The main characteristic of the woodcore raised access floor panel manufactured by RFT is its light weight compared to its structural strength, which makes it practical for easy installation and access to the sub-floor.
CALCIUM SULPHATE PANEL PANEL
RFT manufactures calcium sulphate raised access floor panels. The main characteristics of this panel are its resistance to fire and humidity as well as its structural strength and excellent acoustics.
UNDERSTRUCTUREDOUBLE NUT STRINGER GRID
Pedestal base is glued directly onto the concrete sub–floor. Stringers, when used, are mechanically fastened onto the pedestal head to provide a monolithic frame onto which panels are gravity laid. The pedestal head is fitted with a self-extinguishing gasket that greatly improves the acoustic and underfoot feel of the system. Usage of stringers depends on height and performance requirement of the system. The available finished floor height can range from 100mm to 2000mm.
The available understructure for Calcium Sulphate and Woodcore panels is the Double Nut Stringer Grid System. This understructure is made of electro-galvanized steel for standard heights and polyester powder coated and galvanized steel combinations for heavy duty applications and heights.