Metal raised access floor structure S38
high-resistanceindooradjustable

metal raised access floor structure
metal raised access floor structure
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Characteristics

Material
metal
Technical characteristics
high-resistance
Location
indoor
Other characteristics
adjustable, anti-rust, anti-corrosion

Description

Main features Raised floor made up of 600x600mm tiles which can be opened on all its entire surface. It is installed directly on the slab which can be prepared by applying a coat of anti-dust paint. The pedestals are height-adjustable to absorb irregularities in the slab. The pedestals are fixed to the slab using polyurethane based glue. The finishes of the technical floor can be: HPL (laminate), PVC, linoleum, ceramic, natural stone, natural wood, carpet, etc The core of the floor panels can be in high density agglomerate or in calcium sulphate from Knauf. The lower finish of the plates can be in aluminium foil, galvanised steel plate tray or kraft paper. The feet can be connected each other by means of stringers, forming a 600×600 support grid. Electrical, voice and data facilities can be installed under the floor for access when needed. The edges of the plates are rectified with an inclination of 4 degrees and protected by an ABS edge of 0.45mm. In this way, the joint between panels appears less than 1mm. The pedestals and stringers incorporate an ABS base to receive the plates and absorb the vibrations of the traffic on the pavement. Access floors are an indispensable element for workplaces. It will allow us to carry out all the voice and data installations underneath the registrable floor and we will be able to access them at any time to make extensions or modifications.

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