Ocula Systems has introduced FT80, an 80mm twin glazed partitioning system that can support various glass types and thicknesses, offering a flexible ‘designer’ product to the specification sector. It follows hot on the heels of the launch of its new Flush Glazed door collection, delivering on its launch promise to deliver lots of product innovation.
The Ocula FT80 offers a contemporary minimalist design with a low profile base and head track of just 26mm. It has the flexibility to be installed either as a full glass partitioning system, incorporating glass from 6-12mm, or with interspaced drywall panels and doors. The system offers a choice of toughened, laminate, acoustic or electric privacy glass with full manifestation options and polyester powder coated frames in over 200 RAL colours. One of its unique features is the optional frameless glazing mullion allowing manually controlled venetian blinds in the cavity, they come with encapsulated ends to eliminate any visible gap between the end of the blind and mullion. Automated blinds can be used as normal for a continuous fully frameless configuration. The frameless glazing mullion allows the use of more cost effective glazing configurations to achieve high acoustics, such a 6mm and 10mm toughened to achieve 42dB Rw at 2700mm high. What’s more, our range of frameless and framed glass doors, flush glazed doors and timber doors can all be offered either standard height or full height into our hamonised system door frame. FT80 not only offers great design flexibility, it shares common features and can therefore be used in combination with FS25, FT58 and FT105 systems. It also incorporates deflection heads that allow +/-15mm or +/-25mm movement and is fully re-locatable.
Ocula Systems provide full Partitioning support from design through to installation. Their team includes a network of specification consultants, experienced glass installers, project managers, estimators and design technicians based in eight regional hubs across the UK. The Ocula product is also available through the SIG Interior branch network.