Raised floor systems
The raised floor is an elevated structural floor built above the actual floor, hiding the space created for the mechanical and electrical work is called raised floor system.It is also called as access floor or a low profiling floor, constructed about two to four meters above the sold concrete floor. It is initially started for computer operating areas, providing an area of cooling and steady airflow due to the high temperature run.
Design of raised floor systems
Raised floor design is composed of different parts like raised floor tiles, pedestals and stringers inter-connected through each edge in a strong compact structure.Pedestals aid the floor grid to achieve upright vertical posture, in order to achieve the desired height over the sub-floor.Raised floor systems can be made up of different variety of materials like concrete orwood clamped in aluminium or steel.The material can be modified in different sizes, shapes and designs like grooved, perforated or patterned favouring effective air flow necessary for cooling purposes.
Advantages of raised floor systems
In multiple large offices, data centres, raised floors are very useful for creating underneath usable spaces.It is quite popular in areas with large and complex cabling installation requirement like in studios, electric departments etc.This assembly of raised floorsystems are easy to fix, change, maintain and designs available are endless and reliable. Raised floor systems are advantageous in commercial places like command, conference rooms serving different benefits like high air flow environment, cable management, enhanced flexibility and ground capabilities. This flooring supports these functions without interfering structural limitations.
Steel shelving is a one of the basic prop of storage and organization that can be easily purchased to meet the needs of everyday life. It is also called as clip shelving.This shelving is very commonly used at almost every nearby building simplifying the storage problems by handling light to heavy weight loads. Some steel shelving are mobile, can be move, changed and reconfigured, however, some are non-detachable.
Design of steel shelving
To complete a stable structure, individual steel shelves are attached together by clipsto attain a proper position. The components of steel shelving includes angle posts, sway braces, beaded posts, shelves, foot plate, label holders, back and end panels, shelve divider, bin fronts, foot plate, clip, nuts and bolts to tie each shelve to its post.The parts involved in the structure can be joined in a blueprint according to the demands of customers based on the type of colour, size, shape, framing, geometry, beaming, bracing etc.
Advantages of steel shelving
Steel shelves in warehouses and other areas are very beneficial, providing great product visibility helping in easy picking and choosing of things, having long lasting ability of storing with ideal management, safety in placing delicate items. They have the ability to withstand high temperature variation without getting worn out, thus have least side effects of heat and cold. One of the most prominent aspects of using steel shelving is customization. It can be easily expanded into larger spaces by addition of more external individual steel racks or pallets shelves.
Raised floor systemand steel shelving are manufacturecomponents frequently used in different construction sites. They are primarily used for cooling, management, storage and handling purposes.They facilitates perfectlyin warehouse storage solution, having twice the spacethan a normal room can possess.Both are ideal for using in locating and easily retrieving products.While steel shelving is common for open placement raised floors are used as hidden storage areas.