The raised floor is a system that allows you to hide the large number of installations that exist in workspaces, technical rooms, and other places characterized by a high density of cabling, pipes or conduits of all kinds, and of lead them in an orderly manner.

History Of Raised Floor System

The technique of raised floor is very old. Already in Gallo-Roman times, our ancestors used a technique aimed at creating a buffer zone between the rough ground and the ground on which we walked. The objective was then to be able to drain fluids under the floor or to be free from soil moisture.

Modern raised floors were designed to equip the first large computer rooms.

Today, the technique has become more democratic and it is used in a large number of applications. The raised floor is made up of removable elements (slabs), capable of supporting very heavy loads.

The void (plenum) located between the raised floor and the base floor allows the installation of many modern networks (electricity, air conditioning, telephony, communication, optical fiber, etc.).

The ease of disassembly allows easy and quick access (simple glazier suction cup).

These multiple advantages make it possible to meet a large number of technical needs inherent in modern design premises, for which:

  • Arrangements can be frequent.
  • Office automation and communication equipment is evolving rapidly.
  • Technical installations can be sophisticated.
  • Telecom room
  • Among these applications, we can cite:
  • The control rooms.
  • Telephone exchanges.
  • Laboratories.
  • The offices.
  • The exhibition halls.
  • Clean rooms.
  • Hospital or laboratory premises.

The multiplicity of applications explains the diversity of tile models that HUIYA offers, allowing you to find in our range, the model that will meet your requirements for mechanical performance, finish, the flow of electrostatic charges, ease of maintenance. and of course the price.

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