Tag: maintenance of raised floor

Why Use Raised Flooring, Advantages and Maintenance

A raised floor (also called access floor) provides an elevated structural floor above a solid substrate to create a hidden void for the passage of mechanical and electrical services. As usual, raised floor consists of stringers, adjustable-height pedestal, and a panel. The material of panels is steel, aluminum, wood, and calcium sulfate. Usually, people use raised floor with various flooring finishes to suit the application or decoration, such as ceramic, HPL, PVC, etc. Advantages of raised flooring First of all, raised floor has the advantages as below: Raised floor has a good quality of mechanical strength, loading capacity, and impact resistance; The surface of the panel adopts electrostatic spraying, which is wear-resistant, waterproof, fireproof, dust-proof, and anti-corrosion; Since raised floor can be cut arbitrarily, and the whole floor system has the flexibility to configure to accommodate changes. It is also easy to disassemble and assemble. As long as replacing the

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Why Raised Floor Need Maintenance — Tips After Installation

Each raised flooring site has its own unique maintenance requirements. We offer maintenance programs designed to meet the needs of the individual site conditions on a demand or contract basis. State-of-the-art cleaning products, equipment, and experienced personnel are used on all maintenance jobs. To facilitate the proper in-house maintenance of raised floor, maintenance packages including equipment, products, and personnel training are also available. Maintenance of structure First and foremost, the floor was designed to support the weight of the computer equipment. So regular underfloor inspections for the structural integrity of the entire system are extremely important. Various trades servicing the area sometimes disturb the pedestal supports, and cause structural problems. Establish the load rating of these floor systems when all components are properly intact. So obviously, it is necessary to check all supports at least once a year. When components do not sit properly on an established grid system, the

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