Large indoor display with a shallow depth

Using the "FN/FR" model range you can present a lot of information at once. Available for notices in sizes A3 to A0, the sliding-door wall panel offers much space at a depth of only 30 mm. A silver coloured, magnetic back wall, toughened safety glass, and safety lock are all practical features.

  • Toughened glass sliding doors
  • Low overall depth of only 30 mm
  • Magnetic and scratch-resistant rear wall
  • Anti-sliding lock
 

Our sliding-door wall panels are ideal for displaying a lot of information indoors. With a total depth of 30 mm and an internal usable depth of 10 mm, they present a low profile.
The frame is made of aluminium, which has been anodised in silver. The magnetic back wall is silver-coloured and scratch resistant. The rear panel can also be ordered as a writable board or corkboard.

While the "FN" model has pointed corners, the "FR" model comes with round corner joints made of durable die-cast zinc. The sliding doors are made of toughened single-pane glass and run on black plastic runners. An anti-sliding lock prevents unauthorized access.

Both notice board models are also suitable for stand mounting and have also been awarded the B1 class fire protection certificate. This provides more safety in case of fire.

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Technical Specs

Feature FN / FR
Place of installation for Indoors
Width from 500 mm to 1268 mm wide
Height from 377 mm to 920 mm high
Depth 30 mm outer depth
Display area up to DIN A0 horizontal
Material tempered safety glass
Surface finish aluminium silver anodised finish or colour coated
Corner shape mitred or zinc die cast corners
Opening type sliding doors
Mounting type wall or stand mounting
Lighting no
Interior heating no
Certification yes
Transport no kit
Rear panel, silver, white, blue, grey not scratch-resistant, silver
Lock from underneath from the front

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