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       Construction Substructure    


  • Distributed load < 80 kN/m2.

  • The modules of substructure:                                                           

          1350 x 1350 mm (Inches 53‘‘x 53‘‘) (Spacing between pedestals) is 10 kN/m2. 

          1200 x 1200 mm (Inches 47‘‘x 47‘‘) (Spacing between pedestals) is 12 kN/m2.

  • Finished floor heights (FFH) range can be from 280 to 2500 mm (inches 11‘‘ – 99‘‘).

  • Floor panel size is 600x600 mm (inches 24‘‘x 24‘‘).

  • Plenty of free space underneath the floor for installing any necessary equipment

  • System stays 100% stable even if all of the panels are removed

  • System is mobile during the installation and application.

  • Equipment is mounted directly on the T E C H N I C A L   F L O O R S  system.

  • Under the existing floor system it is possible to install additional equipment. Our floor system is designed integrate your additional  equipment.  

  • Easy maintenance throughout the whole lifespan of the system.

  • It is possible to use a variety of different floor panels (Fibre reinforced  calcium sulphate panels, high density chipboard panels, air ventilation  panels, steel panels, glass panels)

  • Finishing of the Panels: Laminate, Elastic floor coverings (PVC, Linoleum,  Caoutchouc),   Parquet, Textile floor coverings, Natural and artificial  stone,specials coverings (stainless steel, cork, bulb plate), etc.

  • Fire protections. Building material class acc. to DIN EN 13501 T1 – A1.

  • It is possible to strengthen the loads to meet your certain demands.

  • Unique solutions by the T E C H N I C A L   F L O O R S  system

  • T E C H N I C A L   F L O O R S  system is suitable for complex projects. With this system, we can provide standard or non-standard solutions to meet any of your needs.

  • Fields of application:

  • High, medium and low tension switchgear stations;

  • Battery rooms and emergency plants;

  • Computer centers, production plants,laboratories and power plants;

  • Office and administration buildings;

  • Building services room;

  • Cleanrooms, measuring rooms, test plans;

  • Public areas, which has vehicle traffic (also dynamic loads);

  • Production areas, which experience  traffic, especially fork lifts;

  • Damp and wet areas, as well as treatment rooms, medical practices, X-ray areas;

  • Heating and cooling;

  • Low construction (old buildings);

  • System with air conditioning/ventilation.

Technical panels information

General panels information

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