Single or double layer
Single layer walls are lighter and take up less space, while double layer walls have better rigidity and sound insulation. For optimum soundproofing we recommend double layer models such as the T2000 or T8000.
The vertical edges of the curtain can be installed inside a recess or behind a valance for improved stability and sound insulation. Sound traps work best with our dual-layer walls.
Our acoustic wall systems are specially designed to neutralise flutter echo and reduce reverb, making them ideal for school halls, indoor stadiums and other large, noisy environments.
Unlike other brands, Saxi offers installation early in the building phase, even on unfinished concrete floors. This gives the customer a lot more flexibility with project scheduling.
Our curtain walls can assemble discretely inside a ceiling cavity or behind a ceiling-mounted valance. (An inspection hatch might be required, depending on the project.)
All Saxi double layer curtain walls have riveted seams, meaning the PVC sheets are riveted to aluminium profiles inside the walls. Riveted seams offer far better durability than the sewn seams used by other brands.
Remote motor placement
Saxi double layer walls use a wire drive system that allows a lot of flexibility when it comes to positioning the motor. The motor can be located under the floor, in a wall cavity or even in an adjoining room.
Player safety zone
To minimise the risk of personal injury in sports halls and indoor stadiums, Saxi curtain walls are designed with a built-in player safety zone. The wall is free of hard structures or joints to a height of 2,3 metres, reducing the risk of impact injury.
Multiple suspension systems
Our double layer walls are available with a choice of shaft or wire suspension. The shaft system uses a fixed axel and can be bolted or clamped to most existing ceiling structures. The wire system is recommended for new projects, as it has faster installation, faster lifting times and lower maintenance costs.