Atlas Concorde raised floors are made up of a panel system including:
• Load-bearing structure;
• Core of the modular panels;
• Surface cladding.

LOAD-BEARING STRUCTURE

The quality of a raised floor much depends on the performance and features of its load-bearing structure, the essential element of the entire system. It must combine tremendous strength and excellent flexibility, therefore Atlas Concorde uses a modular structure entirely made up of galvanised steel and consisting of adjustable supports joined by cross-beams. The supports are adjustable to different raises (therefore different foot plans) within the same room and can compensate any imperfection of the substrate. All the elements of the structure are then finished with gaskets allowing for the improvement of the stability and acoustic comfort of the system. The modular panels are installed onto this structure.

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