Domino Lightweight Operable Glass Partitions
DOMINO, by Oddicini, is the answer to all the requirements of a physical, not visual, partition of the spaces and is the perfect acoustic room divider.
Thanks to Domino's silent sliding system, its thin structure (in anodized aluminium) and simple sliding of the seals allows a light and transparent closure.
The vertical profiles, studied for the safety control of the inside glazed panels and for the edging of the elements, are coupled with male/female system. The glass (or the covering material) is completely enclosed within the aluminium frame: it is applied to it, not mechanically bound, allowing therefore a wide range of finishings alternatives.
Each element has two sliding rubber blocks, linked to mobile seals with soft gaskets: through a pression on them , the locking mechanism start to work and allows the locking in positions of the elements.
A sliding-revolving closure panel or, in alternative, a pass door fixed to the wall can be the last element to be locked when you need to close the rooms. More, you can insert a pass door element in any point of the partition.
DOMINO DUO is the evolution of DOMINO operable partition with blind panels and is a perfect acoustic room divider.
In this version the covering panels are placed outside of the aluminium frame for added aesthetics.
When the partition is closed there are no visible aluminium profiles and the continuity of the covering panels surface is granted by the perfect alignment of the elements.
The vertical profiles, studied for for the edging of the elements, are coupled with male/female system and the finishing panels are completely enclosed within the aluminium frame. Each element has two sliding rubber blocks, linked to mobile seals with soft gaskets: through a pressure on them, the locking mechanism start to work and allows the locking in positions of the elements.
The last element of the partition has one more moving telescopic mechanism, with a side sliding. This mechanism is manually operated by a control placed on a side of the element itself.