HIFLOOR Wood Core Raised Access Floor System
HIFLOOR Woodcore Raised Flooring Systems are specified for full spectrum usage due to their very good characteristics and features. In Egypt, whether in the computer rooms of the IT industry or in the office building of the CBD, you can find HIFLOOR Wood Core Access Floor System is contributing reliable services for users.
HIFLOOR Woodcore Raised Flooring Panels are built of high quality chipboard core with underneath galvanized steel reinforcement, which provides exceptionally good load-bearing capacity and non-combustion performance. The HIFLOOR wood raised floor panels to combine with high pressure laminate surface and bolted stringer under structure is also especially indicated for data centers and IT rooms due to its outstanding anti-static performance.
Specification & Structure of HIFLOOR Calcium Sulfate Raised Floor
Dimensions (mm): 600mmX600mmX30/40mm size raised floor
Panel Core: High density (720kg/m³) anti-flaming chipboard
Top Surface finish: High Pressure Laminate, Vinyl or others comply with the client’s requirement
Lower Surface: Galvanized steel sheet (aluminum foil) is bonded to the bottom of chipboard
Edges: Wrapped with PVC trims
System Structure: The panel is screw fixed to the steel pedestals and bolted stringers reaching heights from 75 mm to 2000 mm, perfect sealing property for under-floor air-condition system.
Compliant Standards: CISCA Recommended Test Procedures For Access Floors (2007)
|HI-Floor||International||Size (mm)||Fire Performance||Concentrate load||Impact load||Ultimate load||Uniform load||Rolling load|
|Wood Core Raised Floor||LB||N||Kg||10 times||10000 times|
|FS800||600 x 600 x 40mm||B1||≥800||≥3350||363||670||11250||16100||3560||2670|
Durable and high load performance
Prevent static validly, fireproof class B1
Antiskid, soundproof, dustproof
Strong abrasion resistance, high impact
Flexible and convenient for wiring
Easy to maintain and cleaning
Emergency call centers
Schools and public buildings
Company server rooms
Offices and workspaces