We can add electrical passthroughs to accomodate your electrical cords.
We can "ANGLE" the top for attic applications.
LC panels are custom made, to meet your specific needs
you Stephen Cross at Bardex Corporation for these nice shots. This is a multicolored
system using our acoustic fabric
Standard LC partitions
LC Partition. The LC panel consists of a solid foam core, that is fire
rated, waterproof and sound absorbant. We use a fire resistant textured cloth
surface for the exterior, and finally, we use a specially extruded 6063 airscraft
grade aluminum frame, with an anodized surface, in Satin or Black. Each panel
is 2.25" thick.
Lightweight: 4'x6' panel weighs 12.5 lbs.
Sound Absorbant: .36 NRC
Tackable: Fabric surface will accept pins, tacks, and post-it
Waterproof: Nothing to rust or get waterlogged
Custom sized: We make them to accomodate your size needs
Up to 4'x6' only $129 each
4'x6' and 4'x10" only $209 (LC Supersize)
LC office panels can stand horizontal or vertical or any combination. All sides
can connect. They can easily and quickly connect to each other from any side,
at any angle, in any configurations, vertical or horizontal, or stand alone
using our LC legs. These panels can beautifully accent your office. Perfect
for an office that gets rearranged from time to time. LC Panels are designed
for the businessperson who wants to quickly divide up an office without spending
a fortune. No tools or assembly required. These panels are easy to carry and
set-up with "snap in" connectors, and rearrange later. LC Office Panels
are strong and attractive enough to be permanent if so desired. Each LC Panel
is assembled using removeable screws. You can actually take the panel apart
and remove the fabric surface for washing (or replacing) and put it back on
once it's clean.
Absorbed by panel
NRC (noise reduction coefficient) test
data for standard LC Panel (Size tested; 4'x6')
Standard LC panel rating: .36 NRC
is good absorbtion qualities between 1000 htz and 2000 htz. This is the frequency
found most prevailant in a typical office environment..
NRC test is nationally recognized as a standard scientific test to determine
how much sound an object absorbs. Test procedures are as follows:
A sound frequency is generated (with a tone generator) inside of a test room.
The sound signal is cut, and the sound "decay" is measured. (how
long it takes for the sound to die) by a computer.. This test is done for
6 frequencies: 125, 250, 500, 1000, 2000, and 4000 htz. The rate of sound
decay is noted for each sound frequency. This is considered the baseline decay
Then, the panel is placed inside the room and the test is performed again,
at the same 6 frequencies. The new decay rates are noted.
The new decay rates are shorter (in fractions of seconds) because the panel
will absorb some sound. You calculate the difference between the baseline
decay rates and the new rates, and the difference (in %) is what the panel
absorbed for each frequency. Then you calculate the average of the middle
4 frequencies for a final result. This is called the NRC acoustic rating.
About the NRC Test
Although the LC panel absorbs sound well, in it's standard
form, there are cases where extra sound absorbtion might be needed, as in
sound recording rooms, etc. We can offer this feature.
Extra sound absorbtion. LC Panels can be equipped with
our special "sound boards" laminated under the cloth surface if
desired. This surface absorbs sound well, and blocks sound transfer because
the weight of the panel is tripled. The result is a .46 NRC rating which equates
to a 25% increase in sound absorbtion. Great sound blockage. The charge is
$69 extra per panel.
Panels can be 'stacked" for a unique look.
are L-shaped panels. (add $20 for L shape) These can be snapped onto a desk
or table. Part of the panel can extend to the floor if desired (as shown). You
specify the size (up to certain maximums), and the "cutout" size,
then color or surface, and we'll make your panels.
color selection. On the left are some examples of some solid colors that
we can provide. The panel frames are anodized aluminum, silver or black, which
will never chip, crack, or peel. Going in the attic? We can angle the top..
Add $30 per panel
a pass-through port for extension cords or video cable The cost is
$20 extra per panel.
offer doors w/frames. ($350 for 30"W, $375 for 36"W) The door
comes with a lockable knob and keys. We make the door frames quite strong because
the door is a standard door, not a flimsy lightweight. This way, if it ever
gets damaged, you can get a standard replacement locally. (Home Depot or Lowes).
