When used as a solid wall system, M100 provides a wide range of options. For a monolithic, seamless look, plasterboards can be installed with a site applied tape and jointed finish – allowing for a final painted decorative finish or alternatively a fabric or vinyl wallcovering to be applied.
01 – Colour coded module trim profiles are used as board joints
02 – M100 shown here with magnetic, dry wipe steel faced boards
03 – Removable M100 top hat trim retains glass in place
04 – Horizontal transom from M100 allows partial height glazing with solid below
05 – 100mm x 27mm profiles are used as a base track
Where future relocatability may be needed, use of our aluminium module trim profiles between panels is encouraged. They allow easy dismantling and can be specified with a range of finishes including magnetic dry wipe boards, polyester powder coated steel faced panels or even real wood veneers. All wall finishes are retained within common perimeter framework, so the transition to modular panel glazing or fully frameless glazing is simple and effective.
M100 glazed elevations are based around a maximum 1200mm wide module, using 6mm – 8mm thick safety glass. Because it is framed on all four sides, high levels of strength can be achieved with relatively slender glass. This type of glazing offers a structured style that can be tailored to mirror the appearance of exterior curtain walling, if desired. If a frameless look is preferred, M100 solid walling can be twinned with p100 mullion free glazing instead. Another benefit of this configuration is that, in highly sensitive locations, p100 glass frontages can offer enhanced acoustic attenuation to match that of the solid M100 dividing walls.