Collapsible content

Question 1: Why is the standard width of the panels 60cm?

Standard wood plates are always 122cm wide. With panels of 60cm wide, we limit the residual material in the production.

The width of the interior space of trucks is 245cm. In this way the panels ensure optimal use of space in transport and so we reduce more CO2.

Question 2: Why are there three standard heights: 115cm,175cm, 230cm?

Panels of 115cm high

These are ideal for transport.

They even fit in a car and fit perfectly on a euro pallet.

With the plinth heigth of 10cm, this panel of 115cm is ideal for low partition walls on trade fairs or office walls of 125 cm high. (10 + 115cm)

The panels can also be built on top of each other. Together with the plinth of 10 cm height, so you can easily transport and build a stand of 240 cm high (10 + 115 + 115 cm).


Panels of 175cm high

These are ideal to combine with the 115cm panels.

Together with the plinth  of 10cm you get a wall of 300cm height (10 + 175 + 115cm).

With two panels of 175cm and the plinth you create a height of 360cm (10 + 175 + 175cm)


Panels of 230 cm high

Together with the plinth of 10cm, these panels are 240cm, the optimal standard height for trade fairs.With these panels you can build exhibition stands very efficiently and quickly.

The 230cm panels are also ideal for transport.

The width of the interior space of trucks is 245cm. In this way, there is an optimal use of space and we reduce more CO2.

The panels can be built on top of each other.

Together with the plinth of 10 cm height, you can easily create a stand of 355 cm, 415 cm or 470 cm high (10 + 230 + 115cm / 10 + 230 +  175cm / 10 + 230 +230cm).

Question 3: Why is the thickness of the panels only 45mm?

The core of the base panels is 40mm. This is the ideal size for use of material, stability and solidity.

The composite outer plates are 2.5 mm thick. The thickness of the outer plates has been reduced to a minimum to limit material use.

The composite plates, made from recycled fibers, are very hard. This makes the Connection Walls panels very light and strong. This makes it possible to mount anything anywhere, up to 50 kg per panel.

Question 4: Why use skirting boards?

No exhibition floor is perfectly flat. To create a flat surface we use the Connection Walls skirting boards. With the leveling feet, the skirting boards are set to the correct height.

Why only skirting boards of 120cm and 180cm?

With skirting boards of 120cm and 180cm, all combinations can be formed. We always start with a minimum of 2 panels (of 60cm wide). For this we use the plinth of 120cm. For three panels we use a plinth of 180cm. For four panels we use two pints of 120cm and so on.

Question 5: How can the panels be easily repaired?

The upper and lower connectors of the panels are bolted to the base panel. If there is damage to the corners, they can easily be replaced and the panels will last longer.

Question 6: Why the connecting hooks are made with metal?

The connecting hooks are made of metal to avoid wear.

When assembling and disassembling the Connection Walls, the hooks are first connected to each other. With metal hooks, there is no wear and tear. In this way, the Connection Walls are long lasting.

Question 7: Can the fabric canvas be recycled?

Yes! Because the Connection Walls are full panels, we do not have to use 'block-out' canvases. These are canvases with an extra dark layer to prevent light from passing through.

The tendon cloths of Connection Walls therefore can be recycled.