Mobile Screen - Product Profile

on Wednesday, 27 March 2013. Posted in Latest Blog Updates

Mobile Screen - Product Profile

This week we will be profiling our mobile screen.  This product has been very popular throughout the education sector and is one of the most stable mobile partitions on the market.  It can be specified up to a maximum height of 1800 and uses a foot which has a locking castor.

The mobile Division Screen is comprehensive and has many options that we can customise each panel with.  In addition to being able to 'link' the screen, we can add wave tops and or acrylic windows.  Again with this product there is a variety of fabric to choose from and a trim and powder coat colour of Graphite or Silver.

Stock Fabric has arrived

on Tuesday, 19 March 2013. Posted in Latest Blog Updates

Stock Fabric has arrived

We are pleased to announce the arrival of our stock screen fabric.  It is great quality, 280 gsm/180 cm roll, available in either grey or blue and can be used on any of our office screens.  We have plenty in stock so it can be used on large or small orders.  All orders placed using this fabric will receive a 5% discount off the screen price.

Structerre Project

on Wednesday, 13 March 2013. Posted in Latest Blog Updates

Structerre Project

This was actually our first fit out using the Adaption Screen System which was completed a couple of years ago.  The screens were made for a company called Structerre, an engineering company based in Brisbane.  All the furniture is locally sourced and Australian made.  The fit out was completed to the highest standard with the fabric colour matched to the company logo.  The workstations are vast at 1800 x 2100 giving each member of staff very spacious work areas.

 

 

Workstation Fit Out Eagle Farm

on Friday, 08 March 2013. Posted in Latest Blog Updates

Workstation Fit Out Eagle Farm

We have just completed a fit out for Followmont Transport in Eagle Farm.  Our client Ikcon was contracted for the work and together we have supplied 120 degree workstations with Adaption Screens, cable baskets and umbilical power poles for bringing the power down from the ceiling.  

Author: Steve Gilbey

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