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Chipboard Encapsulated Panel


Unitile's Chipboard Encapsulated Access Floor Panel consists of engineered 600mm square modular panels constructed around a high density E1 grade chipboard core. The core is fully encapsulated with GI on all six sides in a special mechanical interlocking of the top & bottom GI tray. This double folded lock constructs into a panel that has a unique in-built stringer at the underside of each panel edge. This unique engineering exhibits fine dimensional tolerances for modular control, accurate alignment of grids & inter-changeability of panels that complies with the Euro Class requirement of EN 12825.


Corner Lock
This system is suitable for the widest variety of office applications. Each floor panel is mechanically secured to the pedestal head at all four corners ensuring maximum rigidity and lateral stability. Access to the sub-floor is simply achieved by releasing the fasteners and lifting the panel.
Gravity Lay System
Identical performance features as the Unitile Corner Lock System, used for finished floor height as low as 65mm. With this systems the range of vertical adjustment is therefore limited.
Structural Performance as per BSEN 12825
Classification Deflection Concentrated Load Kgs/ KN
Class A 2.5 mm 544 / 5.34
Class B 3.0 mm 608 / 5.96
Class C 4.0 mm 726 / 7.12
Ultimate Concentrated Load 1678 Kgs / 16.45 KN
Uniformly Distributed Load/ Sq mtr 1400 Kgs/ 13.72 KN
Pedestal Axial Load Test 22 KN (2200 kgs) Axial Load per pedestal
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Structural Performance as per BSEN 12825
Classification Deflection Concentrated Load Kgs/ KN
Class A 2.5 mm 578 / 5.67
Class B 3.0 mm 600 / 5.88
Class C 4.0 mm 728 / 7.14
Ultimate Concentrated Load 1728 Kgs / 16.94 KN
Uniformly Distributed Load/ Sq mtr 1600 Kgs/ 15.68 KN
Pedestal Axial Load Test 22 KN (2200 kgs) Axial Load per pedestal
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Access Floor Load Testing
Concentrated Load Uniform Load Ultimate Load Rolling Load Impact Load
These loads are applied on a small area on the panel surface. These loads are applied over the entire surface of the panel. These loads are reached when the panel has failed structurally and can not accept any additional load. These loads are applied by wheeled vehicles arrying loads across the floor. These loads occurs when objects are accidentally dropped on the floor.
Source: “Recommended Test Procedures for Access Floors” published by the Ceiling & Interiors Systems.
Construction Association (CISCA)
These test procedures do not set standards for test results.

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Bare
A raised floor system with bare finish does not have a surface covering. The surface of the panel will normally be steel top sheet which is epoxy powder coated. This bare finished raised floor is covered on site by the application of loose lay carpet tiles.

Applications: General Office
Carpet Shades Available
Special Finishes
We offer an unrivalled range of high quality finishes to our raised access flooring, which is perfect for your workspace and meets all your requirements efficiently. While service distribution is critical to productivity; form and style also play a key role in creating new environment. A wide assortment of exciting stone finish shades can be accommodated for enhancing the overall aesthetic appearance of your facility. Exclusive variety of top finishes gives architects and designers the freedom to create an unique look tailored to their specific projects, while still maintaining the versatility and convenience that the space offers.    

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Isometric Drawings
Corner Lock
FFH
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FFH
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65-150 mm    65-150 mm   
150-600 mm    150-600 mm   
625-750 mm    625-750 mm   
775-900 mm    775-900 mm   
925-1000 mm    925-1000 mm   
1025-1500 mm    1025-1500 mm   
Section Drawings
Corner Lock
FFH
Downloads ESRG
FFH
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65-150 mm    65-150 mm   
150-600 mm    150-600 mm   
625-750 mm    625-750 mm   
775-900 mm    775-900 mm   
925-1000 mm    925-1000 mm   
1025-1500 mm    1025-1500 mm