Glass gives your partition walls a high-quality appearance and creates light, open rooms. Its soundproofing properties allow you to work undisturbed and in peace – ideal conditions for offices.Our glass partition walls are also available to comply with fire protection regulations. Irrespective of whether you wish to create colourful contrasts, integrate stencils or back paint transparent partitions – glass gives your imagination free rein!Fully glazed partition walls – a support-free construction in a range of different glazed designs creates airiness and transparency. Without vertical support this partition wall meets the most stringent structural performance criteria.We are delighted to have won the Best Business Innovation Award at the recent Sandwell Business Awards! We were given this great accolade for a project that not only created a world class manufacturing solution.Glass has invested in heat soaking capability for its Birmingham-based manufacturing facility. The investment will minimise the risk of a glass panel failing on site and see MiGlass become the first UK glass processor to provide video evidence that heat soaking has taken place.Glass has strengthened its sales and marketing team with two new appointments. Ezhilarasu joins us as our new sales director and Prasath Ashwin as sales manager. Fraser has more than 16 years’ experience of working in the construction industry gained at leading construction businesses including Jewson…Glass are pleased to have joined the National Association of Shopfitters. This important trade body actively promotes the highest levels of quality and professionalism across the retail fit out sector and is an important voice for the interests of Shopfitting contractors nationwide. Implementing glass partitions in your office can present many benefits. MiGlass are able to supply high-quality glass partitions to liven up your office space and add a little more finesse. There are many benefits that present themselves with glass partitions, however, there are a few notable benefitsThe simple answer is no. When partitions and/or doors are installed on-site, their performance may be affected by a number of factors.Whilst the installation may have been carried out as closely as possible to the standard and quality of that in the laboratory test, it is unreasonable to expect the on-site performance to be the same as the laboratory test performance.There is an understanding that fitted doors will not perform to the level of a laboratory test as there are too many variables, but attention to detail is critical, particularly through the door frame seals, in order to maximise the acoustic potential.
Optima is highly focussed on the need to get the acoustic performance right first time. To this end our site teams are trained to look out for the potential pitfalls we’ve looked at in this blog.
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