Why DuraSound & DuraFlex Folding Partitions?

The most cost effective partition on the market.
DuraSound (acoustic) & DuraFlex (non-acoustic) aluminium accordion folding partitions increase building utility & flexibility by offering a range of sight and sound barrier solutions for your space division. Also known as room dividers, accordion walls and concertina doors. These versatile accordion partitions are very competitively priced, cost less to install and maintain, and last years longer than any other folding partition on the market.

Won-Door is the world’s largest manufacturer of Accordion Type Folding Partitions and is recognized worldwide as the industry leader in quality & design.

Won-Door Folding Partitions have been installed in hundreds of Education Facilities throughout New Zealand for over 30 years. Learn why Won-Door has become a trusted solution for area separation and room divisions requirements in New Zealand teaching environments!

Features of DuraSound & DuraFlex:

  • 100% locally manufactured here in New Zealand (and kiwi owned!)
  • They are light in weight (18kg/m2 for DuraSound & 9kg/m2 for DuraFlex)
  • Easy to operate and use
  • Extremely durable and hard wearing
  • No floor tracks
  • Minimum maintenance (with servicing recommended only every 3 years)
  • 3 Year Warranty

Features of DuraSound & DuraFlex Wall Dividers

Durability & Life Span

30+ year life span! With no internal parts to get damaged and patented v-grooved aluminium panels, Won-Door is designed to last as long as the buildings in which they are installed.

Smooth, effortless operation

Lightweight aluminium partitions are easy to operate (18kg m2 for DuraSound & 9kg m2 for DuraFlex).

Easy Installation

DuraSound to be installed by qualified personal with minimum inconvenience, while DuraFlex can be installed by customer or Won-Door personal if required.

In-Place Repairability

With simple tools, in-house maintenance staff can repair any damaged parts by simply removing and replacing panels, hinges or rollers.

No Floor Track

Won-Door’s design eliminates the need for troublesome floor tracks and exposed hardware.

Attractive and modern powder coat finishes available.

DuraSound & DuraFlex Room Dividing Configurations

Won-Door’s unique design provides numerous possibilities for dividing up spaces. From traditional Single Parting & Bi-Parting options to multiple doors intersecting.

DuraSound construction & acoustic performance

Won-Door DuraSound has an STC43 acoustic rating and is ideal for separating and dividing off areas where a sound barrier is required. DuraSound is commonly specified in Classrooms & Meeting Rooms, Conference Centres and many other applications where larger areas are divided into smaller multi-use spaces. DuraSound provides superior acoustic insulation and durability at a very cost effective price.

DuraSound acoustic partitions operate on a patented twin track system. Unlike other pantograph style partitions, DuraSound is engineered with no internal parts to get damaged or fail under operation. Won-Door DuraSound is a double walled aluminium partition with an internal air cavity designed to absorb a tremendous amount of abuse without showing a dent or scratch on the door. This air space between the two aluminium walls creates an effective cushion against even the most severe blows.

Available in heights up to 6m and virtually no limitations for width (for doors over 4m tall Motorization is recommended).

Acoustic Performance

DuraSound has an STC43 rating.
What is STC? Sound Transmission Class (STC) is an integer rating of how well a building partition attenuates airborne sound. Numerical values for STC are comparable to Rw values (Weighted Sound Reduction). As a guideline it is commonly accepted that an Rw33 (or STC33) rating is suitable for primary schools and small meeting rooms. While an Rw38 (or STC38) is appropriate for meeting rooms, church halls and classrooms.

The performance of an acoustic partition also depends on the building in which it is installed. Peripheral leakage can occur through the ceiling, floor or even through air conditioning vents and can limit the effectiveness of an acoustic partition.

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