Designed for space

Parthos Folding Doors

For more than forty years, Parthos has been the most versatile manufacturer of movable wall systems. Especially suitable to the development of flexible space-saving solutions for hotels, congress and convention centers, schools, restaurants, shopping centers and commercial buildings, Parthos Wood Folding Doors Palace give space a new dimension.

The Palace series, especially, is proof of this: a durable movable wall that is extremely easy to operate. In addition to the standard models Palace 80, 90 and 110, Parthos offers many other possibilities, all of them functional and fire-resistant, if required. The design can be tailored seamlessly to your project. For instance, if you wish to divide a room without any loss of sound insulation and transparency, our latest model Transpalace may offer the best solution.

From tiny offices to huge conference halls: the stylish, functional Palace movable walls will enable you to divide a large space into smaller units. Thanks to Parthos’ extensive experience with bearing technology and the rolling properties of a variety of different materials, they can find a high-quality, durable rail and trolley construction for every application that will also ensure an optimal ease of operation. (Floor guidance mechanisms will not be an obstruction to your floor.)

Stability as well as perfect sound insulation: two typifying characteristics of Palace walls. The spindle mechanism and the so-called acoustic pressure sleeves secure the different panels firmly between the floor and the track. In addition, the parking possibilities are virtually unlimited.

The Palace 90, featured here, is a paradigm of robust custom work. In spite of its slim look, the Palace 90 displays an extensive package of functional characteristics. Furthermore, this type of wall is suited to every (working) environment. The inlayed aluminium border profiles give it an especially stylish look.

Properties include:

  • Sound insulation from 37 to 48 dB Rw;
  • Maximum height 4.1 metres;
  • New EPDM pressure sleeve end pieces for improved acoustic properties;
  • Standard version with inlayed profiles;
  • Stable and self-supporting frame construction;
  • Enormous flexibility thanks to a broad range of panel models;
  • Attractively priced;
  • Very easy to operate;
  • High-quality track and trolley system.
Parthos Wood Folding Doors Palace
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