Why is The Bottom Plate of All Steel Raised Floor Hemispherical?

The outer shell of the all-steel anti-static floor is made of high-quality cold-rolled steel. The lower plate is mechanically stretched into a hemispherical shape and uses an advanced multi-point welding process. The floor is filled with lightweight foam cement, and the upper plate is pasted with PVC or HPL anti-static veneer. The bottom plate of the all-steel anti-static floor produced in this way will have many hemispherical grooves.

So why is the bottom plate of the all-steel anti-static floor hemispherical?

The all-steel anti-static floor is composed of two layers of steel plates. The overall quality of the lower floor is better than the upper steel plate, so the all-steel anti-static floor can be stretched into a hemispherical shape. The hemispherical design of the lower floor can increase as the upper floor increases. The contact surface of the steel plate plays the role of stably filling the foam cement, reduces the hollow feeling when walking, and improves the stability. If the anti-static floor placed in the equipment room moves and vibrates, an accident may occur.

In addition, the hemispherical design of the anti-static floor bottom plate can greatly improve the bearing capacity of the all-steel anti-static floor. If the load-bearing capacity of the anti-static floor is insufficient, it is easily deformed. Not only can it not support heavy equipment, it may even step on people, and there are also hidden safety hazards.