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Rhino Cross Pedestal

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Published by Charles Vidal on 3/22/2018

Manufacturer : Weavepact

The cross pedestal is a component of the raised floors. Rhino Raised Access Floors have been specifically designed to cater for the demands and flexibility required by today's highly technological bu...

The cross pedestal is a component of the raised floors. Rhino Raised Access Floors have been specifically designed to cater for the demands and flexibility required by today's highly technological business environment and is manufactured to CISCA, MOB, and BSEN Standards. Raised access floor comprises of load bearing floor panels laid in a horizontal grid supported by adjustable vertical pedestals to provide an under floor space for the housing and distribution of M & E services. The floor panels are designed to allow quick access to the under floor services. Raised access floor is used to provide a means of creating a void below floor level which is capable of ensuring under floor services are available at the required place. These services will typically include the following: Electrical power, data, telecom, environmental control/air conditioning, fire detection and suppression, security, water and drainage. The use of a raised access floor will allow quick and easy access to these services for maintenance reasons. Also in today's office, the layout has to be modified to cater for changing requirements brought about by new technology, new personnel or new tenants to a building.

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