Time modular partition walls are composed of a perimetral structure in extruded aluminium fitted with a soft grey PVC sealing strip. The fixed upper crosspiece and the lower crosspiece with snap-on fittings, which act as glass retention supports, have a square cross-section of 40×50 mm, and are fixed to the floor and ceiling with expansion plugs.
The extruded aluminium uprights, with a square cross-section of 50×25 mm, are fixed to the wall with expansion plugs and to the upper and lower structure with special L-shaped brackets.
Walls are composed essentially of glazed modules composed of laminated glass with a thickness of 5+5 mm and internal PVB of 0.38 mm, the thickness of which can be increased if necessary according to customer needs.
To avoid interrupting the continuity of glazed surfaces, vertical joints between glass panels are made using special profile sections in transparent polycarbonate, to which double-sided adhesive tape is applied to achieve perfect joints between the glazed panels. Joints at right angles and three-way joints are made in a similar way, using transparent polycarbonate or aluminium profile sections.
Time modular walls can compensate for any unevenness of floors or ceilings up to ± 10 mm.