This system makes it possible to install an operable partition within an existing building. The structure can be assembled on site, making viable what could otherwise be impossible.
Featuring heavy-duty support columns and a horizontal truss with integrated track, the system requires no structural support. It can fit openings up to 39’ 9’’ (12.2 m) wide.
The system can be installed quickly, requiring only two Corflex experts.
The system can easily be dismantled and moved to another location.
Noise is not just about volume. When a quiet, soothing environment is required, Performance Plus partitions provide incomparable acoustic comfort by controlling the main source of annoyance: sound reverberation.
Performance Plus products feature an integrated acoustical treatment, dampening sound reverberation and diffusion. The acoustic processing system provides increased resistance to shocks and impacts.
Performance Plus partitions feature a continuous surface, which can be embellished by an extensive choice of textures, supporting your design while creating an efficient workspace.
With STC 54 and a minimum of .60 NRC rating, this partition offers unmatched performance on the market.
Panels can be deployed or stored at the end of the track with the press of a button. Corflex’s unique system provides each panel with its own trolley, improving performance.
A variable frequency drive adjusts deployment speed automatically, providing smooth action and diminishing stress on the track.
The chain drive is more stable than a cable drive, reducing necessary system maintenance.
The drive unit requires only 14 inches (356 mm) of ceiling space for installation.
Because panels can be straightened faster, their deployment requires less clear space in front of the stack area.
Adding a trolley to each panel makes it possible to use smaller and safer hinges, reducing risk of injuries.
When additional flexibility is required, omni-directional panels can be reconfigured easily. The system makes it possible to move individual panels on multiple axis, following tracks laid in a straight line, curve or even a cross. As long as panels remain on the same floor, they can be moved along a track of any distance, whether for stacking or storage.
Easy to move manually, paired panels fold in groups of two and can be stacked at either end of the central track.