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|Model NO::||FS1000-FS2000||Material::||Steel, Cement, Ceramic|
|HS Code::||7308900000||Feature::||High Load Capacity|
Ceramic Finish Raised Access Floor Panels Steel High Load Capacity
HT CIACA Standard High Quanlity Ceramic Tile Raised Access Panel is made of good quality cold-rolled steel sheet with foaming cement fully filled. The surface is stuck with anti-static ceramic finish(Marble, Granite). The borders are trimmed with black PVC edge trim. The whole system is composed of panel, pedestal and stringer.
Banks, clean room, telecommunication room, places where require high grade decoration
Ingenious production procedure, filling cement after ceramic/marble is sticked onto steel panel with holes, which makes whole panel much more steady
Patent perforated ceramic panel is offered
|Type||Size||Uniform load||Concentrated load||Rolling load||Impact load||Ultimate load|
The Concept Behind Raised Floor
An raised floor is a floor placed upon a floor, thus creating an accessible plenum for the distribution of building services such as power, voice and data and the distribution of heating and cooling services.
The floor can be raised by as little at 65 mm to more than 1,8 metres. The system is modular with the ability to plug and unplug any of the electrical components in the entire system from the panel board to the receptacle. The finished floor surface can be carpet tile, vinyl tile, laminate, finished concrete or natural materials such as wood or cork.
The underfloor HVAC system not only eliminates most of the ductwork and insulation requirements associated with the overhead systems, but also enhances mechanical system flexibility because the non-ducted diffusers can be easily removed and relocated.
Floor-mounted diffusers or workstation-mounted solutions distribute conditioned air from the raised floor directly to the occupant’s level. From there the air gently mixes with the room air and rises to return grilles at ceiling level.
The integrated raised floor system also boosts the flexibility of telecommunications, data and electrical power delivery in the workstation. Simply by removing the raised floor panels, building managers can now accommodate space and workstation changes as people relocate into, out of and around the office space.