06 ACTA Raised Floors

  1. What is it possible to house in the void gap?

    One of the main advantages of raised floors is the creation of a gap between the foot plan and the footing. This gap can be used to house cables and pipes (hydraulic, electrical cabling, air-conditioning, safety systems, PC networks, etc) or it can be left void allowing for a better insulation of the area or in the case of a specific raise of the floor proves necessary.

  2. Why is Atlas Concorde porcelain stoneware more convenient to use than other materials?

    The use of Atlas Concorde porcelain stoneware as surface covering of raised floors is the guarantee of excellent technical performance and refined aesthetic appeal. Compared to other materials, Atlas Concorde porcelain stoneware proves highly performing. In fact, it resists to foot-tread, wear, thermal shock, dirt, the floor is easy to clean and has a unique aesthetics.

  3. What are the advantages of the calcium sulphate support compared to the chipboard one?

    The panels with a mineral-based core are suitable for projects that need to bear heavy loads, venues that require a greater resistance to fire or where sound-absorption is a determining factor.

  4. Can it be used for outdoor applications?

    Of course. Atlas Concorde designs structural solutions suitable for the creation of raised floors for outdoor areas such as terraces, parks, gardens, pathways, swimming pool edges, patios, etc.

  5. Which are the available sizes?

    Atlas Concorde raised floors for indoor use are characterised by modular panels available in 4 different sizes: 45×90 cm, 30×60 cm, 60×60 cm and 60 x120 cm

  6. What is the maximum height that a raised floor can reach?

    The load-bearing structures of Atlas Concorde raised floors allow for the creation of floors at different raises, from a minimum of 12mm up to more than 1 meter.

  7. Are all surface finishes suitable for this use?

    Atlas Concorde raised floors can be carried out using any type of surface finish. According to style and use needs, you can freely choose from across a wide range of Atlas Concorde surface finishes, from matt-satin, honed up to the polished finish.

  8. Can slim thickness slabs be used for raised floors?

    Atlas Concorde raised floors can count on a broad range of surface finishes in porcelain stoneware of various sizes and thicknesses. Linea slim thickness series by Atlas Concorde are not part of Atlas Concorde product offer for raised floors.

  9. Are there any necessary precautions when cleaning raised floors?

    Thanks to their surface covering in Atlas Concorde porcelain stoneware, raised floors can be easily cleaned and sanitized by vacuum-cleaning or using a wet and rinsed cloth. Moreover, Atlas Concorde recommends avoiding the presence of large amounts of water on the surface and on the edge of the panels that, if absorbed, could damage the floor.