Published on febbraio 17th, 2016 | by Sara Leonardi0
Ideal system for all indoor environments
Raised flooring, also known as access flooring or floating flooring, is a system that raises the trampling surface of a traditional floor glued to screed, to a higher level than the floor itself, in order to create a plenum under its surface, to house various technical systems: electrical, plumbing, telecommunications and, of course, air conditioning.
Raised flooring is an ideal system for all indoor environments such as shops, offices, data centres, restaurants, and pavilions, etc. It is also excellent for outdoor applications (solariums, terraces, balconies, gardens, outdoor bar areas).
The core of a panel can be made of the following:
- Wood conglomerate: better known as chipboard, it is made of recycled wood and used at a thickness of 38 mm in densities of 680/720 kg/m3;
- Calcium sulphate: high-density single layer, made of gypsum and cellulose fibres, and used in various thicknesses (the most common include: 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 38 mm) and an average density of 1500 kg/m3;
- X-floor: inert mixture sintered at ultra-high temperatures, made entirely of ceramic with a monolithic and uniform structure and an average density of 2,200 Kg/m3.
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