The system shall be capable of supporting the following loads within limits and under conditions indicated, tested in accordance with "Ceiling and Interior System Construction Association", recommended test procedure for access floors - CISCA / AF.
The panel shall be capable of sustaining a concentrated load of 3.6 / 4.5 / 5.6KN on a 25mmx25mm area with a maximum top surface deflection of 2.00mm, and a maximum permanent set of 0.25mm.
Uniformly Distributed Load
The panel shall be capable of sustaining a uniformly distributed load of 11 . 0/13.4 /16.7 K N/m 2, with a maximum top s surface deflection of 1.00mm, and amaximum permanent set of 0.25mm
The panel shall be capable of sustaining an ultimate load of 30.5 / 40.4 / 43.0 kN/m2 without structurally failing and collapsing.
The panel shall be capable of sustaining an impact load created by dropping an object of 42.0 / 56.0 / 66/5 kg from a height of 36 inches without any permanent deformation exceeding 1mm.
Pedestal Axial Load
The pedestal assembly shall be capable of withstanding an axial load of 32.0 KN and shall be adhered to the sub-floor to provide resistance against horizontal loading.