Steel Low Profile Raised Floor Trucking For Wires 500 x 500 mm
HT Low Profile Raised Floor Trucking for Wires is mainly composed
of slotted panel, cover board and pedestal. This system solves the
height restriction of traditional network floor system, the minimum
height can be only 35mm. Equipped with advanced management
functions for a variety of modern office power lines and data
lines, the system provides methodic line planning and allocation.
Intelligent buildings which require line planning and allocation,
old buildings which will be refitted.
- Floor height adjustment range can be 35mm-150mm
- Wiring by openning cover board instead of the panel
- Interchange cover board and socket without cutting floors
- Outlet is located on each cover board, wires can easily come out
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The Concept Behind Raised Floor
- An raised floor is a floor placed upon a floor, thus creating an
accessible plenum for the distribution of building services such as
power, voice and data and the distribution of heating and cooling
- The floor can be raised by as little at 65 mm to more than 1,8
metres. The system is modular with the ability to plug and unplug
any of the electrical components in the entire system from the
panel board to the receptacle. The finished floor surface can be
carpet tile, vinyl tile, laminate, finished concrete or natural
materials such as wood or cork.
- The underfloor HVAC system not only eliminates most of the ductwork
and insulation requirements associated with the overhead systems,
but also enhances mechanical system flexibility because the
non-ducted diffusers can be easily removed and relocated.
- Floor-mounted diffusers or workstation-mounted solutions distribute
conditioned air from the raised floor directly to the occupant’s
level. From there the air gently mixes with the room air and rises
to return grilles at ceiling level.
- The integrated raised floor system also boosts the flexibility of
telecommunications, data and electrical power delivery in the
workstation. Simply by removing the raised floor panels, building
managers can now accommodate space and workstation changes as
people relocate into, out of and around the office space.
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