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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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Anti-static Raised floor

Why Anti-static Raised Flooring Become Popular

Static electricity is everywhere in our daily life, there might be very high static electricity voltage around us or surrounded the body. Although static electricity is not usually apparent, an electrostatic discharge can cause hazards and potentially even catastrophes. In those cases, installing anti-static raised flooring shows itnecessity. It can create a safe environment for electronic devices from electrical shock and meets the requirements of laying wires. Applications of anti-static raised flooring The anti-static raised floor is mainly used in any places that rely on using electronic items, like computer room, data processing center, laboratory, microwave communication station room, program-controlled telephone exchange room, mobile communication room, satellite ground station room, radio control room, TV transmitting station control room, broadcasting control room, monitoring room, central control room, etc. Additionally, the microelectronics industry requires anti-static raised floors as a basic safety precaution too. When human body moving in the workshop, static electricity

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