Chipboard raised access floor
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chipboard raised access floor
chipboard raised access floor
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chipboard, wooden, galvanized steel, stainless steel
Technical characteristics
high-resistance, acoustic, fire-rated, non-slip, impact-resistant, anti-static, anti-seismic
Other characteristics
adjustable, carpet finish
commercial, for hotel, for office


RAISED ACCESS FLOOR FINISHED WITH CARPET 100% ACCESSIBLE FROM EACH INDIVIDUAL PANEL POLYGROUP has developed and designed the technology and necessary processes to offer raised access flooring systems carpet finished from factory. It is commonly used when an acoustic floor covering is needed mostly in office spaces, cultural buildings, theaters, auditoriums, etc. The raised floor system carpet finished from factory allows full accessibility to the space underfloor (plenum) from each panel individually without removing the carpet, as each raised access floor panel is independent and accessible. POLYGROUP also offers the habitual and well-known option of loose lay carpet to be applied on both GAMAFLOR FULL STEEL and GAMAFLOR PAC/BANK. There is a wide range of carpets marketed by POLYGROUP as well as colour availability that will inspire the most innovative design concept in the building. HIGH PERFORMANCE FEATURES The raised access floor system with carpet finish applied from factory is completed with SOVEREIGN TECHNOLOGY, making the 600×600 mm modulation of raised floor panels undetectable. This technology features high levels of sound absorption to the flooring, characterizing it as acoustic raised access floor. Suitable for heavy traffic Loose lay or factory-applied option Maximum lifespan Acoustic features


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