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The stabilising wing is essentially a wave screen turned on its end and connected to the end of a run of screens. The benefit of this wing is not only visual but also gives the run of screens substantially more strength and stability. The stabilising wing is the practical finishing touch to most office settings.


The Division wave top is a cost effective way of giving your office a personal touch. The wave top can be used on either freestanding or desk top Division screens, providing the width of the screen is 1200 mm or over. Its gradual wave creates great aesthetics.


All Division screens now have the ability to accept power and data services. With its slim line design the ducting allows power and data to be sent through to any part of the screen. It is possible to hard or soft wire this system. The ducting has been designed so that the flexibility of Division screens will not be compromised. Ducting can be fitted to the screen at desk height or skirting height depending on personal preference.


Division glazing has obvious aesthetic features. However, it does serve a practical function as well. It enables light to pass through the screen creating a brighter working environment. It also allows a sense of visual communication which could be necessary in a number of situations. With two options of glazing inside or added on top of the screen using chrome brackets, glazing can also reduce the sense of isolation within a working area.


Surface space is a commodity that almost every work area cannot do without. To increase work space Division has a range of shelves that are screen mounted, thus keeping work areas to a maximum. Division shelving combines a timber shelf with laser cut brackets which simply ‘hook’ over the top of a Division screen, thus providing strong shelving that can be relocated to any other Division screen with ease.


The latest edition to the accessories range is the ‘Ned Kelly’ tool bar. Using the same ‘hook’ on method as the shelving the tool bar is easy to place and move. The toolbar is used in conjunction with paper trays, pen holders, phone book trays etc.


An innovative method of providing stability to freestanding settings. The round laser cut foot is dished to provide maximum support to screens. Perfect for heavy traffic areas and easily fitted. 

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