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Maximum storage minimum effort

Delivering high volume storage, the KM3 Storagewall from Komfort Workspace saves up to 30% of floor space, making it the ideal solution for floor space and storage optimisation in today’s office environment.

The fully flexible Storagewall not only integrates seamlessly with all of Komfort’s other partitioning ranges, it also acts as a partition wall. The result is that the storage facility can be utilised in a number of ways to suit individual office needs and, should those needs change due to staffing alterations or different working practices, the KM3 Storagewall can be easily relocated to another area.

Furthermore, should the design of the office change, the back panels are completely interchangeable with the range of doors and bespoke designs are available. For example, it is possible to put graphics on the front of the doors to create a unique office design.

The storage units come with a 35mm recessed head detail and 65mm at the base as standard. This recessed head complements the Komfort partitioning head track, creating continuous flowing lines throughout the office. The interior of the KM3 Storagewall has also been designed to offer maximum storage capability featuring tool free installation, so anyone can reconfigure the internal layout quickly and easily. The internals have also been constructed using steel to provide additional strength and each individual unit has a loading capacity of 40kg or 240kg per module.

Mick O’Callaghan Managing Director at Komfort said:“The whole KM3 Storagewall is designed to be as flexible as possible, with easily interchangeable doors, and a wide selection of colour finishes, handles and locks. In a time of increased rental costs, the KM3 Storagewall delivers a functional, practical solution to help businesses make the most of precious floor space.”


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This article was published on 4 Jan 2012 (last updated on 4 Jan 2012).

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