Raised floor

Raised floor2020-02-11T17:16:10+00:00

DEFINITION

The raised flooring integrates a system consisting of tiles identical to each other, supported by a metal structure, composed of height-adjustable pedestals and crossbars, creating a free technical space.

The system guarantees the flexibility and the essential access for the management of the spaces, with the consequent advantages in the maintenance and adaptation of new facilities and / or jobs.

STRUCTURE

It consists of galvanized steel pedestals joined together by crossbars and coated on the top of conductive plastic material, avoiding any noise resulting from the contact of these elements with the lower surface of the module.

The pedestals are composed of a base, a tube and a head. They can be adjusted in height to compensate for small uneven ground. To overcome greater unevenness, pedestals with different nominal heights can be used.

ADVANTAGE

VARIABLE HEIGHT: Adjust the height of the pavement according to the needs and / or possibilities of space.

ACCESSIBILITY: Access easily and permanently at any point with the help of a simple suction cup.

REFRIGERATION: Use this space for air circulation to acclimatize and cool the facilities.

FLEXIBILITY: Customize the space and modify it according to the needs, without the help of civil construction.

SIMPLICITY: Reduce the deadlines for finishing buildings, for the simplicity of the installation.

HOW TO PROJECT

1 – Choose the pavement products to use.

2 – Consider a joint between the pavement pieces between 4 mm – 7 mm.

3 – Modulate the pavement following the standard 60x60cm format. (59.55 × 59.55 cm.).

4 – Consider a minimum height between floor and porcelain flooring of 45 mm.

5 – Send the project in CAD format for verification and quotation.

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