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Fully-glazed frameless partitioning system from SAS International

SAS International’s new System 8000 fully-glazed, frameless partitioning system combines aesthetics with outstanding acoustic, fire and structural performance.

Without compromising on performance the partitioning system utilises the same head detail across glass and drywall elevations, enabling a consistent design deflection detail across the whole system. A wide selection of head tracks can provide varying degrees of deflection, up to ±25mm, to suit specification requirements.

System 8000 allows seamless integration with glass into drywall, as well as with suspended ceiling systems. To overcome the design challenge of blending glass with drywall partitions, System 8000 creates a fully integrated appearance using a range of aluminium pocket drywall trims enabling glass elevations to flow into solid with ease.

This partitioning system provides up to 49dB acoustic performance, up to 60 minutes fire performance and severe structural performance.

Offering a modern, minimalist appearance System 8000 is available in traditional single and double glazed configurations, along with a new 50mm-wide double-glazing detail.   A range of head and base details provides specifiers with an endless array of options to meet differing project requirements.

SAS International has over 40 years’ experience as a British manufacturer of interior fit-out products driven by delivering quality, innovation and providing maximum value to clients and specifiers worldwide.

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