Cubicle Track Measurement & Layout

How to Measure Cubicle Track

  1. Measure along floor and treat Rounded Corners as Square Corners for measuring purposes.
  2. To determine if bend is right or left, position yourself at the head of the bed, with your back against the head wall, and looking down on the track from the ceiling. (Architectural View)
  3. Two types of bends can be made in track — 90° bends and 45° bends. (12" Radius)
  4. When measuring straight lengths on either side of a bend, give the entire length right up to the bend as if it were a 90° square bend or a 45° angle bend. The track bender will make allowances to maintain the right measurements with the rounded bends.
NOTE: Always Measure to the Square or Angled Corner. We will compensate for the Curved Portion.

Sample Shapes
NOTE: We will allow 8" for Overlap where a straight end meets a Curve (For Privacy).

Track Layout & Configuration Suggestions For Cubicle Curtains & Track

  • When measuring for cubicle curtains, it's helpful to make a schematic diagram of the rooms, similar to the figures below. Provision should always be made for stacking of the curtain when not in use. A long run of track and cubicle curtain will cause a lot of bulk when stacking. We suggest that you use a tie back to pull the cubicle curtain back and out of the way when not in use. Be sure to always measure the ceiling height and note it on your sketch. (Click the sketch below to view it full size).
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Use our Handy "Track Layout Worksheet" with Drawing Grid > Here
Track Components in PDF Format > Here

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  • Figures 1 through 3 above illustrate various ways of installing curtains in 2-bed rooms. There will always be exceptions, but these configurations will cover most situations. Figure 2 shows how to measure when the track has to be angled. Copies of these sketches should be included with your order.
  • Figures 4 and 5 illustrate how to use our stand off system when you are confronted with ceiling obstructions such as sprinkler pipes or slanted, cathedral type ceilings.