Twin-glazed system can support various glass types

Ocula Systems’ new ‘FT80’ is an 80 mm twin-glazed partitioning system that can support various glass types and thicknesses, offering a flexible ‘designer’ product to the specification sector.

Its introduction follows the launch of the company’s new Flush Glazed door collection. Ocula Systems said: “The Ocula FT80 offers a contemporary minimalist design, with a low profile base and head track of just 26 mm. It can be installed either as a full glass partitioning system, incorporating glass from 6-12 mm, or with interspaced drywall panels and doors. There is a choice of toughened, laminate, acoustic, or electric privacy glass, with full manifestation options and polyester powder-coated frames in over 200 RAL colours. 

“A unique feature is the optional frameless glazing mullion, which allows use of manually controlled venetian blinds in the cavity, with encapsulated ends to eliminate any visible gap between the end of the blind and the mullion. Automated blinds can be used as normal, for a continuous, fully frameless configuration. The frameless glazing mullion allows the use of more cost-effective glazing configurations to achieve high acoustics, such as 6 mm and 10 mm toughened glass to achieve 42 dB Rw at 2,700 mm high.”

 

 

 

 

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