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Specifying Fire Rated Partitions?
Find out more about how we have developed our state-of-the-art partition systems to give the best protection against fire
See how we work with you from concept to completion
We have manufacturing facilities in the UK and Kuala Lumpur and over 30 years’ experience in the glass partitioning industry. We pride ourselves on offering exceptional service and beautifully designed glass partitions and doors which exude quality in every region we operate in. We are wholly dedicated to helping our clients create effective and innovative workspaces in some of the world’s most iconic buildings.
We are proud to have worked on glass partition projects for some of the world’s leading brands both in the UK and internationally.
Our products are fully tested and certified to offer ground-breaking acoustic ratings. From aesthetics to performance – we can help you to specify the perfect solution.
An array of resources to help you specify your projects, such as Designer’s Guides, Product Summaries, Acoustic Test Certificates and Acoustic Test Reports.
Optima’s experience is vast, working within a range of sectors over the past three decades, both across the country and internationally.
Use our 3D Interactive Product Tour and explore our Conference Room, Meeting Room and Quiet Room to see how our products can create varying acoustic environments.
Whether you’re planning a new project or working with existing Optima partitioning, our specially trained and highly experienced in-house teams are on hand to offer an exceptional quality service tailored to meet your specific glass partition requirements.
Optima is highly specialised and experienced in providing office partitioning to the commercial sector, acoustic glass partitioning for the media and recording industry as well as providing bespoke glass partitions within a range of sectors such as Pharmaceutical Research and Education.
The normal K30 specification for glass partitions routinely cites the requirement that partitions comply with BS 5234 which is intended for panel partitions, but that was published in 1992 and has not been revised since.
How do you meet the aesthetic requirements of your brief without compromising on fire safety?
Today, we use glass partitions to give the impression of an open space. Providing continuous views to either landscapes or a wider area.
Simona Bencini, Partner at Foster + Partners