The fact that the overall floor system is located on the foundation floor is the most important feature. As a result, there is sufficient space below for cable management and power distribution.
The base, the longitudinal beam, the screws, and the panel make up the entirety of the wrist floor system. In the majority of cases, raised floors are utilized in office buildings and data centers. The panel in the office is typically referred to as the office forward panel. The panel will always have a carpet on top of it. We now invite the panel to come forward.
The floor of the data center is covered in a number of different anesthetic materials so that it can be used as an anti-static surface. We will talk more about them later. There are also a variety of other applications, such as a control room, a business center, and a cleaning room. There are a few distinct categories of components that can make up the wrist floor. Powdered epoxy steel makes up the top and bottom of the most common type, while molten steel clay makes up the wrist floor of the most popular type. Different colored epoxy resins are available.
Clean rooms, such as those used in the semiconductor and microelectronics industries, are the most common applications for aluminum raised floors. The demand for aluminum flow risk has increased significantly over the course of the past two years, and the load capacity is the single most important indicator of competition flow. This demand is a direct result of the rapid development of low-cost industry across the globe. The load capacity and flow of the skill cemetery are primarily determined by the thickness of the top and bottom steel plates. Additionally, the thickness of the calcium sulfate plate and the wood core plate are primarily determined by the thickness and quality of the inner plate. The load capacity of an aluminum floating line is determined by the density of die cast aluminum as well as the thickness of the material. In addition to this, we are able to make use of the total weight of the panel and utilize a variety of production methods. These materials can be used to create floors for offices as well as anesthesia rooms. Next, I will describe each floor in detail according to its application and then compare them side by side.
The floor in this office is steel cement, which is also referred to as Bay finish. There are three distinct dimensions for the competition floor; the thickest one measures 500 millimeters, while the thinnest measures only 28 millimeters. The most common places to use it are China and Japan. The width of the other is 600 millimeters in South Korea and other parts of Asia, and the thickness is 33 millimeters. This is the standard measurement in the majority of the world. The final one is 16 millimeters, which is equal to 24 inches. This is the standard measurement used in the United States.
The floor of this office is made of calcium sulfate. Additionally, we refer to it as an encapsulated panel. There are two different lengths available, 500 and 600 millimeters, and the thickness can be either 25 or 30 millimeters. Wood roll packaging board and calcium sulfate board have the same appearance, production process, and equipment. This panel has a sandwich structure, with calcium sulfate plate in the middle, galvanized steel at the top and bottom, and steel riveted on four sides.
Due to the proximity of the main area to the wall, the panel in this area needs to be trimmed. This level foundation is essential. The side of the panel that cuts can be placed directly on the head of the patient. The ratio of aluminum heads to flat heads is typically 8:2 in most cases. There is no difference between the calcium sulfate base and the wood core packaging panel. In addition to that, there is a plastic gasket placed on top of the body area to act as a buffer. After removing the top gasket, position the cutting side so that it is against the panel's wrist.
Therefore, it is possible to use only the PEDI store; however, if the height of the office floor is high, you will need to use stringer in order to improve the stability of the system. The height of the office floor is typically between 100 and 300 mm. In addition to that, we offer a variety of accessories for the office floor, such as grommet socket boxes. Because these accessories come in a variety of sizes and are made of different materials, the panel must typically be cut on the construction side in order to accommodate them. In addition, the JRC flow pre-cut panel can be found on the ground floor of our factory, which is the most recent office floor. High-strength cement and fiber are the primary components of the floor's construction. The floor is formed in one piece and has a significant capacity for bearing weight.
The low cost of the HPL that is located at the data center's edges has led to its widespread adoption as the most common covering. This is a conductive PVC coating that has a general thickness of 2 or 3 mm and excellent conductivity. Additionally, this coating comes in a variety of colors and can have resistances that range from 10 to 410 to 6 ohms. The vast majority of clean rooms and electronic repair shops make use of this kind of panel. The final one has a ceramic finish that is anti-static and ranges in thickness from 8 to 10 millimeters. Ceramic is quickly replacing hydrogen peroxide (HPO) as the material of choice for large data centers due to the fact that it is unaffected by temperature and does not crack easily.
In addition, we offer a wide selection of colors to choose from. The primary dimension of this anti-static floor is 600 millimeters, and the thickness of the covering is what determines the overall thickness of the panel. These are calcium sulfate and super anesthetic calcium fluoride sulfate. It is possible to tailor the thickness of the board to meet your needs. The thickness of the board can range from 28 to 33 millimeters on average.
This is the floor made of rolled up wood. There are two different levels of thickness. The thickness of the inner particleboard is either 30 or 38 millimeters. The load capacity of the ball increases proportionately with the thickness of the ball.
This particular type is a pipe bottom type, and it is capable of carrying a significant amount of weight. This particular type has a grid bottom and is capable of reaching high ventilation rates. Our filling panel has a variable ventilation rate that can range anywhere from 20% to 75%. At the bottom, baffles can be installed to allow for real-time regulation of the ventilation rate. The surface of our perforated panel can accommodate a variety of covers, and those covers are also amenable to customization. They are compatible with a wide range of anesthetic fluorides, for example steel floor,For instance, calcium sulfate mobile wood core floor, whether it is steel plate calcium sulfate or wood glow board, the anti-static floor cannot have angular coils because there is a covering on the top. Additionally, because the height of the anti-static floor system is typically quite high, cushion stores and longitudinal beams are required during the installation process. Each anesthesia floor type requires its own unique base and longitudinal beam configuration.
These are some of the more common specifications, but there are a wide variety of other designs and parameters available to choose from whenever the anti-static floor is high or heavy. It is necessary to have a substantial base. The support system can also be used in conjunction with one another to increase the overall system's degree of stability. In addition to this, we also launched three mobile materials: calcium sulfate board, steel cement board, and wood core board.
Other kinds of covers, in addition to anti-static covers, can be utilized to satisfy the requirements of popular cover rings for a variety of commercial applications. Each of the three materials that we use—ceramic tile, homogeneous or heterogeneous vinyl base board, wood core floor, rubber floor, etc.—can be passively covered with the same cover in order to accomplish the same goal. Since all of these materials can be passively covered with the same cover, we need to choose which one is the best. To begin, various kinds of materials enjoy widespread popularity in various parts of the world. For instance, wood cold flooring is more common in Europe than in other parts of the world, whereas calcium surface flooring in surrounding areas is more common in China and Europe. Nevertheless, there are still seven floors that are common everywhere. Second, the characteristics of each material that flows are distinct in their own ways.
Steel with seven layers has the highest production rate. Naturally, the number of manufacturers makes up the vast majority of the total. Its performance is about average across the board, and it is also the type that offers the best price-to-performance ratio. The calcium sulfate flow of floor has an impressive load capacity and is very resistant to fire. Even though the components can be recycled, the weight of the floor makes it the heaviest option available.
For instance, an antistatic floor with a thickness of 23 mm can achieve 18 kg e.