SPACELITE HTshop

The shop entrance which disappears by the push of a button

After opening hours many shops in malls hide behind unattractive and badly protecting roll doors. Our mobile partition SPACELITE HTshop wall features a filigree design with its elegant door panels in real glass, and permits a perfect view into the shop at any time after shop closure. This highlights your offer and guarantees an attractive appearance of your shop. Up to a width of 6m the version with vertical inter-spacers offers free view on your offer in the shop during closing hours and highlights the entrance area
In banks the self service area and the customer service area must create a unit, after closure however the interior area must be separated in a safe way. The mobile partition wall offers a reliable protection without making compromises in the bank design.

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Performances

  • Easy operation by means of a switch
  • Upon opening, the separate light transmitting fibreglass door panels stack safely and compactly in a cassette which is concealed in the ceiling. The entrance area can be used entirely in its full width and height during the opening hours
  • End-to-end real glass door panels with toughened glazing and slim profiles lead to an elegant, fine design
  • The alternative version with vertical inter-spacers offers a cost-effecitve solutions for entrance widths of up to 6 m
  • In case or wide entrance areas the two doors can be connected by a movable guide track
  • The entire construction corresponds to German building material class A1 (acc. to DIN 4102), in case of fire it does not burn
  • Individual design of the door for an individual adaptation to the shop brand
  • Aluminium profiles with steel reinforcement give superior protection against intrusion even in case of massive violence, and an anti-lift device in the drive unit avoids the forced lifting of the door during closing hours

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