possible to create a hidden parking by putting a niche door that completely hides the wall segments when they are parked.

K5

Parkeringsalternativ K5
An example of parking where a protruding wall is used to align several parking sections and a larger amount of wall segments of a relatively long closing line.

K6

Parkeringsalternativ K6
Niche rotated 90°. The wall segments are parked outside the closing line and, just as in K4, there is also here a possibility to create a hidden parking by placing a door over the niche.

Z1

Parkeringsalternativ Z1
Perhaps the most common two-point-suspension of block walls. The suspension is relatively simple to mount and preferred in comparison to K1, which requires a few more handling steps when closing, opening and parking the wall.

Z2

Parkeringsalternativ Z2
A parking alternative where the wall segments protrude less next to the closing line in comparison to, for example, Z1.

E1

Parkeringsalternativ E1
A single-point-suspension block wall where the wall is mounted at the centre of the closing line. The parking is simple and uncomplicated to mount.

Principle drawings

Detailed drawing