Steel Raised Access Floor with Tile Finish
The steel raised access floor with a cementitious infill has a variety of surface materials for customers to choose from, including anti-static PVC, HPL, ceramic, and granite. This raised floor is most commonly used in computer rooms, control rooms, laboratories and other locations that require static free floors.
Steel Raised Access Floor System with Bare Finish
To ensure a long service life, the bare finished steel raised access floor system is made entirely from steel. It is sprayed with an epoxy resin and then filled with cement and a foaming agent. In addition, all 4 corners of the steel panel housing have holes punched into them, and are attached using screws.
Calcium Sulfate Raised Floor System
The calcium sulfate raised floor system is constructed using non-toxic, unbleached plant fibers and solidified calcium sulfate crystals using a pulse processing technology.
Aluminum Raised Floor System
Aluminum materials are considered one of the best as an optimal conductive material for anti-static raised floors. The aluminum raised floor system is made using a single step die casting process using a large oil press.
Wood Core Raised Floor System
The wood core raised floor system is made using high quality and thickened chipboard or MDF as a substrate material. Available surfaces include HPL, PVC, ceramic, marble, or granite. The underside is reinforced with a galvanized steel panel.
Air-Flow Raised Access Floor
The air flow raised access floor is made entirely of steel or aluminum. It is formed during a single step die casting process that uses a large oil press. With punched vent holes, this product is applicable to computer rooms and other locations that require air ventilation.
Accessories used for raised access floor installation include supports, cross beams, lifters, and panel saws. Accessories for around the flooring include brush grommets, ventilators, and floor outlet boxes.