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Split Screening

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A screening program that responds to the most demanding user's needs, providing an architectural balance that brings frontal privacy in every workstation.

TECHNICAL

Combination

This screen is the product of a combination of materials adapted to different uses and preferences. It is made with aluminum, melamine, methacrylate and upholsteries.

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SPLIT SCREENS By Actiu

 

The SPLIT divider allows you to reconfigure a space in a matter of seconds, creating streamlined areas that adapt to the needs of each task.

The SPLIT divider can adapt to contract and hospitality settings that require private and separate areas within an open space

  • Lightweight structural panel - SPLIT
  • Technical Features: Lightweight structural panel - SPLIT.
  • Profiles of anodized extruded aluminium, in aluminized or white finishes.
  • Aluminium injection connecting system with aluminized epoxy coating.
  • Central panel - Complete: MFC Boards - 22 mm thickness, Clear methacrylate - 5 mm thickness, 16mm melamine board + 3+3mm upholstered foam, HPL writing board - two faces, 16mm melamine board + 3+3mm upholstered foam.

 

Supports

 

Flat Foot

  • Steel foot with two coats of paint. White and aluminium finish.
  • Each module includes 2 as standard.

Foot with castors

  • Steel foot with two coats of paint. White and aluminium finish.
  • Each module includes 2 as standard with 2 wheels of Ø65 mm.
  • Fixed Model - Height 195 cm. Mobile Model - Height 200 cm.

 

Dimensions

 

  • Total dimensions:
  • Height: 1937 mm.
  • Width: 1000 / 1200 mm.
  • Thickness: 41 mm.

 

Standards

 

  • SLPIT has passed tests done in our technical department as well as the tests done in AIDIMA the Technological Institute for furniture. The tests correspond to:
  • UNE: EN 1023-1:96: Office furniture. Screens. Part 1: Dimensions.
  • UNE: EN 1023-2:96: Office furniture. Screens. Part 2: Mechanical safety requirements.
  • UNE: EN 1023-3:96: Office furniture. Screens. Part 3: Test methods.

 

Certificates

 

The different programmes get points in different environmental categories to get the LEED certificate or WELL certificate (sustainability, material and resources, water, energy and atmosphere, inner environment quality, innovation and design).