Frequently Asked Questions: 1. How does Summit® Vertical Lift Walls are being operated?
Summit® Vertical Lift Wall is a fully automatic acoustic wall that is operated with a simple push of an electric key switch or a button that triggers the movement of the acoustic operable panels through a narrow slot in the ceiling - moving up when stacking it and moving down when setting the walls.
2. What is the required stacking height above the ceiling?
The minimum height required for stacking the panels above the ceiling is 965mm [38"] for 2HP Motor powered system and 1124mm [44 ¼"] for 5HP motor-powered system.
3. What is the depth of the pocket?
The depth of the pocket depends on the number of panels in the system.
4. What finishes can be applied?
We offer a wide range of finish options that will meet your design criteria for any project. Summit® partitions are finished with Pre-coated Steel, Veneer, Solid Grade Compact Laminate, Fabric, Vinyl, Acrylic Surfaces, or Dry Marker Surfaces Markerboard surfaces that allows an added functionality for finished surfaces e.g. in meeting/collaboration rooms, academic institutions, etc..
5. What are the electrical requirements?
Electronic, automatic operation with dual sensing detection provides the ultimate in safety and strictly adheres to UL325 guidelines providing primary and secondary safety mechanisms. The motor is 60 Hz and 200-240V single phase for 2HP motor requirements and 200-240V 3 phase for 5 HP motor requirements on larger openings.
6. Does it come with a sound separation property?
Interlocking panel edges and track seals contribute to a 51 STC acoustical rating for excellent sound management. Sound absorbent surface treatments are also available to minimize reflected sound..
7. Where is it produced and originated?
Summit® Vertical Lift Walls is produced and originated from the United States of America.
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