A "Tunnel Door" is a sliding door designed for no overhead obstruction that rolls on the floor rather than hanging from a track. A "Tunnel Door" can be retro-fitted to standard sliding door openings.
Doors for WireCrafters Style 840 wire partitions are designed to be installed with door posts. These posts allow stock hinged and sliding doors (except Dutch style doors) to be universal - mounted inside or outside swing/slide, and left or right handed.
No, the terms are used interchangeably.
Generally speaking, the diameter of 10 gauge wire is slightly larger than 1/8 of an inch.
Adjustable panels are used in layouts that can not be accurately measured, and are designed to fit in between a post or building wall to close gaps at the end of a run of partitions.
You can add a ceiling to your cage or enclosure at any time. However, if you are considering adding a clear spanned ceiling, you should plan for it in your original layout. Depending on the width of your enclosure, we may need to position posts directly opposite of each other in order to support ceiling tubes for attaching the ceiling panels.
Yes, we use the same panels for walls and ceilings; there is no difference between the two.
Our standard sweep space for 5'-3 1/4"H & 8'-5 1/4"H barrier is 3 1/4"H. Other sweep space dimensions are available.
Yes, panels can be mounted at nearly any height off of the floor. This does require changing the standard hole layout on the posts; a modification best done in our manufacturing facility.
The sweep space is the open area between the floor and the bottom of the panels. It is designed into the system for housekeeping purposes (i.e. cleaning floors, etc.). A sweep space is not required and determining if one is needed depends on your specific application.
Why are stock heights listed 5-1/4″ taller than the nominal wall height? (i.e. 8’5-1/4″ instead of 8′-0″)
WireCrafters lists the overall height of the partition, which includes a 3-1/4" sweep space beneath the wire partition panels, the 8' panel, and 2" post projection above the wire panels for a total height of 8'5-1/4".
No, all of our ceilings are non-load bearing.
No, we do not have impact ratings for our wire partition products.
Our panels install horizontally between tubular posts. Stack two or more panels between posts to reach the desired height. Stock sized panels come in widths of one (1) to ten (10) feet in one foot increments. Mount panels to posts with standard nuts and bolts (provided), or use tek screws. Anchor posts to floor using stud anchors (provided).