Animated Room Divider

Move and position our animated room divider into a configuration that fits your application. Try it! It’s fun and easy to use!

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Why Choose Heavy Duty Room Dividers?

Screenflex heavy duty room dividers appear similar to our Standard Screenflex Room Divider product line. And for most industries, we usually recommend our Standard Room Divider. However, for industrial environments, our heavy duty divider is the best option.  These dividers withstand the most challenging conditions found in most commercial facilities.

Durable Yet Portable

Screenflex Heavy Duty Dividers roll easily across uneven surfaces with ease.  This includes parking lots, in and out of elevators, and over thresholds.  We recommend using heavy duty room dividers in high-traffic areas like airports, convention centers, hotels or sporting venues.

Built to Last

What makes our Heavy Duty Dividers so superior? They built with extra-wide caster legs for superior panel support, extra-strong full-length panel hinges, steel reinforcing gusset plates, oversized dual-ball-bearing casters, standard multi-unit connectors, and added steel crossbar support framing on the end frame. All these features combined, produce the sturdiest industrial room dividers you can buy. More importantly, because this class of commercial accordion room dividers can handle unusually challenging conditions, we proudly designate it as the toughest room divider.  Shop for your commercial room dividers partitions and place your order today!
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