ACCESS FLOOR STRUCTURE
STEEL STRUCTURE FOR RAISED ACCESS FLOOR
Raised access floor is conceived as a unitary system where each component is key concerned with the optimal performance, warranty, stability, acoustic capacity, and service life of the assembly.
Raised floor structure GAMAFLOR consists of steel pedestals and stringers combined with each other ensuring the highest stability performance in the event of lateral movement, rolling loads, or even earthquakes.
READLY ADAPTABLE SYSTEM
Raised access floor pedestal is designed as a readily adaptable structural component to the full range of GAMAFLOR access flooring systems by the double-head concept or reversible mode assembly. Each pedestal consists of two steel plates welded to an extendable piece tube and screw; both pieces are bolted one to each other and locked with double security nut.
The structure is complemented with acoustically insulated steel stringers used to connect access floor and pedestal together (clipped or screwed), thus providing lateral stability to the system and access floor panels support.
GAMAFLOR raised access floor structure is ready to dissipate electrostatic charges generated in the subfloor and conducts them to the most favorable earth grounding points of the building. This process contributes to clean electrostatic charges generated in the building as well as a raised access floor free whiskers zinc.
0% Moisture absorption
ACCESS FLOOR STRUCTURE CLASSIFICATION
Raised access floor GAMAFLOR structure which covers heights from 55 to 2000 mm can be classified into following types depending on the system used.