Raised access flooring
Raised access floors are modular floors composed of panels supported by a height-regulated metallic pedestal. Between the base of the floor and the inferior surface of the raised floor is a free technical space named plenum for the installation of any technical infrastructure.
The panels, being identical, facilitate their interchange, guaranteeing both accessibility from any point in the installation, and flexibility, allowing for the mobility of spaces, pedestals and future modifications of the installations.
The main advantage of this type of flooring is that general installation material such as electrical wiring, pipes, air conditioning, etc. can be stored below them. Although the raised access flooring brand ‘Intercell’ is not height-regulated it offers the advantage of accommodating all the infrastructures using a minimal space.