A partition, as the definition states, is used to divide an area into separate parts. From a business perspective, If you’re looking to increase your safety and security, or provide additional secure enclosures for supplies or personnel, then you would benefit from a partition.
There are a variety of materials used for partitions as well as the size of the woven or welded wire. Typically 10-gauge wires are used between even thicker heavy-duty 2” posts. These woven or welded wire panels are also attached to the angle frames and connected to square steel tubing posts to create a custom and secure structure that is built to your exact needs. Some manufacturers designs allow the welded wire panels to be trimmed to build around obstructions without damaging the integrity of the panel, while still providing a high level of protection.
The panels are typically used for the walls of the enclosure but can also be used as infill panels, transoms, or as a ceiling. The standard sizes of these panels are typically made in even foot increments to a maximum of 10’ wide and 5’ high. Filler panels are often used to fill gaps, but due to the customization that is available with partitions they can be made to any size necessary.
Because of the design of these structures, they allow for the circulation of light, air for filtration, sprinkler systems, as well as not blocking the view of any security cameras. You’ll get to keep an eye on your possessions at all times while also ensuring that no environmental damages are being caused.
Prices can vary greatly depending on what you’re looking for. The size of the project, preferred wire gauge size, and type of project can all impact that cost of your partitions. Additional options may also increase the cost of installation as well.
To get a better understanding of the project you’re about to take on, head over to our quote form and provide some additional details about your project. Once we receive your inquiry one of our local Material Handling Partners will reach out to you to discuss your objectives in more detail. At that time, they’ll be able to give you a free and more precise estimate as to the cost of your project.
There are a wide range of options available for partitions which makes them a great solutions for nearly any type of security project. Below are a few of the most common options to choose from when it comes time to plan your project.
These doors are the standard option when it comes to partitions. Although they come in standard sizes, a variety of custom heights and widths are available. Typically they come equipped with a standard cylinder lock or padlock hasp.
Indoff offers a variety of options when it comes to the size and shape of the mesh patterns, as well as the gauge of the wire being used. We also offer expanded metal, sheet metal, and clear polycarbonate options as well. Below are our most common configurations but custom options are available so be sure to speak with your Material Handling Partner about any additional details.
The installation process for new partitions is typically pretty quick and straightforward. Once an order is placed, depending on the manufacturer, some materials can ship in 48 hours, others are made to order. At that point, a trusted team of installers will begin securing your pieces into place.
Installation varies depending on the size, height, length of the project but it can be quickly assembled in a clear open area. Layouts can easily be modified and reconfigured. One of the benefits of these partition systems is that there is very little downtime that occurs so your company can get back up and running as soon as possible.
These partitions can be a full floor-to-ceiling solution and as such people are unable to crawl over or under the partition to gain access to your inventory. Due to their steel construction, they are also not easily bent meaning you won’t have anyone squeezing through any gaps as you see in the films.
Data Centers rely on partitions to help keep their servers secure from security breaches. If an unauthorized visitor or employee gains access to your data center they could easily disconnect wires, install malicious software, or steal expensive equipment. This could leave your company vulnerable to lawsuits as well as irreparable damage to your brand. This type of construction provides full ventilation and air conditioning of the servers.
We want to help you accomplish your goals! We offer several quote forms to help get a better understanding of the task at hand. Provide us with some basic information regarding your next project and we’ll provide you with a highly experienced and qualified Indoff Partner in your area!
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