Recently, a multinational manufacturer of tools invited companies to tender for mesh partitioning and shelving works at their UK site in Camberley, Surrey. The client had a requirement to:

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• Split the warehouse operation

• Create and section off a fire route

• Restrict access to certain operational areas

• Use anti-collapse mesh screening to the back of pallet racks to prevent products being dislodged whilst maintaining visibility

• Satisfy Health & Safety, Control, and Security requirements

Working in partnership via our distributor Avanta UK Ltd., Troax successfully tendered for the works offering a competitive and innovative solution to the client brief The project consisted of 5 runs of Caelum mesh, and a single run of Elan double skin solid steel partitioning with access door and double glazed vision panels with integrated blinds.

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The proposal included full 3D visuals so that the client could fully visualise the project, using the Troax Caelum range of mesh partitioning and anti-collapse panels. The Troax UX450 panel system was used, constructed from 30 x 20mm steel tube with 3.0mm vertical and 3.75mm horizontal wires. The mesh aperture was 50 x 50mm.

One of the mesh runs was a 4-sided screen that included a 2.9m wide linear cantilever sliding door – one of the first of its type to be installed in the UK.

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