Porcelain is applied to superficial coverings in GAMAFLOR raised access floors because of its great variety of designs and its aesthetics benefits. It is suitable for buildings for offices or governmental ones, as well as for any other area of use. It gives an added value to the building aesthetics due to its technical characteristics: noise absorption, comfortable footstep and other relevant added values.
The aesthetics and functionality of the building will be improved with this innovative system. It is developed with a unique process in the world. It has excellent technical characteristics and durability is ensured. A ceramic raised technical floor system that generates trust given off by the POLYGROUP firm.
The building aesthetics and functionality will be improved with this innovative system. It is developed with a unique process in the world and it is normally used at any type of building. It has excellent technical characteristics and high durability for years. A porcelain raised access flooring system that generates trust given off by the POLYGROUP firm.
GAMAFLOR FULL STEEL PORCELAIN raised floor system has the highest heavy-load capacity thanks to its steel core injected with lightened cement. Its 600x600 mm floor tiles consist of a thermoforming steel bottom sheet with 64 concave holes electronically welded to a smooth top steel sheet and a strengthening edge trim.
The 10 mm porcelain flooring thickness is directly assembled at our production centres through a thermo-fusion process between the core (steel-cement) and the porcelain stone. During the assembling process an acoustic membrane that absorbs the irregularities from the bottom part of the porcelain is used, this way a suspension for a comfortable and stable footstep is created. This element has great acoustic characteristics absorbing noise impacts and footsteps.
Due to the use of these inert materials combination, the best fire-rated ranking is obtained, A1 UNE EN-13501. It is a 0% humidity absorption system, easy to clean and to maintain. The lack of stringer perimeter at the tile provides it with a better and unusual aesthetics protecting the colour of the flooring during its useful life time.
The panels of this raised floor system are in-layed into a steel structure the height of which can be regulated to the most suitable ranging. The structure is made of pedestals and screwed-in stringers providing solidity to the system in the event of lateral movements or even earthquakes. This method for tile fixation allows for full panel independence.