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Church chooses electrically operated partition

Church chooses electrically operated partition

Beehive Folding Partitions have provided an accordion folding partition for a church in Oxford. As part of remodelling works to the first floor, the church wanted to create a multi-purpose area which would be used for the large congregation to hold their main worship services, and smaller separate groups to have individual classes.

The ideal solution was an accordion folding partition. Limited space at one end meant the partition would all need to stack at the other end where a recess made stacking the partition out of sight achievable. Given the length of the partition it was decided to use a motorised door that could be operated by a simple key switch- rather than churchgoers having to struggle moving a large door manually.

The installation has proved very effective allowing the spaces to be separated, or opened up at the flick of a switch. One Church member commented ‘I am really impressed; the door is so easy to use’.

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