Who Needs Floor Tracks?

Because of the way our interior movable wall systems are designed and engineered, we don't have the need for floor tracks. Just like you don't have the need to trip and fall, we don't have the need for floor tracks. One of our Hufcor Marketing Product Managers, Rick Woods explains why.
Dec
20
2017

Because of the way our interior movable wall systems are designed and engineered, we don’t have the need for floor tracks. Just like you don’t have the need to trip and fall, we don’t have the need for floor tracks at Hufcor. One of our Hufcor Marketing Product Managers, Rick Woods explains why.

Who Needs Floor Tracks?

Because of the way our interior movable wall systems are designed and engineered, we don't have the need for floor tracks. Just like you don't have the need to trip and fall, we don't have the need for floor tracks. One of our Hufcor Marketing Product Managers, Rick Woods explains why.

The Science of Sound Part VII: Beating Flanking Paths

The first step to beating flanking paths is to look at how all of the elements work together from floor to roof-the partition, the space between the ceiling and the roof, the floor, even HVAC ductwork can help or hinder flanking paths.

The Science of Sound Part VI: Flanking Paths

Shoddy construction, customary construction practices, or poor installation of the partition can all contribute to the leaks, known as flanking paths.