Office Screens Free Standing
What do you use a FRONTIER® Free Standing Office Partition for?
Freestanding office screens can be used in almost any situation you need a partition or divider. They are most often found set up in offices, waiting rooms and other public spaces between chairs or tables, offering privacy and some soundproofing. In workspaces, they can also be used to create temporary ‘walls’ to designate working zones, as these screens can be linked together to create larger partitions.
How are they constructed?
The FRONTIER® freestanding screens have an internal core of 20mm recycled paper continuous vented honeycell beecore that’s covered on both sides with 2.5mm medium density fibreboard (MDF) faces. A layer of fire-rated Macflex 182 fabric (available in 8 colour options) is upholstered on both sides before the screen is finished with a 30mm thick full aluminium frame in white or silver. The FRONTIER® Free Standing Office Partitions are each supplied with stabilising or round disc feet.
Can I link two screens together?
Two FRONTIER® Free Standing Office Partitions can be linked together in a straight line using the 2x PVC strips supplied with each screen.
A junction post is available separately if you wish to link 2, 3 or 4 office screens together in a cross or t-configuration.
Are FRONTIER® Free Standing Office Partitions safe for use in offices?
Yes, FRONTIER® office screens are safe and approved for use in offices, schools, universities and other working environments.
Macflex -182 fabric that is used to cover both sides of the partitions is certified to BS 476 Part 7 Class 1; BS EN 1021-1:2014 (cigarette); BSEN 13501-1 Adhered Class B,s2, d0; BS EN 13501-1 Un-adhered Class D, s1, d2.
What sizes is the FRONTIER® Free Standing Office Partition available in?
The partitions come in four heights; 1200mm, 1400mm, 1600mm or 1800mm, and six widths; 800mm, 1000mm, 1200mm, 1400mm, 1600mm and 1800mm.
Bespoke screens are available if our standard sizes do not suit your requirements - call us on 01234 676767 for a quotation.
Can fabric office screens be cleaned and sanitised?
To clean a fabric office screen we recommend fabric odour removal sprays with antibacterial components, as these offer an alternative to traditional antibacterial or bleach-based cleaning sprays which can damage fabric screens.
On a day-to-day basis, you can vacuum your screens to remove dust, and sponge them with a damp cloth using soap and water (or use upholstery shampoo) if you see any staining. For a deep clean you can use a steam cleaner, or get them professionally dry cleaned.