Abstract: An improved modular office screen assembly having a plurality of hollow rigid frame members supporting a central panel member is disclosed. The frame members can be interconnected through the use of connector members attached adjacent corner apertures that are dimensionally defined to receive a fastener member of a composite configuration. The fastener member has an upper part of a plastic shell to provide a planar surface contiguous with the frame member and a lower plate member to ensure both strength and retention capabilities to the fastener member.
Abstract: A modular wall panel fastener assembly is provided having a helical penetrating member attached to a mounting base with a annular recess. A grommet member is designed to interface with the penetrating member and to be mounted within the cavity for securing objects to compressible wall panels in a modern office environment.
Abstract: A modular office screen assembly having a plurality of hollow rigid frame members supporting central panel members is disclosed. Each frame is constructed from horizontal and vertical channel shaped frame sections. An aperture is provided in an upper horizontal frame section of each frame member at the juncture of the horizontal and vertical sections. An L shaped support plate is rigidly mounted within the horizontal and vertical sections. Fastener members of various shapes and capable of lying in the same plane as the surface of the vertical sections are adapted for interconnecting at least two modular screens in predetermined partition configurations. Each fastener member includes a base plate and at least two male channel members, one male channel member being inserted in each aperture provided in the respective frames. The fastener members are supported by the L shaped support plates and lie flush with the outer peripheries of the assembled, interconnected modular screens.
Abstract: A versatile modular storage unit assembly adapted for mounting to office furniture is provided wherein the number and position of the individual storage units may be subjectively determined. A plurality of support channels are mounted to a lower periphery of a work surface. A plurality of individual storage units which include a frame, are provided on a top surface thereof with a plurality of mounting rails. The mounting rails are complementary to the support channels and are designed to be slideably engageable by the support channels. A plurality of mounting channels are attached to a lower surface of the frame of each individual storage unit. The mounting channels are similar in construction to the support channels and are capable of slideably engaging and holding the mounting rails which are attached to the storage units. A plurality of bolts engaging the mounting rails and respectively the support channels or mounting channels prevent accidental dislocation of the storage units.
Abstract: An improved modular office screen system is provided having a hollow rigid frame member and a central sound-absorbing panel. Relatively movable support legs are adjustably mounted within the rigid frame member. A guide sleeve and fastener can form an aperture for receiving an upright channel of the support leg and further for adjustably holding a force bearing member to permit a subjective positioning of the support member relative to the frame member. Alternatively, a removable leg extension member can permit adjustment of the frame member when positioned above the floor.