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Raised Floor System Solid Panel

Key Features 

  • Brand: ZTFLOOR
  • Model: Raised Floor
  • Steel raised access floor pedestal
  • Wood core (Calcium sulfate) raised access floor pedestal
  • Aluminum raised access floor pedestal Cross head pedestal
  • for bare steel raised floor Press corner lock raised access
  • floor pedestal Other heights could be customized.

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  • Features: For Solid Panel
  • Brand: ZTFLOOR
  • Country of Origin: China
  • HPL (High-Pressure Laminated) Systems
  • Panel Inside: Cement Core
  • FFH (Finished Floor Height): 500mm
  • Load capacity: 800 lbs
  • Panel Thickness: 35mm
  • Panel Size: 600mm x 600mm
  • Panel inside: Foam Cemented
  • Easy to install & also dismissible
  • Provide Pedestal, Stringer & Screws with the Panel.
  • Standard: CNS, MOB – British & EIA / TIA.


What is raised floor system?

An elevated floor system, which is also termed an access floor system, is a raised structural floor that is placed on a reinforced concrete slab. The elevated floor system consists of several panels, as shown in Figure-1, which are installed on vertically adjustable pedestals as can be noticed in Figure-2. The pedestals are fixed on the concrete slab using suitable means for instance adhesives or mechanical fixings. Moreover, the gap between the elevated floor system and the reinforced concrete slab below can be varied and ranges from 7.62cm (3 inches) to 121.92cm (48 inches) because the pedestals are adjustable. Furthermore, the panel of raised floor system is composed of cement or wood core clad in steel or aluminum and its size is 60.96cm by 60.96cm. Finally, the panels are compatible with several flooring finishes for example vinyl, linoleum, laminate, rubber, carpet, and stone or ceramic tiles.

Panel of Raised Floor System

Fig.1: Panel of Raised Floor System with their Adjustable Pedestals

Raised Floor System Adjustable Pedestal






Fig.2: Adjustable pedestals used to support panels of raised floor system; Bolted Stringer (left) and Stringerless corner Lock

Areas Typically Most Suitable for Raised Floor Systems

  • Computer rooms and other information technology spaces.
  • General open office areas.
  • Training and conference areas.
  • Exhibit spaces.
  • Support spaces for offices, including electrical closets, fan rooms, etc.
  • Clean rooms

Raised Floor Systems Applications


Advantages of Raised Floor System

  • This type of floor system tackles the problem of shear transfer across the diaphragm
  • Raised floor systems are waterproofed
  • It leads to a reduction in the cost of construction in high-seismic regions
  • Raised floor system could serve as a high thermal mass base material for radiant heat systems which are distributed by hot air or hot water. So, Heating and cooling a building with a raised flooring system is more efficient
  • The concrete surface can be finished as a final floor finish as desired by sealing, polishing, stamping, or staining. Consequently, the extra cost of covering used for covering floors will no longer be needed
  • Acoustic isolation is another advantage offered by a raised floor system.
  • In high wind threat areas, an elevated floor system will improve the lateral resistance and durability of multistory buildings especially when combined with a concrete roof system
  • Fire is suppressed from floor to floor

Structural Conditions Requirements of Raised Floor System

Several structural conditions raised floor system need to be met the following minimum conditions otherwise it will not be utilized unless it is specified in building specifications.

  • It should be able to support 11.86KN/m2
  • It is required to carry a point load of 4KN
  • Raised floor system needs to withstand a minimum impact load of 2.25KN
  • It should resist a rolling load (1 wheel) of 2KN at 1000 passes and

Seismic Conditions Requirements of Raised Floor System

  • The specified raised floor system needs to comply with the following conditions (as a minimum):
  • For seismic zone 3 and higher seismic zones, it is required to use bolts for fixing pedestals. Commonly, manufacturers specifies the suitability of pedestals for seismic zones.
  • It is required to use bracing for pedestals provided that their length is greater than 30.48cm and used in seismic zone 3 and greater.

Acoustic and Vibration Considerations During Design and Construction of Raised Floor System

  • Impact sounds on floor panels generated by walking or rolling load may necessitate damping of panels with cushions on pedestals. Hollow panels do not show proper performance in this regard whereas panels with light concrete, cementitious materials, or wood will perform satisfactorily. Transmission of sounds under the floor from one space to another might occur. In this case, the provision of sound transmission attenuation will be required of the partition system. Vibration transmission is not dealt with either by the manufacturer or by design criteria to attenuate vibration such as from machinery, transformers, or other sources. So, specialists should be called to tackle such a problem.


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