Kirei Introduces Three EchoPanel Modular Screen Systems
Kirei introduced three new EchoPanel reconfigurable partition systems. According to the company the EchoPanel acoustic panels absorb sound and are made from recycled plastic soda bottles. The company also states that the modular systems enable quick and easy reconfiguring. EchoPanel system components may be reused over and over, and at the end of their life may be recycled into new material. EchoPanel is produced from recycled and recyclable PET, is GreenTag certified and is a low-VOC product. Every EchoPanel panel is 60 percent recycled plastic. And because EchoPanel is 100 percent PET plastic, at the end of its life it can be recycled.
The Wrap Screen (pictured above) is a “Kit of Parts” that enables you to build whatever configuration of modular decorative acoustic screen you want, from three panels to 30. Panel Heights are 55 in. or 65 in. tall with a variety of shapes and use six standard connectors plus the new Pivot hinged joiner to allow for a nearly infinite variety of shapes. They are available in six shapes: End Tall, Flat Tall, Step Up, Flat Short and End Short; and three colors.
The Paling is a simpler, taller panel system. End and Center panels can be configured using standard joiners as movable walls, presentation tack walls, screens or enclosures. They are available in End Panel and Mid Panel.
The Platoon is the newest of the EchoPanel Modular partitions. It is suitable for offices, schools and anywhere that a modular screen can help divide space and control sound. Platoon screen systems come pre-packaged as a set with 10 ABS plastic pivot joiners in two colors. Platoon comes in four colors.
The Pivot Joiners fold 360 degrees for a variety of standing configurations and enables pack-flat storage of complete systems when not in use.
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