The steel raised access floor is a low-profile raised floor, a cable trench in the form of a continuous grid separated by separate floor panels. This is a solution where traditional raised floors are not suitable for installation.
Steel raised access floor An epoxy-coated composite casing welded from a steel plate that is filled with a highly controlled, lightweight cement mixture. It provides a simple, fast installation and flexible way to achieve great decorative effect at a reasonable cost.
Load performance selection: FS800 / FS1000 / FS1250
Main panel, 500x500mm steel, with cement-filled panels, powder coated on all sides. The base is attached to the four corners of the panel to make it independent.
The pedestal connector connects the panel pedestals at the four corners, and will automatically form a grid-shaped groove when continuously arranged.
Central cover: It is mounted above the base connector and is fixed to the corners of the four panels to cover the intersection of the grooves.
Flap cover: The cable groove is closed by a side cover, and its long side is interlocked with the groove on the side of the groove.
Low profile: suitable for occasions with headroom restrictions
Light weight: suitable for loading restrictions, such as: old buildings.
High interchangeability: Cables and wires are more flexible in layout, with mesh cable trenches that can be reached anywhere in the office.
User-friendly: To get into the groove, simply lift the groove cover by hand without tools.
Eco-friendly: the base is not glued to the ground. When repositioning the floor system, all components are reusable.
The steel raised access floor system is especially suitable for new and old buildings with high load and head space limitations, which help to create a more comfortable and efficient office environment.