Our Solutions to Warped Access Floor Panels
High strength cement fill, along with special designed high
strength steel corners, gives products by Pentafloor™ the best corner
panel loading in the industry.
Most widely used panel design in the world with full
strength corners where it is needed most, as well as undergoing rigorous
The point of failure or collapse is the single most
important indicator of performance. Be sure to look at the ultimate
distributed load and concentrated load value when selecting an access
floor panel for your application. However, due consideration most be
given to ultimate distributed load and concentrated load.
Our Panels come with 90 degree drawn steel beam corners, filled with
high strength cement. Any load placed on the panel will be transferred
to the panel corners before traveling through the pedestals to the sub
Even though our deep drawn beam corner is a difficult
manufacturing process, it is done in order to achieve the ultimate
loading capacity necessary.
This prevents upward bending of corners or dishing of
panels. Cement is injected by high pressure pump to ensure complete
saturation of the panel.
The Strength of the corner areas of the panel is the ultimate determining factor for an excellent raised floor system.
Ultimate load capacity is defined as the point at which panel failure
occurs. Our panels are designed and built to a minimum safety factor of
2.5 x design load. This prevents failure that could lead to injury or
massive equipment damage.
High load capacity, fire proof, that features on all steel sheet
construction Anticorrosive, hard wearing, light gloss epoxy coated
Finished with a decorative high pressure laminated panel, the anti
static properties ensure that it is easy to clean. It is also very hard
wearing with attractive finish. Offers accuracy with regards to height,
is interchangeable, with simple installation and disassembly and is
simple to maintain.
Cold rolled steel sheets are punched and spot welded to produce the
panel. It is then phosphoreted and coated with epoxy powder and the
interior cavity is injected with a foamed cement. A fire proof HPL hard
wearing or conductive PVC tile is then fixed to the plate. All edges are
finished with conductive PVC edges.