Access Flooring

Raised access flooring brings many benefits to commerical and industrial workspaces.

  • Lower cost than many flooring alternatives
  • Energy efficiency also yields savings
  • Protects valuable IT infrastructure
  • Speedy, no hassle installation
  • More comfortable working environment
  • Eliminates the need for embedded wiring
  • Provides instant access to wiring and cabling

 

There are many applications for which access flooring not only proves to be the better solution for the climate and electrical aspects of a facility, but also is the more cost effective solution.  Examples of ideal applications of access flooring include

  • Financial and insurance offices where there is a need for significant amount of computer/telecom equipment.
  • National and local government offices, again these facilities tend to have a lot of computer and telecom equipment.
  • General administration buildings across the complete range of industries where the use of computer/telecom equipment is widespread.
  • Call centers  Office environments set up to handle large-scale customer enquires thereby requiring significant levels of computer/telecom equipment.
  • Data processing centers  Large scale computer rooms set up for the processing of electronic data e.g. customer information, financial information.
  • Telecom switch centers  Old mechanical telephone exchanges now replaced by electronic switch facilities. Also new mobile technology requires new electronic switch facilities.
  • Distribution centers  These facilities distribute a vast range of fast moving consumer goods with order processing and such activities handled in a modern office environment.
  • Educational facilities  Raised flooring used in specific learning areas in schools, universities etc. Also used in library and major archive areas.
  • Retail facilities such as major department stores increasingly using raised floors surfaced with special finishes.
  • Clean room facilities such as those required by electronic, semiconductors, and pharmaceutical companies.
  • Light industrial and specialist industries where flexibility and the use of under floor services is advantageous.