3000 Series Operable Walls
- Premium sound control – Up to 56 STC.
- 4” panel thickness.
- Welded steel frames, steel skins.
- Superior panel durability.
- ADA pass doors.
- Multiple panel storage options.
- Panel heights to 30 feet *.
- Unlimited opening widths.
- Unlimited panel finish options
- Invisible Hinges – (optional).
- 3000 GL – insulated glass units, certified 43 & 48 STC.
The industry’s premium performance steel panel operable wall, engineered at 4” panel thickness and manufactured for rugged durability to fit openings up to 30’ tall, and in unlimited opening widths. Series 3000 steel panels are certified by independent acoustical laboratory testing to achieve the industry’s best-in-class acoustic performance up to 56 STC.
Series 3000 steel panel operable walls from Kwik-Wall provide maximum versatility for complex layout and panel storage challenges in large conference rooms, multi-purpose facilities, hospitality meeting spaces, and convention centers.
Performance-proven in high-use facilities around the world, when your project demands the best, Kwik-Wall Series 3000 operable walls deliver.
Looking to add a clear viewing aesthetic to your operable walls while still maintaining premium sound control? Optional 3000 GL Series panels offer sealed, dual-glazed high-performance insulated glass units (43 & 48 STC), that are compatible and interchangeable with solid 3000 Series panels. (See Operable Wall Product Downloads for more information)
Kwik-Wall track and carrier systems are precision-engineered to support panel weights based on the STC panel construction and partition height, facilitating smooth, quiet panel operation across track joints. Type 425 and 850 clear anodized aluminum track extrusions and Type 850 Steel Track deliver clean, crisp lines at your track and ceiling interface.
Kwik-Wall backs all of our track and carrier systems with an industry-best 10-year warranty, so you can be confident they will provide continuous service for your operable walls!
* Paired Panel Max. Height 14’2”
Note: HPL and Veneer Finishes require acoustic substrate application which affects STC options.