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Are You Watching Your Access Floor Weight?

Posted by NEHP on Sep 26, 2017 1:25:24 PM

Savings Advice for your Raised Access Floor

Hitting that happy balance of materials which cost less and meet performance requirements is an obvious goal for any enterprise. To that end, many of our blogs have demonstrated how raised access floors can improve efficiency and performance in virtually any work space while helping to cut operational costs.

There is one frequently overlooked detail however, which should not be left out of the cost equation... 

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Topics: Raised Access Flooring, raised floor systems

Why Use Raised Floor Systems?

Posted by NEHP on Aug 9, 2017 8:45:57 AM

5 Benefits of Raised Floor Systems

There are many reasons to design or retro-fit a work space with raised access flooring (RAF). 

RAF systems create value from the bottom up by overcoming the restrictions of traditional flooring and creating a work space that is highly reconfigurable, efficient, productive, safe and organized. 

Because every space is different and every design is guided by specific requirements, we decided to compose a list of 5 benefits that raised floor systems can deliver to just about any application.

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Topics: Raised Access Flooring, raised floor systems

Where To Begin Spec'ing Your Raised Floor System: Part 1

Posted by NEHP on Aug 3, 2017 11:01:53 AM

Raised Floor System Requirements

You're in the initial stages of designing a state-of-the-art industrial production facility which requires fully optimized floor space with complex utility hook-ups, large equipment capacity, safe traffic corridors, healthy air-quality standards, and efficient and organized spatial arrangements to accommodate future growth.

Smartly, you decide that a raised floor system is the answer to your design challenges. Problem solved...well, almost! 

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Topics: NEHP, Raised Access Flooring, raised floor systems