As functional floors for technics and heavy duty, we describe systems that are mostly used in the area of power supply, data processing, clean rooms and high loads.
The System Type 2 (the classic control room floor) consists of a self-supporting substructure with C-profiles screwed to the pedestals and wood-based material (chipboard), calcium sulphate or steel panels resting on it.
The load bearing capacities for the walking area range from 3,000 N to 20,000 N according to DIN EN 12825.
Frame areas can be designed for a point load of 20,000 N and a linear load of 40,000 N.
The System Type 3 consists of powder coated steel panels, resting directly on the pedestal heads gaskets. The material, in combination with well-coordinated adhesives and coverings, provides a high safety level regarding conductivity for ESD areas.
The load bearing capacity of the standard systems range to 6 kN according to DIN EN 12825.
The System Type 3 Dynamic consists of a self-supporting substructure with profiles screwed to the pedestals and interlacing at the panel level. Thus the powder coated steel panels get a lateral hold and transmit the forces into the very rigid substructure. From 15 kN a standardised panel screwing intensifies this effect.
The load bearing capacities range from 5,000 to 25,000 N according to DIN EN 12825.
Depending on the type a metal coating of lower side may be necessary. Possible coverings vary from elastic to textile coverings, from aluminium bulb plates, parquet or natural stone.