Switch & Curve® Smart Track

Switch & Curve® Smart Track™ Suspension Systems

Modernfold’s high-quality track has created ultimate versatility and flexibility, allowing for multiple room setups and convenient sight and sound separation. Modernfold engineers two types of suspension systems:

Switch & Curve® Smart Track™ and Right Angle

Switch & Curve® Smart Track™ Suspension Systems

Modernfold’s Switch & Curve® Smart Track™ technology, the industry’s preferred suspension system, provides effortless and error-proof operation and requires less maintenance when compared to Right Angle.

Switch & Curve® Smart Track™ solves complex switching challenges without the added expense and maintenance requirements of alternative systems. This suspension system provides staging and sorting abilities, while reducing operational confusion, setup costs, and trolley stress.

Switch & Curve® Smart Track™ trolley and track intersections are pre-programmed to predetermine their direction. This type of layout is available on all single panel layouts, but is especially recommended when panels exceed 20-feet in height. For Switch & Curve® Smart Track™ suspension systems, Modernfold offers a warranty period of 5-20 years, well-above the industry average of two years.

Right Angle Suspension Systems

Right Angle suspension systems were developed to provide grid pattern layout options. With both aluminum and steel track, these laboratory-tested suspension systems are able to withstand abuse without wear and tear.

Trolleys consist of two counter rotating wheels with steel thrust bearings. The carriers for these multi-directional systems permit panels to traverse L, T, or X intersections easily, without mechanical switching.

The Right Angle suspension system – available for panels up to 20-feet tall – is most effective in space solutions where grid layouts are a must. Modernfold offers a 2-5 year warranty period for Right Angle suspension systems.

In the Right Angle layout, panels can at the operator’s discretion, be taken in either direction at each track intersection in the layout. This has the potential to confuse the operator regarding where to place panels in an opening, resulting in panels ending in an incorrect sequence.

With anticipated errors in trolley intersection points, sequencing, and general operation, using Right Angle track tends to be more labour-intensive and requires additional time to set up.

Product Demonstration

See video below for side-by-side comparison of these two suspension systems:


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