In spite of this, the first thing that comes to mind when we hear the phrase steel anti-static raised floors is steel anti-static raised floors. In point of fact, calcium sulphate raised floors can also be utilized in other types of high-grade rooms, such as computer rooms, telecommunication rooms, server rooms, and data centers. Even further, one calcium sulphate raised floor can support up to one million pounds of weight. Raised floors are becoming increasingly common in a variety of settings, including data centers, compute Because of what we learned about it in high school chemistry, CaSO4 is probably the first thing that comes to most of our minds when we think of calcium sulfate. In point of fact, the calcium sulphate raised floors that we have are not the same as the CaSO4 floors. So, what exactly is the output of our raised floors that are made of calcium sulfate? The process by which an encapsulated calcium sulfate raised floor is produced After combining the natural gypsum, plant fiber, pulp, and any number of other components in a ratio that has been predetermined, the mixture should be thoroughly stirred. After being stirred, the raw materials are put through a pressing process, which results in the formation of the calcium sulfate base material. The calcium sulfate board needs to be stored in a room that has a consistent temperature and humidity level in order for it to be properly maintained. The curing process typically takes about a week and a half to finish. Dry the calcium sulphate board for approximately 30 to 40 hours using hot air in an oven that has been preheated to temperatures between 80 and 100 degrees Celsius. It is recommended that you preheat the oven to a temperature of between 80 and 100 degrees Celsius. The calcium sulfate board has developed a structure that is stable after it has been dried, and the size of the board can now be processed. Procedures such as planning, trimming, sanding, slotting, and drilling should be carried out in the appropriate order. Made of upper steel plate Built with lower steel plate as the primary material Veneer Make it work Calcium sulfate was used in the construction of the raised floor's composition. Encapsulated calcium sulphate raised floors can be either 500 millimeters by 500 millimeters or 600 millimeters by 600 millimeters in size, and their thickness can be either 25 millimeters or 30 millimeters. This panel is constructed as a sandwich, with calcium sulphate board serving as the middle layer, galvanizing steel serving as the top and bottom layers, and the steel being riveted on all four sides. The dimensions of these raised floors can range from 500 PVC edge trims are used to protect the sides on all four sides of the anti-static access floor that is made of calcium sulfate. Naturally, we also carry ABS edging in our inventory. The anti-static raised floor pedestals that is made of calcium sulfate can have the thickness that the customer specifies. The thicknesses that are standard range from 28mm to 36mm. Galvanizing steel sheet is pasted on the bottom. The top is covered with anti-static coverings that I introduced inIn addition, ABS edges do not make use of adhesive; their thickness is significantly greater than that of PVC edges; as a result, ABS's resistance to temperature can be significantly greater. Adhesion to calcium sulphate board is significantly improved as a result of this. Identifiable Traits Veneers, such as HPL, PVC, and porcelain, are installed on top of a calcium sulfate anti-static raised floor. These veneers have a high level of resistance to wear and tear. Because each of the surfaces has excellent wear resistance, the calcium sulfate access floor panels also possesses excellent wear resistance. As a result, calcium sulfate raised floors are appropriate for use in public places such as control rooms, computer labs in schools, and office buildings. Calcium sulfate anti-static flooring can also be used in locations with high load-bearing requirements, and the cost of installing it is significantly lower in comparison to the cost of installing steel flooring. The bottoms of the feet have a pleasant sensation. In comparison to the steel floor, the calcium sulfate floor possesses superior levels of both elasticity and impact resistance. Natural gypsum, which is the primary component of the base material of a calcium sulfate anti-static floor and does not contain any radioactive elements, formaldehyde, benzene, or any other harmful substances, is the primary component of a calcium sulfate anti-static floor. 100% natural and kind to the surrounding ecosystem. Calcium sulfate is the material used to make this floor. An increasing number of people are selecting to decorate their floors with this material because it is beneficial to the environment and has a low impact on it. Strong performance in the flames Calcium sulfate anti-static raised floor has a high degree of fire resistance because the raw materials that are used to make it are difficult to ignite. This gives the finished product a strong performance in the flames.