Some of the most popular types of folding screens include;
Acoustic Movable Wall
Acoustic movable walls are individual panels that do not require a floor track to operate. Once they are closed and locked they offer soundproofing, insulation and look like a permanent partition system. Making them ideal for a busy office.
Frameless Glass Operable Wall
The frameless glass system will give your office space a very sleek and modern look. The reinforced glass panels are hung from the ceiling and can be installed with an optional floor guide for extra safety and security. These panels can either be separate or hinged and there are a large variety of options when it comes to glass manifestation.
Motorised Movable Walls
Motorised partitions can give you the flexibility you want, without having to lift a finger. These systems have excellent when it comes to fire protection and soundproofing due to the seal between the panels.
Sliding Folding Partitions
Also known as a hinged panel, this system is both quick and easy to use. It works on a continuous hinged system and gives the appearance of a normal movable screen. Features of this type of folding screen includes the option of partial or full glazed panels, as well as the option of stacking the panels at one or both sides of the divide.
Folding Concertina Vinyl Wall
Folding concertina folding screens are among the cheapest and are extremely quick to operate. The downside to this system is that it has lower sound reduction than most other systems. These systems can be either hung from the top or supported from the floor.
Vertical Movable Walls
There are two main types of vertical movable walls. The first is a vertical lift wall system which is counterweighed to rise up in a double height space. The other is a folding vertical wall – which is usually motorised – folds up into the ceiling space. This type of folding screen can be used as a feature in the office by itself.