Why use Pentafloor™?

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 performance testing.

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.

High Strength Corners

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 floor.

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

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.

Our Track Record

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Performance Guide Steel Cementitious Infill Perforated Panels Flooring Finishes Internationl Test Results

Flooring Finishes

High Pressure Laminate (HPL)

Our product is finished with a high pressure laminate that is used in 90% computer room applications and is by far the most widely used for all applications. The laminate is a solid tile 600mm x 600mm and unlike vinyl provides a uniform finish with no joints. HPL has the advantage of not requiring wax or maintenance that could create static.

Properties NEMA Test Method NEMA Test Standard Laminate Results
Electrical Resistance NFPA99   1.0x106-2.0x1010
Stain Resistance 3.4 No effect No effect
Boiling Water Resistance 3.5 No effect No effect
High Temperature Resistance 3.6 Slight effect No effect
Wear Resistance 3.12 3000 cycles/min 3000+
Scuff Resistance 3.16 No effect No effect

Flooring Finishes

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