20 October Glass Panels
Glass Panels – Raised Access Floor
When would you use a glass panel within a raised access floor?
A raised access glass panel is manufactured to be installed alongside a traditional raised access floor to afford a visual viewing area of any section of the void. The glass panel is manufactured to 600mm x 600mm x 32mm. A packer system is available to ensure that the panel can suit any thickness – making it compatible with almost any existing raised access floor.
Why use a glass panel within your raised floor?
These are some examples where a glass panel may be used within a raised access floor
- An area requires regular visual maintenance checks within a data centre or comms room.
- An area that involves specific lighting but can carry a load, for example a dance floor
- An area where a raised floor has been built on to prevent the area from being disturbed, but there is a requirement for persons to be able to see the original sub floor – for example, within a historic building
There are numerous additional benefits to using glass panels within your project:
- Class 1 Fire Resistance
- Allow for an ultimate load of 13kN – Click here to learn more about industry standards for raised access flooring to find out more about loads
- High quality glass colour rendition
- Options available for extra slip resistance finishes
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