Structure: the aluminium frame profile has plastic caps on the angles. The caps can be simple or connect several frames that develop through space in a 2-, 3- or 4-way configuration. In the bookcase version, uprights are connected by cross tie-rods that make the structure stable and solid.
Partitions: they can be made of melamine in a white, grey or wood-like finish – this latter available in white wood-grain finish, Manhattan cherry, Canaletto walnut, light and dark oak, and the new Termocotto finish. The fabric version comes in the range of high-resistance fabrics offered by MECO while the glass version is made of a double frosted panel that can also come with melamine or fabric inserts.
Accessories: a terminal foot is used for the panel to be stiffer and stabilized at the ends. In case of several partitions placed side by side to make a long and straight wall configuration, an intermediate foot is used as shared support between two panels. Each panel can be levelled by means of adjusting feet located on the ground plastic supports (two for each panel). These same plastic supports are used to fix the panels on the worktop to create partitions having the technical characteristics of the wall configuration.