Optimal 110 EI15/EI30
Sliding walls with fire resistance EI30
The Optimal 110 EI15/30 mobile acoustic wall system provides fire safety of people who are in the building, the confirmation of which are research results from the Fire Testing Department ITB. The system is also available in automated version.
Possibility to mount modules at any location also in the cavity.
Modules are sliding manually, one after another.
Due to module strutting, acoustic and physical barrier is created.
The wall divides premises, allowing their arrangement in accordance with current needs.
The door constitutes a convenient way of communication between divided premises.
Optimal 110 EI15/30 walls consist of flame-resistant modules that are 80 cm – 130 cm wide and the height of which corresponds to the conditions of the premises. The wall is 11 cm thick.
Modules are suspended in the aluminum runway that is mounted in the ceiling surface.
Optimal systems do not require any cumbersome floor guides.Technical catalog
- steel construction beam
- automatic strutting-locking mechanism
- flame-resistant wool
- strutting base board
- strutting ceiling board
- aluminium tongue and grove boards
- liner plates
- runway carrier
|Wall thickness||130 mm|
|Acoustic isolation||Rw = 48dB|
|Wall height||4796 mm|
|Module width||700-1300 mm|
|Suspension||1 or 2 point|
|Door||single-leaf and double-leaf|
|Service||manual or automated|
load bearing ceiling fixing, short
load bearing ceiling fixing, medium
load bearing ceiling fixing, long
ferroconcrete binder fixing, lateral
suspension on a steel beam, no load-bearing ceiling
Another advantage of our system is the possibility of placing on the bottom section of the wall, single- or two-winged key-closed door.
The door are the integral part of the wall in terms of visual and operational.
Sound insulation of Optimal 110 EI15/EI30 system is Rw = 48 dB.
Optimal 110 EI15/EI30 system is availablein automatic version.
Operation of automatic wall consists in manual setting of modules in the wall axle just as in manual version.
At the time of contact of two modules, the electrical engine is started that pulls out module stabilizing strips.
Optimal 110 EI15/EI30 has undergone the complete set of tests at the Building Technique Institute in Warsaw.
Our sliding walls have been tested for:
– safety of use
– load resistance
– correct operation
– sound insulation
– response to fire B-s1, d0
– fire resistance EI30
All the tests were positive within the upper tolerances for the product.
If you are considering a wall of other manufacturer, ask them about tests at the Building Technique Institute and come back to us!