Raised-floor System Limits Accessibility

Tate Inc. has released Cavity Floor, which is designed for specific applications that require limited or no access to the underfloor area.

Tate Inc. has released Cavity Floor, which is designed for specific applications that require limited or no access to the underfloor area. Like a traditional raised-access floor, Cavity Floor consists of a floor panel supported by adjustable-height pedestals. Instead of the panels resting independently on the understructure pedestals like in a traditional raised-floor application, finish-ready Cavity Floor panels are connected using a tongue-and-groove design. Any desired finish can then be poured or applied on top of the raised floor panels, rendering the underfloor plenum inaccessible. This level solution can reduce screed costs, speed construction and enable the execution of complex transitions. Limited accessibility to the underfloor plenum will be necessary for routing critical services, like data and power cables, to their desired location. In those scenarios, Hatch Panels can be planned in the floor layout to allow underfloor access as needed but can be strategically placed to limit tampering.

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