600/610 Steel Cement Raised Floor
Steel cement raised floor is made of good quality cold-rolled steel sheet, which is stretched, spot-welded, and coated with epoxy powder after having been phosphoreted. There is foaming cement fully filled, with corner-lock holes punched in four sides of the panel.
Size: 600*600mm, 24″*24″
Materials: steel, cement
Installation: corner lock systems
Office building, intelligent office environment, meeting room, commercial and industrial bureau, government, places that have requirements of dust-proof and water-proof, fields with wiring requirements, usually used with square carpet.
- Designed specially for office building
- Excellent load performance
- Epoxy paint for life time protection
- Class A flame spread & smoke developed index
- 500mm panel mainly for Japan, Korea and China Taiwan
- 24” / 610mm panel mainly for North America
There are 2 types of edge designs for bare finish raised floor, one is fold edge, another one is cut edge. Fold edge design is more popular in 600*600mm panels, while cut edge design is mainly used in 24”*24” panels.
The raised floor will be with a safety factor of three times the concentrated (design) load, and is capable of meeting static and dynamic loads per CISCA Platform (Raised Access) Floors Performance Specification.
The finished floor height(FFH) of the raised access floor, measured from the sub-floor to the top surface of the installed flooring system, shall be as shown in the contract drawings.
There are mainly 2 types of pedestals for bare finish raised floor, one is rod type pedestals for low height, another one is tube type pedestal for high height(normally above 300mm). Flat head pedestal as corner pedestal(the line close to the wall), and cross head pedestal(aluminum head pedestal) as central pedestal.
Rod type pedestal
Tube type pedestal
Installation & maintenance
Why Steel Raised Floor?
Mordern offices need to adapt different layouts with different users and lessees, traditional facilities always become obsolete due to wiring and wiring distribution problems created by organisational changes and advances in technology, so building designers and facility managers need to face the challenges of constantly changing space needs while keeping life-cycle costs down.
Steel raised floor systems can realize fast and easy installation, quick wire and cable changes, enhancing the ability to reconfigure the offices without disrupting power, voice and data services, as well as the air distribution systems.