Raised Floor: Raised floor is a false floor which is set above the actual floor. Between actual and this false floor, there is a void for accessing cable and air circulation.
Applications: This type of floors are often used in server rooms, data center, textile laboratory, ticket counters, metro and rail stations, corporate offices and show rooms.
Benefits: A raised floor provides space for the massive amounts of cable required in a Data Center, and can simplify the process of adding and moving equipment. Another benefit of it is cooling: cool air can be pushed under access floors and directed at servers and other heat-sensitive equipment.
Raised Floor Types: There are different types of Raised Access Floors based on tiles and structure. Foam Cemented tiles are most economic and popular to most of the users. Common types of tiles are- Foam Cemented, Calcium Sulphate, Wood-core, Steel floor, Aluminium floor, Chipboard etc. Chipboard type tiles are very slim and compact, also less in weight comparing other types. But this type of products are the best among all available floor tiles available in the market. Chipboard type products are the strongest among all, it’s floor loading capacity is also very high.
Raised Access Floor panels are epoxy coated utilized shells consisting of a flat steel top sheet welded to a formed steel bottom sheet filled with a highly controlled mixture of a lightweight cement infill. Manufactured to exacting tolerances, these non-combustible, rigid panels deliver the ultimate in strength, durability, and acoustic performance.
Famous Brands: Bergvik (Sweden), Linder Group (Germany) and Tate Inc. (USA) are the market leader for high quality access floor materials over the -globe. Apart from these- a few Chinese companies have good quality products, those are: ATFlor, ZTFloor, Huatong Floor, XL Holdings etc.
Impress Corporation Limited is an importer, wholesaler, supplier and installer of Raised Access floor systems in Bangladesh and South Asia. We have supplied and completed raised floor projects to many countries including Nepal, India, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Bhutan, Singapore, Nigeria, Uganda, Congo and Oman.