The doors available are plain flat, or a nice contured door. We can also ad
a window if needed
Acrylic panels. Shown are examples of acrylic panels. Semi or full sizes,
single or double pane. Acrylic is available in clear, smoked, various colors,
translucent or opaque. Here's a price example: $279 for a 4'x8", up to
1/2 acrylic. Add $30 for double pane version.
is an example of a sliding window panel, with a screen. We can put this type
of window anywhere in the panel, and many sizes are available, usually in 12"
increments. This panel also featured our E-panel conduits for electricity.
this large acrylic panel.We still have the protective film over the acrylic.
This panel has double electrical conduits mounted low in the panel, and overall,
it measures 6'x6'.
or double pane acrylic framing. The double pane blocks sound better. The single
pane costs $30 less per panel. The price varys with the amount of acrylic needed.
Fax or email your preferred dimensions, and we'll quote it for you.
or double pane acrylic windows
Carts, for shipping and moving. There is no size limit. We can make
them any size, horizontal or vertical. We make them easy to load/unload, and
they can be lockable. They can even be stackable if needed. We normally employ
a metal frame with painted wood siding. They are strong, and economical. Prices
can range from $700 to $1500 for the really big ones.
are some pictures of dry erase LC office panels. As you can see, we can make
the dry erase almost any size, and put it anywhere in the panel. Also shown
are some really cool panels that use green metallic vinyl with charcoal cloth.
A series of these were done for Free Software
Foundation. Very creative people over there.
is a picture of a "notched" panel. If you have pipes or ledges in
your wall, we can still get the panel to fit that wall.
printing on the fabric can be done. The image can span across multiple panels
for a great look
woven fabrics. The below fabrics are about 1/8" thick and is more
sound absorbant than woven fabrics. It is also hydrophobic, meaning that it
resists the absorbtion of liquids. This makes it especially good for panels
since it repels liquid stains. Like our woven fabrics, it can be cleaned with
soap and water, and is machine washable. LC Polar Fleece is made from recycled
Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) and is considered "green".
Toppers. These shelf units that sit on your desk to increase desk space.
We can make these in any shape, double deckers, etc. No drilling is required
for mounting. They can be installed or taken off anytime. They weight around
30 lbs, and can support several hundred lbs. They are handy for large printers,
scanners, or office supplies, etc. The shelf is normally a white melamine surface,
with a black circumferential rubber bumper, and the frame can be painted any
color. $165 each for most average sizes. Really big ones cost more.
Tone panels. These office panels feature dual colors, on the same side.
We can divide the colors in a creative way. Mulple colors are possible.
tone panels with...decorations
nice photos from satisfied customers
system was basically a very large rectangle spanning 80'x100', with 12 large
internal rooms, all 10' tall
brick surface, with blue fabric on the other side, for Catalyst Designs.
Laminate panel. This one uses a wood laminate on the bottom, a beige laminate
in the middle, and a window at the top. The height is 10 feet. Special design
for Texas A&M University. Price was $575 each.
A&M installed our LC panel system, and it looks good. We supplied contoured
A&M project included these LC E panels.
naugahyde surface supplied by customer, black frames and conduits. This was
prewired too. Nice unique look.
flat panel door with a window.
you Dena Brennan at FRD Communications for these photos. Dena went with our
"Cracked Ice" acrylic windows with a charcoal woven fabric. They looked
so good, we almost kept them for ourselves.
Insurance in Miami FL just needed some tall partitions to provide some extra
privacy and sound reduction. Thank you Roxana Soto for those photos.
Class A fire rating
Core: ASTM D1929
CA TB 117
from Unitarian Universalist Congregation in McHenry IL. Thank you Antoinette
Jasoita. Nice installation. Notice in the upper picture, we added a window to
office panels, your way
On behalf of cubicle dwellers everywhere, we think that cubicles should nclude
certain features that make cubicle exsistence more exciting.
1) A Full size La Z boy recliner on powered wheels, instead of that tiny
2) A Remote controlled taser gun pointed at the cubicle guest chair, in case
a visitor overstays their welcome.
3) Automatic voice that says "Thats a great idea" whenever
you state a new idea.
4) Clap on, clap off, foot massager at the base of your cubicle desk
5) Cubicle periscope, so that you can monitor the activities ofyour neighbors.
6) Mini golf tee and hole, so that you can stimulate the creative juices
by swinging the golf club in the mornings
7) The battleship game built into one cubicle panel, so that you can play,
"Sink your Battleship" with a co-worker.
8) Bigger, more powerful shredder so that you can shred a phone book, just
9) Taller 108" cubicle walls to increase the privacy of your cubicle
10) Black and red leopard skin surface, to raise the excitment level of the