Skyfold is a vertical movable wall system that retracts to the ceiling. It is space-saving, requires no guide or track rails and offers acoustic insulation up to Rw 59 dB. This elegant and robust folding wall system enables rapid and fully automatic operation at the press of a button.
- A space-saving vertical movable wall system that retracts to the ceiling
- Fully automatic, rapid and reliable
- Easy operation at the press of a button
- No wall or floor rails
- Acoustic insulation with sound reduction ratings up to Rw 59 dB
- Straight, angled, inclined or stepped layouts possible
- Stable and flat lightweight construction from 34 kg/m²
- Can be provided with an effective acoustic finish (Classic NRC)
- Clear height: up to 11,000 mm
- Element width: almost unlimited, depends on supporting structure
- Element depth / acoustic insulation:
Rw in dB: 51, 54, 59
Weight kg/m2: 34, 37, 46
Individually designed for flexibility of use
Skyfold Classic can be adapted individually to almost any layout and is suitable for use in straightforward or complex floor plans. The Classic series is also ideal for rooms with stepped or sloping floors, or a combination of the two as often found in auditoriums and academic environments. The flexibility of the Skyfold system allows the multifunctional use of valuable space.
Space-saving design retracts to the ceiling
The space-saving vertical movable wall system retracts to the underside of the ceiling or into a specially provided ceiling cavity. When parked, the system merges harmoniously and almost invisibly with the ceiling. In addition to better use of space, the Skyfold also enhances facility appearance as no lateral guide or floor rails are required.
Rapid and reliable operation
At the touch of a button, a mechanism inside the insulated double-skin Skyfold folds and retracts the movable wall quickly, reliably and fully automatically at a speed of 1.5 to 3 m/min. Ceiling motors retract the movable wall completely along its entire length. Built-in sensors on the lower edge ensure that the system stops in the presence of an obstruction when descending.