A steam kettle is provided below a false floor of the base part (4).
The false floor is attached to the upper end of the lower housing.
Attached in a rectilinear pattern to the base plates (14) are stand-offs (18), which support floor panels forming the raised or false floor (which in turn are typically covered with carpet tile).
To form a false floor, the tile is placed on pedestals located under each corner of the tile.
Services such as electricity, telephone and computer cables may be laid in the false floor cavities.
The raised floor tile is designed to match the load rating of other floor tiles to become an integral part of the elevated floor assembly.
A raised flooring system and methods of forming components of such a system are disclosed.
A raised floor air handling system (60) for use in a building that is used in combination with and set into an elevated floor assembly (64) that is mounted on a principal floor (68) of a building so as to provide an air plenum (67) between the two floors.
The invention provides a subfloor for supporting a covering floor, comprising a layer of resilient material provided with a liquid-tight coating as well as with cross cuts extending up to the coating.
The invention furthermore provides a method for using such a subfloor.
The present invention provides a panel for an elevated floor.
The invention provides a free access floor for a passenger bridge.
A rotary irradiation device which secures a maximum access floor, reduces a noise made when forming the access floor, and operates stably by a simple structure.
A flooring apparatus (A) for adjusting and supporting the floor surface of a pool (1) or the like to and at an arbitrary height.
A flooring system comprises a base (1) which is placed on a subfloor.
An access floor system comprises a plurality of floor panels 1 and associated support pedestals 2.
An under-floor cable support system comprising a first set of one or more free-standing cable stands positioned on a sub-floor and movable independent of the floor-supporting pedestals.
As a floor-covering, the material may be poured in place onto a suitable sub-flooring.
Second, the pre-molded inserts (21) are placed on and affixed to the sub-flooring in a predetermined arrangement.
The fire suppression device dispenses fire suppression material the electrical components in the subfloor space.
An electrical system (500) is positioned beneath an access floor (30) and includes a number of access floor modules (502) for providing electrical power locations for energizing electrical devices.
A system and method for forming an area rug (10) using at least one replaceable wear surface (14) positioned on a floor or subfloor (24).