Where and how you want the panels to stack?
Spacial Concepts utilises a number of proven tracking and trolley systems. Choice of the most suitable is a specialised issue and depends on stacking needs, panel details and the track layout. The specification below focuses on the stacking requirements and we will advise the best suited track and trolley system.

Centre Stack
A Simple straight track. Each panel is suspended from a central trolley and typically hinged in pairs. Often closed by a jamb hung pass-door.

Centre Stack

PROS:
Economical, quick to set it up. Beam work is straight forward.

CONS:
Panels have to remain stacked on the main track.

Side Stack
Single panels are suspended from 2 carriers at the top corners of each panel. Panels stack with one carrier remaining on the main track and the other in the side track.

Side Stack

PROS:
Single panels are easier to move. Flexibility to stack to the side of the track and to negotiate junctions.

CONS:
Beam work is needed over the side track.

Remote Stack
Panels have omnidirectional carriers to negotiate X, L or T junctions and panels are stacked completely away from the main track, sometimes in a cupboard or recess.

Remote Stack

PROS:
Panels can be stacked away form the main track, useful in complex layouts.

CONS:
Extra tracking and beamwork required.
Inexperienced users can get panels out of order on large installations.