Dry lining systems are suitable for many different types of building; new-build to restoration and refurbishment; traditional to contemporary styling.
Adjustments to height, thermal, fire, sound and vapour permeability performance are straightforward and easily achieved. There are assorted systems available, depending on the project requirements, and these enable a wide range of design objectives to be achieved whilst remaining cost-effective.
Methods of fixing vary, from direct bonding and metal furring, to wall liner systems. All are generally dictated by the condition of existing masonry. OCL Facades have extensive experience in this area and are able to offer sound advice in relation to suitability in any given location.
Partitioning is a simple and effective way in which to divide space in working, domestic or leisure environments. Non load-bearing, our metal stud partition systems comprise plaster boards screw-fixed to steel frames made up of lightweight studs and channels.
These systems can utilise the entire range of plasterboards, including fire resistance and sound reduction. The nature of the design of this system allows for fast and efficient erection, with the minimum of disturbance to surrounding areas.
OCL Facades are experts in fixing a range of systems designed and manufactured by Knauf, Siniat and British Gypsum, the three leading manufactures in the dry wall industry.
Glazed partitioning is becoming an increasingly popular form of sub-division of office and commercial space. We are able to offer this in a variety of different formats.
Frameless glass partitioning. A fully glazed dry-jointed frameless partition system, with translucent jointing panels presenting a streamline, smooth solution.
Independently suspended sliding door system. Incorporating corrosion resistant stainless steel components, this is suitable for use in glazed, solid or block- work partitioning systems. This system will accommodate curved glass with ease.
Demountable steel or hardwood trimmed partitions. Comprised of gypsum boards and assembled to a steel sub-frame of floor and ceiling tracks to provide a sharp, focused appearance. Snap in inserts show no visible fixings. A system incorporating hardwood cover trims provides an alternative natural, elegant finish.
Single and double glazing options with blinds are available, and both solid and glass doors can be incorporated within the system.