Mezzanine Floor – Storage

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Mezzanine Floor – Storage & Office

Mezzanine floors are constructed independently of the existing building making them fully demountable for reuse; they can be either single tier structure or multi-tier structures dependant on the application. Designed to BS 5950 1:5, BS6399 and to all current Building Regulations.

With space at a premium, a mezzanine floor is the most cost effective solution for increasing storage capacity, freeing up valuable production space and raising or extending existing office areas.

Mezzanine floors can be designed to take loads from 3.5Kn/m2 (office loading) to 15 Kn/m2 (heavy machinery). Constructed using square hollow section columns sat on the existing ground floor slab, universal beams bolted to the top of the columns with secondary ‘C’ section galvanised purlins cleated between. A choice of decking is added to form the floor of the structure, 38mm heavy duty particle board is used in most applications but other finishes can be used such as flat plate steel, chequer plate or open steel grating.

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Mezzanine Floor – Storage & Office

Mezzanine floors are constructed independently of the existing building making them fully demountable for reuse; they can be either single tier structure or multi-tier structures dependant on the application. Designed to BS 5950 1:5, BS6399 and to all current Building Regulations.

With space at a premium, a mezzanine floor is the most cost effective solution for increasing storage capacity, freeing up valuable production space and raising or extending existing office areas.

Mezzanine floors can be designed to take loads from 3.5Kn/m2 (office loading) to 15 Kn/m2 (heavy machinery). Constructed using square hollow section columns sat on the existing ground floor slab, universal beams bolted to the top of the columns with secondary ‘C’ section galvanised purlins cleated between. A choice of decking is added to form the floor of the structure, 38mm heavy duty particle board is used in most applications but other finishes can be used such as flat plate steel, chequer plate or open steel grating.

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