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WireWorks Panel System

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Info Sheet - Overhead LED Task Light
Info Sheet - 66-Inch Sliding Door Kit
Technical Info
Assembly Instructions - Adjustable Wall Start
Planning Guide - Rolling Screen Door
Assembly Instructions - Wheelchair Height Countertop
Assembly Instructions - Universal Overhead
Assembly Instructions - LED Task Light
Technical Planning Specifications - LED Task Light
Assembly Instructions - Wall-Mounted Load Bar
Technical Specifications - Communication Components
Assembly Instructions - Top Cap Trim In-Line Splice
Parts List
Product Specifications
Assembly Instructions - Off-Module Panel Components
Assembly Instructions - Balance Overhead Cabinet
Installation Instructions - Sail With Ambient Light
Assembly Instructions - Plastic Horizontal Light Block
Installation Instructions - Power Panel
Assembly Instructions - Panel Kit
Assembly Instructions - Worksurface Reconfiguration with Cantilever Brackets
Installation Instructions - Panel Door
Assembly Instructions - New York Infeed
Assembly Instructions - U-Clip for Laminate End
Installation Instructions - IT Panel
Assembly Instructions - Pull Out Worksurface Storage
Installation Instructions - Panels With Basic Acoustic/Tackable Tiles
Installation Instructions - Shelf/Cabinet Task Light
Assembly Instructions - Base Raceway Center Support
Installation Instructions - Marker Tile
Assembly Instructions - Tech Panel
Assembly Instructions - Panel System
Installation Instructions - "810" 10-wire Electrical System
Assembly Instructions - Rolling Screen Door
Assembly Instructions - Power Pole to Panel Trim
Assembly Instructions - Panels with Enhanced Horizontal Rails
Assembly Instructions
Disassembly Instructions - Rolling Door
Disassembly Instructions - Fabric Panel
Parts List - Communications Components
Environmental Info
Environmental Data Sheet
Design Resources
CAD/Revit Symbols
Planning Guide
Worksurface Bracket Guidelines - Cantilever & Worksurface Support
Product Overview

Features & Highlights

  • Delivers the freedom to plan and change space efficiently with expansive build-to-spec offerings and limitless configurations
  • Adaptive design provides exceptional flexibility
  • Ideal for environments that require extensive segmentation, wire management or frequent reconfiguration
  • Supports efficiency and productivity with integrated tables, overheads and shelving
  • Readily compatible with other KI systems and furnishings
  • Available with a variety of storage, task light and panel accessory options
  • Accommodates all standard types of cables
  • Every panel has plenty of interior space to store excess cabling
  • Allows addition of power/data access tiles after installation
  • Mix or change tiles within the same frame
  • Tile options include acoustic, tackable fabric, steel, markerboard or glass
  • Doors are available in standard 36" widths as well as ADA-compliant 42" widths
  • Segmented and half-segmented panels accommodate off-module storage and worksurface connectors

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  • Panels are non-progressive such that a panel in the middle of a run can be removed without disturbing adjacent panels or wiring
  • Panels accommodate lay-in wiring of 24 each Category 5, UTP cables in the top trough, under the panel trim, as standard
  • Fabric panels available with Noise Reduction Coefficients of .65 and .80 in heights of 30", 42", 48", 54", 66" and 84", with a thickness of 3-1/2"
  • Glass tiles are available in heights of 12", 18", 24", 30", 36", 42", 48", 54", 60", 66", 72", 78" and 84"; widths of 12", 18", 24", 30", 36", 42" and 48"; and are 1.4" thick tempered, white laminate, or tinted
  • Perforated steel tiles are constructed of 20-gauge steel with 3/32" diamater holes on 5/32" staggered centers and perforated on front along with four edges
  • Steel marker tiles are constructed of 22-gauge solid steel with honeycomb core adhered to back of tile to dampen sound
  • Veneer tiles are constructed of a natural maple veneer face and ends stained in a minimum of four finishes and adhered to a 1/2" particle board core
  • Power is supplied through an 810 electrical system
  • Worksurfaces are available with high-pressure laminate

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Product Story
WireWorks office panel system is like none other, with its unsurpassed creative freedom, power and data management, and ability to reconfigure even after installation. 

WireWorks panel system offers unequaled creative freedom. Monolithic and segmented tiles, in a variety of acoustical tackable, steel or glass finishes, all work within the same frame. Segments as small as 6" can be incorporated in either direction horizontally or vertically to make a design statement using only tiles. Universal corner connectors keep inventory low by accommodating 90-degree, 3-way and 4-way intersections. WireWorks panel system has stacking sections that give you the freedom to build panel heights up to 12 feet. Create a private office with a door using panel stackers, and use creative tile options to add vitality and interest to the space inside. Step-down walls, integrated tables, and panel hung surfaces are also available. Plus, all WireWorks panels can be used as a spine wall to accommodate off-module panel connectors. All segmented panels can also accommodate off-module storage components.

WireWorks panel system manages power and data like no other system can. You can run wiring anywhere along the panel, even along the sides of windows or open frames. Every base raceway accommodates at least 48 cables, which are laid in with no threading. And don't worry about having to thread cables around corners with WireWorks. Lay over 200 Cat 5 UTP cables behind acoustic or steel tiles and around intersections. Every WireWorks panel has plenty of interior space to store excess cabling. Add visual interest while concealing power and data lines. Chimney tiles and stacking sections can bring power from a ceiling as high as 12 feet through panels to users, with an architectural structure hiding the cable chase in place of unsightly power poles.

Reconfiguration with WireWorks is a breeze. Tiles and even rails can be added or removed without dismantling existing panels. Want a shorter panel in the middle of a run? Just lift off the top horizontal panel and add trim instead. WireWorks panel system gives you the flexibility to change any panel to full glass or any combination of heights in six-inch increments from 30-84" high. You can even add power and data access tiles onsite, since the same frame supports them, too!

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