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Flexible space dividers for schools

CS supplied CS OvertakingDoors cavity sliders for two new childcare centres in Auckland recently. The large stacking door systems enable the flexibility to easily open up or close off the large central spaces as required.

The CS NewYorker door leaf was used for both centres. These doors work well with the OvertakingDoors system and the doors are connected so that there is no need for floor tracks or guides through the opening, and this combination is becoming a popular choice for architects wanting to specify a complete solution for schools, pre-schools and childcare centres throughout Australia and New Zealand.

Clear glass has been fitted to the doors, allowing natural light flow and visibility for staff. The door frames are powder coated to complement the rest of the interior and fitted with custom finish CL400 Magnetic handles which can be latched closed if required.

Standard SpaceMaker cavity sliders were also supplied for the bathrooms and sleep areas. The addition of vision panels in the doors and CaviLock CL200 handles fitted higher than usual on the door ensure suitability for the location.






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