Steel raised access floor FDEB_XH SYSTEM

steel raised access floor
steel raised access floor
steel raised access floor
steel raised access floor
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steel, laminate
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perforated, adjustable


Extra heavy grade FDEB_XH is our extra heavy grade system, capable of handling a 12kN/m2 uniformly distributed load. FDEB_XH is suitable for data centres with heavy equipment. This system is in use at HP's data centre in Wynyard, Stockton-on-Tees, UK. Panel comprises of galvanised steel top and bottom sheets that are bonded to the core. A High Pressure Laminate surface is applied to the top surface and the panel is finished with a full edge banding. We’ve invested in research and development to optimise our energy and raw material usage. This system has EPD & HPD certification and is manufactured in our advanced, energy efficient manufacturing facility where 94% of the energy used is from sustainable sources. Features of FDEB_XH system Factor of 3 x safety factor under PSA MOB PS/SPU specification Unique wrap-around construction Simple panel removal and replacement Airborne and impact damping qualities 25-year Total System Warranty§ BS 476-6 & BS 476-7 fire classes compliance Floor height from 165mm using standard pedestals Creation of underfloor plenum § Warranty only valid when a full Kingspan Access Floor system including panels and understructure is installed. Product information Benefits Class-leading load performance Solid underfoot performance Allows quick and easy access to the floor void Effective sound inhibiting performance Complete peace of mind Superior fire inhibition properties Flexibility of floor heights Aids air circulation, distribution and management


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